Each year we get new “SEO in 2019” type posts from SEO’s around the world. These usually come right at the start of the year, or at the end of the previous year, meaning a lot of them are just clickbait and are more about ‘predicting’ the future, than the actual state of play.

SEO evolves all the time. Reading one of these articles each year doesn’t make you an SEO expert, but I always look out for articles by Brian Dean of Backlinko.com. Brian talks more sense than anyone I’ve come across in the world of SEO.

First of all, Brian, if you’re reading this – thank you. The time and effort you put into your work is unreal and it reflects really well in the content. I hope you don’t mind me regurgitating your work, but you say it all far better than I would. Your work is invaluable to my clients and I.

Why am I posting my own article about this? Well because we use the work of people such as Brian and others around the world, convert it into layperson speak, and then help our clients get the most out of their website. Our SEO offering comes as a result of learning from websites like this one over the years. Looking at proof, real experiments, real findings and accurate opinions.

For years we have talked about SEO and the difference between good and bad practise. Brian’s guides are filled with the most brilliant overview of good practise in the world of search.

I’d highly recommend any clients, existing or future, to take a look at Brian’s work for a more in-depth understanding of the world of SEO in 2019.