Episode 8 | 5 Things Your SEO Forgot About

the SEO Tear Down with Scott GombarEpisode 8 | 5 Things Your SEO Forgot About

I recently wrote a blog post about the 5 Things Your SEO Forgot & Why It’s Hurting Your Business.  In that blog post I discussed what SEO providers who are not staying current with best practices may be overlooking some things, what those things are and how to correct them.

I followed up with Episode 8 of the SEO Tear Down so here you go.

The 5 Things Your SEO Forgot About

  1. Other Blogs
  2. Engagement on your blog
  3. Fast Website
  4. Other Types of Content
  5. Keyword Variations

A lot of what goes into today’s SEO best practices is a result of artificial intelligence.  RankBrain accounts for around 15% of all Google Search results (according to Google) and we can only expect this to increase.  Therefore it is imperative that we adjust our thinking when it comes to SEO best practices.  Stay ahead of the curve and be prepared when the next foot drops.  Let me know what you think.

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Scott Gombar (122 Posts)

Scott Gombar has spent over 20 years in the technology world. At the turn of the millenium he was the owner of a company that promoted and managed local musicians & artists. He often found himself creating websites and online profiles for the artists to help promote them and their performances. After leaving the music industry he worked several years in different industries where he would contribute to those company’s web presence. He also coached many people on internet assets and related topics. For seven years Scott owned and ran TechsRUs; a technology support company. No matter how many times he tried to focus on the IT side of the business he was continually pulled to helping others with their websites and social media marketing. He also learned through trial and error how to market TechsRUs using the internet, and became quite good at it. Through all his attempts he gave TechsRUs the look and feel of a large corporate IT Support company while maintaining the mentality of a local small business.


  • Great tid bits of information here Scott. I definitely like what I see! I will be back for more!

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