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Top ten myths about search engine optimization

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There are a lot of people that believe search optimization is the only concept that can help them survive in the market; to a certain extent, it is true. In today’s world, the only world that can make you (or completely break you) is the virtual planet of internet. It is that digital land where every business can create its space and be known to the target audience because most of the people are now online.

You may be well-equipped with the knowledge about search optimization, but there are certain myths about search engine optimization that most of the people have in their minds regarding this concept. Let’s see some of the most popular ones:

1) Content is the only ingredient you need – No doubt a website must have amazing content to attract ‘eyefalls’ to it; but it is not the only thing that can help you prosper.

2) It doesn’t matter where you rank – Most of the SEO developers believe that ranking doesn’t matter anymore; indeed there’s no top ten list in the present time, but this does not mean that the actual visitors don’t care about it either.

3) Social media is the new hype – Of course, with all those people disclosing most of their personal lives on internet, social networking pages serve your business needs, but those aren’t the only things left under the concept of search optimization.

4) Black hat SEO can kill your page – Black Hat SEO is surely illegal and you can be banned from internet for a long time; however, there are several ways in which you can adopt the concept of black hat SEO, yet not be caught.

5) Keyword density is the only mantra – It is quite obvious that keyword density needs to be on the higher side, but this does not mean that you don’t need higher quality content and an excellently designed website.

6) Money can pull your position – Money can only make you earn nice content, it can’t pull or push you up!

7) PPC is the only option – Pay Per Click is a good option to help you, but it can’t motivate your SEO in any way. If you don’t trust me – research about it.

8) SEO is extremely expensive – There are still many entrepreneurs that believe SEO is super expensive, but there are many affordable SEO service providers.

9) It is not mandatory to explore SEO – If you think your traditional method of working is sufficient enough to suffice your business needs and you don’t need SEO, think again.

10) It is a very time consuming process – I completely agree that you need a little bit of time to see the success of search optimization, but it is not at all an extremely lengthy process.

Web Design For the Future

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Answering the question of “What will web design be like in 100 years?” is extremely difficult, as we are still in the middle of a huge technology boom. The internet has only been popular with most people for around 20 years, and there has been huge growth in the technology we use and the amount of people who use the internet hourly. We have only a little idea of what technology we are going to have in 20 years, let alone 100 years in the future. However, V Web Marketing is planning web design for the future.

The biggest question is what type of computers we are going to have in the future. We think there are going to more touch screens in use, so more website will need to become touch friendly. There is also the option of thing like Google Glass taking over the market. We believe if this happens, we are going to see simpler website designs that can read hand or eye motion to access other pages. We think the most likely thing that is going to drive web design in the future is the mobile market. This belief comes from Asian countries where people use their phones more than normal computers. A web designer has to take into account of how their website will look for the mobile user, more and more. Smart phones don’t seem like they are going to leave us any time in the future.

We could all see the death of computers as a whole. Biotech may become a reality in 20 to 50 years, depending on how the market takes the new technology. The crazy thing about this is that we would have a network of humans, instead of a network of computers. This would mean the end of web design as a whole, as we could just think up an image and send it.

Artificial intelligence web design could also become the norm. There is already a website builder that uses this technology called The Grid. The Gird removes the human aspect of the process of web design, and the coding errors that humans make. We are not sure if we would like a computer to decide what our website should look like every time a client added new content. We are also sure there are people out there that would still design their own web sites.

While the future of technology is unclear, one thing is for sure; web design needs to be able to work with any new technologies that come around the corner. We can make a lot of guesses about what may happen in 100 years with technology and web design; however, with the technology boom still happening, it is hard to know what is going to happen in the next 20 years, or even in our lifetimes. I think the most important thing to do is to work with the technology we have right now or what is about to be released, and be ready to change to meet the users’ needs as the changes with new technology occur.