Did SEO practitioners ruin the internet? A story in The Verge has some SEO'ers up in arms after a spicy headline suggested they might be responsible for an increasingly poor Google Search experience.Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
- The Verge published "The people who ruined the internet" about the world of SEO marketers.
- The SEO community, including people interviewed for the article, were not pleased. At all.
Are your Google search results increasingly irrelevant — worthless, even? Blame "the people who ruined the internet," a recent story in The Verge suggests. Those would be the SEO gurus, who perhaps unsurprisingly aren't taking kindly to the headline.
I never thought I'd say these words, but, friends: The SEO drama is spicy.
The Verge article, written by Amanda Chicago Lewis, is 8,000 words and starts with an anecdote about attending a search-engine optimization industry event that featured a live alligator. It seeks to answer a question many of us have thought: Why does it seem like Google search sucks now?
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