You know what? I have been hammering out words on various word processors since I was 2 years old. Sure, that’s a lie, but I want you to appreciate how overconfident I can be when it comes to the topic of expressing myself using combinations of letters on a screen.
The day started like any other for me. A mad dash around the house, cramming breakfast food into my face, while deciding which shirt would show the least amount of wrinkles by noon. I was running pretty close to the wire if I wanted to get to work early (on time/barely late), so there was no time to be choosy.
I jumped into my car, gave it a good 4 seconds to warm up, before speeding out of the driveway hoping to make good time. By the time I reached the first light, I was behind a Victoria transit bus, and the odds didn’t seem good.
It might be the fact that I’m high on NyQuil fighting this flu, but there, I said it! SEO is not a business strategy!
That’s not to say SEO shouldn’t form a part of your marketing strategy (it absolutely should), it’s just not a standalone strategy. Time to panic?