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One term I hear quite frequently that is often ambiguous is the concept of a search "strategy."
Does the word strategy refer to how to execute particular parts of the overall campaign? Or does it refer to the sum of the different parts of the campaign? Or rather does it refer to how we are going to prioritize resources or even prioritize SEO opportunities?
Does strategy refer to how we are going to integrate organic search optimization activities with other disciplines like social media, paid search, analytics as well as all other online and offline marketing activities?
Depending on who you ask, it means all of the above.
So with so much potential confusion around the term SEO strategy, what follows is one basic approach to enterprise SEO campaigns which can really be scaled to any size organization.
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