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[SEO Is Like Pregnancy], Should Be Cared Even After Delivery

The title is like that candid buddy who talks on the face but talks honest and relevant. The intention is not obvious to rescind the celebration party; rather, it’s meant to make you smarter and to ensure you celebrate in future as well. In short, it’s to understand

that SEO is a continuous process. It’s like a never-ending soccer match. You might be leading with goal scores presently, but there is always a scope for the oppositions to score one against you as well.

Some might claim our site is driving strategy; a mere update can also do the job. They talk so under the aegis of the overwhelming Traffic to their site. However, it’s a perfect example of over-confidence. Why? Check it below.

Pregnancy is sensitive towards germs: If SEO is pregnancy, spam is its germ:

There are two ways to be successful. First, you run faster. Else, huddle the path of the one who runs faster than you. Though people falling under the second category might never be successful, they can bring a substantial loss for you. And, their number is no less. According to a renowned digital analyst, stricter Google is getting about the black-hat techniques; more creative are these technique developers are getting. They primarily target people who are simply happy with their SEO generating the traffic, or who are not careful enough about how it is performing in terms of preventing the spams.

SEO is like a post delivery case; Needs exclusive treatments of plug-ins, tools, etc

The search engine is a broad term. It has been having the platform open for all. It welcomes all strategies, and so the Google. The first thing advised is to take a close eye on the latest arrivals of the tools in the world of plug-ins. In fact, it would never be wrong to claim that the contemporary optimisation technique has gone extensively plug-in centric. Again, these plug-in games also make the scenario frequently changing the world of SEO. Changing plug-ins change the whole facade of a blog; something that Google minds most for upping the rank.

Both pregnancy and SEO should not be overloaded with extraneous treatments:

Too much of experiment with drugs post Pregnancy is not at all recommended; it can have negative effects. Coming to SEO, according to the claims of a popular tech blog, the sites continuing with minimal tweaks in terms of optimization witness about fifteen percent hike in traffic (hence the rank). On the other hand, those are continuous on this matter, enjoy more than thirty percent traffic hike.

Post-pregnancy medication is absolutely personified; SEO is very specific as well

It’s a matter of fact that the strategy of SEO is not confined within optimizing the posts, contents or tools. In contemporary times, the SEO strategies are demanded to be specific in accordance with the devices as well. Starting from the designing (responsive site in demand is a perfect example) to the targeted audience, hence, the optimization techniques, everything has to be specific and exactly aiming the concerned device.

Each case of Pregnancy is different; SEO also minds the trend going on

Last but never the least; SEO is all about following the trends. It’s like the movies, the taste for which changes with time. Those like visual contents, infographic, explanatory video contents, etc. perfectly depict the above change in taste (and trend). And, one has to be very sharp observer to understand these trends; not someone who is over confident. Here, the stringency in finding the desired outcome is obvious unless you are strategic.

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