SEO myths have always been in existence. Since SEO became big business and all these new SEO companies started sprouting their roots, they’ve all had to find a ‘USP’ to win over their customers, and for me, that’s where a lot of these silly myths have come from.
Not all SEO myths are silly though. Some of them simply stem from ‘old’ SEO techniques which were actually true at the time, but are no longer. The world of SEO has moved on, Google has become wise to the cowboys out there, so a lot of the old-hat techniques achieve nothing any longer.
One of my favourite blogs comes from a company called Hubspot, who offer a CRM service amongst other things. I don’t actually have any services from them, but I subscribe to their blog because it is really informative and to the point, without trying to be too fancy.
Their latest blog posts talks about SEO myths, and it was so good that it made me want to pass it on to you, there is a link to download the full PDF article at the bottom of this post, but first I wanted to give you my own spin on it…