Marketers don’t believe what Google says publicly. Are you one of them?

In an online questionnaire, Rand Fiskin’s Sparktoro, marketers have vented their anger and frustration on Google’s guideline and ranking factors. 

The survey asked 20 questions about Google’s public statement to the marketers; from HTTPs as a factor to optimising a backlink profile. And the result shows that the majority of the marketers are either sceptical or do not believe what Google reps say in public and what it considers as in ranking factors.

Here is the most believed statement which is about content quality against quantity.

And here is the least favourite one 😉

Personally, I agree with most of them. Check out the article and see if you also believe the survey result.

I am an SEO professional, expert in both on-content and technical search engine optimisation. Besides eating, breathing and sleeping SEO, I am passionate about travelling, photography, collecting vintage mobile handsets and philately. I am also keen on financial freedom - saving, investing and passive income.

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