goodroi - 3:57 pm on Jul 9, 2013 (gmt 0)
I hear many people complain that they can't figure out how to rank in Google. One method that I use to formulate my SEO strategy is to ignore what Google tells webmasters to do and instead pay more attention to what Google warns webmasters not to do.
Google tends not to waste time on ineffective SEO methods. They tend to focus on the more effective ways that manipulate their serps and endanger the integrity of them.
When was the last time Google warned webmasters to avoid meta keyword stuffing? From my perspective they don't warn about those things because they don't endanger the integrity of the serps. I do hear a good bit of warning from Google about links, so I make sure a good amount of my SEO strategy deals with links.
What method(s) do you use to formulate your SEO strategy?