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Saturday, October 23, 2021

Google: Basic SEO Does Not Mean Easy SEO - Search Engine Roundtable

Last updated Tuesday, October 12, 2021 07:21 ET , Source: NewsService

John Mueller of Google posted a set of posts on Twitter the other day that deserve to be highlighted around the concept of basic SEO and if that makes it easy or not. In short, just because some SEO is basic and easy to understand, it does not mean it is easy work.

John said "At its core, technical SEO is (imo) extremely "basic." The basics are critical. The advanced part is doing that at scale, and combining the elements strategically. Also, "basic" does not mean these things are easy or always obvious." He expanded on this saying that he prefers people ask the basic SEO questions than not. And also he sees basic SEO questions being asked as a sign that more people are getting into SEO.

Here are those tweets:

At its core, technical SEO is (imo) extremely "basic." The basics are critical. The advanced part is doing that at scale, and combining the elements strategically. Also, "basic" does not mean these things are easy or always obvious.

— John (@JohnMu) October 7, 2021

Also ... more "basic" questions can mean that new people are getting into SEO, which is awesome to see. More new people doing SEO means that it's still an interesting & evolving field -- and that you have room to level up (because others can do the "basics" too).

— John (@JohnMu) October 7, 2021

Sadly, in our industry, and I assume others as well, even basic principles are misunderstood and misinterpreted. So hearing the answers from the source, again and again, I think is helpful. Even if it is...



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