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Understanding the Impact of Dwell Time on SEO by @neilpatel

Understanding the Impact of Dwell Time on SEO by @neilpatel | Google Plus and Social SEO |
Being a smart SEO is not just about geeking out on technical details. Increasingly, SEO is less of a science and more of an art — the art of understanding your users and delivering exactly the kind of content they need and want.
Neil Ferree's insight:

Read this article to understand the different between what Neil Patel defines as Dwell Time versus Time on Site (visit duration) that we see used by Alexa and SimilarWeb site scoring metrics.

View my SlideShare Deck on how I compared 10 social media marketing sites using Alexa and SimilarWeb statistics comparing these sites by:

  • US Rank
  • Total Visits
  • Page Views
  • Bounce Rate
  • Time on Site

Before reading this article, I was equating Time on Site as Dwell Time when in fact, its similar but not the same.

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The Future SEOs

The Future SEOs | Google Plus and Social SEO |

Rand Fishkin shares his take on the shift from "SEO" to "inbound marketing" and what the future holds for our industry at large. 



Via Antonino Militello, Gaurav Pandey
Neil Ferree's insight:

The Future of SEO be it Social SEO or Local SEO or Video SEO all Tactics and Techniques are in a Flux as to what is need to get REsults

David Pangione's comment, May 11, 2013 7:14 PM
I have found that there are tons and tons of strategies to SEO. Some beginners that enter are just bewildered by the amount of information they feel is needed to be learned.
Gaurav Pandey's comment, May 11, 2013 7:35 PM
Hi David, I feel it's the same for marketing, if not more overwhelming. However, going forward we will see a lot of overlap between the two roles and it's probably not going to affect those who are really good at SEO, but a lot of people with intermediate-advanced knowledge who call themselves SEO pro's will surely come under the pump as a marketing expert could acquire intermediate SEO skills if he has to.