SEO is an evolving science. While some of the core principles will presumably stick around forever, the nuanced aspects of it are subject to continuous change. And as a result, many of the "proven" tactics people have used in the past -- keyword stuffing, link schemes, etc. -- are now stuff of legend.

Unless your organization benefits from having a dedicated SEO person who can work on this stuff day-in, day-out, keeping up with the latest changes in the world of SEO can be a struggle.



We all have different personalities, different wants and needs, different experiences that shape us, and different ways of dealing with things.

If a coworker interrupts someone in a meeting to share her exciting idea, one person might respond by shrugging it off, while another person might lash out. Still another might stay silent, but let it ruin their whole day.

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