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10 Commandments of SEO [INFOGRAPHIC] #MattCuttsMoses

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Most of us in the SEO community abide by these commandments set forth by Matt Cutts and the Google Webspam Team. However, time and again our internet marketing agency has to educate our clients and prospects about our SEO services and the right way to build quality links. So if you’re a beginner or if you need an entertaining way to teach your clients and/or prospects about some SEO basics then this is the infographic for you! Please have a read and feel free to like, share, use #MattCuttsMoses and give our infographic some social love. You can even include this infographic on your own site with the embed code found at the end of this post!

Enjoy: The 10 Commandments of SEO

There will always be SEOs who try to trick Google’s algorithm, but Google is always on the hunt to penalize dirty tactics. Despite the Google algorithm updates, many people still use these sneaky tactics in hopes of bettering their rankings. Black hat techniques will eventually catch up with you. So heed this words of wisdom:

Plain Text Version: The Ten Commandments of SEO

Thou Shalt Not:

  1. Have an Unnatural Link Profile

  1. Cloak and Use Hidden Text

  1. Steal / Duplicate Content

  1. Spin Content

  1. Stuff Keywords

  1. Spam Google Maps

  1. Create Microsites

  1. Sell links

  1. Go Overboard on Ads

  1. Create multiple websites to rank for the same business

Follow these commandments and you’ll thrive with each algorithm update!

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Feel free to pin it, like, share it, or embed it on your own website or blog. A very big thanks to Rajesh Balakrishnan, Praseet Arimbra and Saumya Venugopal for their fantastic design!

Post By Steve Toth (119 Posts)

Steve is an industry recognized SEO expert who has been published in Moz. He is an audiophile and loves all things internet marketing. Steve enjoys working on the conceptual side of SEO.


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