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Last month, Facebook dropped news of its latest algorithm update, and it’s making businesses a little nervous.
Every once in awhile, some thought leader in the Internet marketing industry comes out with a piece asking “Is SEO dead?” and then pronouncing it officially deceased. The articles usually claim that some other aspect of digital promotion has replaced it: social media, paid search, web design—you name it. But the truth is, SEO is like a cockroach in a nuclear apocalypse, it can’t die. Not unless Google dies, which seems unlikely in the near future.
by Ryan Rudolph
1. Snail Websites Lose The Race Every millisecond your website takes to load is another visitor you’re missing out on. If your site isn’t quick enough, your visitors are going to find what they’re looking for elsewhere. Web surfers and potential customers are very impatient. The biggest factors that impact website speed are:
How much does local SEO cost? Local SEO pricing can range from $75 to $5,000 a month, according to our own observations of our industry. A study of SEO pricing by Moz found the majority of agencies charge a monthly retainer between $1,501 and $5,000.