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Lisa Barone gives an excellent rebuttal to advice given by Robert Scoble to small businesses to ignore SEO.
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from adamdince 1707 Days ago #
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Great post Rae! It's obvious Scoble has no clue. @adamdince



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from pageoneresults 1707 Days ago #
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Robert Scoble says...



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from Sugarrae 1707 Days ago #
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The Robert Scoble post was written by Lisa... but yeah, she did a bang up job... :)



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from pageoneresults 1707 Days ago #
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Robert Scoble aka @scobleizer

These Latest Comments are a prime area for Name Based Optimization like this. If you preface each comment with the appropriate text, it's like a shot of NOS. I know that and I haven't even been active for a while. Remember the pageoneresults says... episodes? :)



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from Inchoo 1707 Days ago #
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SEO didn't evolve into marketing as this post suggest, rather marketers started doing SEO. Which means traditional "on-site" SEO is not nearly good enough to fight with marketers.


SEO is dieing as a profession and there's nothing you can do about it.



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from username1 removed by request 1706 Days ago #
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I read Roberts post and frankly found the the overall idea he was presenting about SEO doesn't matter anymore to be quite ridiculous. As long as the are SERPs there will be a need for SEO. Also i find it quite laughable the implications that old school SEOs are not able to adapt to change. *phew*



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from joehall 1706 Days ago #
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Who is Robert Scoble?



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from IncrediBILL 1703 Days ago #
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Why do you bother writing about Scoble as all it does is fuel his popularity.

I don't read Scoble, never have, never cared too, just see others bitching about him which is enough of a turn off all on it's own.

Don't feed the beast and the beast goes away and dies.



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