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The days of SEO as a distinct, independent discipline are numbered. SEO is fast evolving into a more creative, diverse, and challenging profession. Here’s how the integration of social, branding, PR, paid search, and video is changing the SEO model.
Audrey Dalton's insight:
This blog is spot on, SEO has and must evolve to create a cohesive view of the company, it's content quality vs. quality - covers everything from branding considerations to video marketing.
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