SES Live: SEO is Dead. Long live SEO!

Aug 17, 2011 • 7:40 pm | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under SES 2011 San Francisco
 

Below is live coverage of the SEO is Dead. Long live SEO! panel from the SES San Francisco 2011 conference. This coverage is provided by Ben Pfeiffer at RankSmart.

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    Comments:

    Don Platon

    08/18/2011 02:00 am

    Thank you! This was a very good thread... social media continues to influence

    mary ann

    08/18/2011 06:52 am

    I dont think social media will kill seo. As long as their are many people searching, SEO will remain.

    Megan

    08/18/2011 12:27 pm

    the good thing about seo is that its actually playing with the keywords and u can do it as much as u can.    about social its generally creating hell lot of users and followers but u can't optimize it as u do with SEO. well both merged can be better.

    SEO 4 Recruitment

    08/18/2011 12:55 pm

    Interesting stuff... but saying Social Media will kill SEO is crazy talk. As long as there are search engines, there will be SEO. If Facebook ruled and Google wasn't around, how would I quickly find all my local lock-smiths or 24hr plumbers at 3am? 

    Simon Stafferton

    08/18/2011 12:58 pm

    Interesting stuff... but saying Social Media will kill SEO is crazy talk. As long as there are search engines, there will be SEO. If Facebook ruled and Google wasn't around, how would I quickly find all my local lock-smiths or 24hr plumbers at 3am?  (that last post was me with wrong/new twitter account!)

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