“Content is king” is probably one of the most overused SEO quotes that you could still be using today. Although it is indeed a timeless quote with a principle that holds true until now, there’s absolutely nothing wrong in looking for fresh ideas, either.
Here, we will take a look at the top 60+ quotations about SEO of 2020/2019 that will inspire you to run your business.
SEO Quotes of 2020/2019 to Inspire You in Running Your Business
As you may already know, SEO involves a series of techniques which aim to improve a website’s search engine rankings. In today’s business environment where almost all information should be available at the flick of the mouse or a swipe on the screen, it’s quite difficult for entrepreneurs to survive without establishing an online presence.
Unlike paid search ads, SEO aims to getting traffic from free, natural, or organic search results. The goal is to make your website appear on top of the search results list of all the major search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. These search engines rank text, videos, and local listings from websites based on what they think is most relevant to users. The higher the ranking your website gets, the more traffic will be generated – and this is usually where content optimization and other SEO techniques come in.
Now, if you are looking for new ideas and inspiration on how to optimize your business’ website for the search engines, check out our SEO quotes of 2020 by the top SEOs and Internet Experts:
Tim Soulo @ Ahrefs.com
The best link building strategy is to create something awesome and let everyone know about it. Click to tweet
Tim Soulo is the head of marketing at Ahrefs – a well known toolset for SEOs and online marketing specialists. You can get more cool marketing tips from him on his personal blog called BloggerJet.
Sam Hurley @ Optim-Eyez.co.uk
SEO? Don’t chase your tail. Google’s clever. Build REAL relationships on Social Media & see links naturally pour in! It worked for me… Click to tweet
Sam Hurley is a lateral-thinking, #1 ranked digital marketer and Founder of OPTIM-EYEZ – the exciting new place to be for those looking to speedily grow their business and personal brand.
Kulwant Nagi @ BloggingCage.com
SEO is all about creative link building by finding the sources where normal link building experts cannot reach. Click to tweet
Kulwant Nagi is a professional blogger, affiliate marketer and a creative writer. His creative writing and guidance encourages newbies to create and run their own blogs. In addition to that, he also provides affiliate marketing tips on his blog.
Warren Whitlock @ WarrenWhitlock.com
Warren Whitlock is a digital business development strategist. He is also known for hosting the show, Social Media Radio and speaking frequently about online publicity, online marketing, social media marketing and link building. His contribution in Digital Marketing is marvelous. In the year 2013, the Forbes magazine listed his name on Top 10 Social Media Power Influencers of 2013.
Muhammad Ismail @ BloggingDesk.com
The future of SEO is quality content, timeroid technique, social media networking and relative sharing, which will help Google to better understand when and where to rank. Click to tweet
Muhammad Ismail is a Professional Blogger, Speaker, U.S Alumni, Graduated from IMSciences, Peshawar. His Aim is to help individuals in starting their online career by instilling the skills and passion of Blogging.
Umesh Singh @ CuriousBlogger.com
Write for your audience, not only for the search engine. Search Engine doesn’t buy your product, audience does. Click to tweet
Umesh Singh is a digital marketing strategist and a Curious Blogger. He loves to explore new things and write about blogging, content marketing, social media, and SEO. He helps small companies to grow their business through web.
Ryan Biddulph @ BloggingFromParadise.com
Good SEO is paying attention to all the details that most bloggers ignore. From using the Yoast plug in, to writing for people, to creating thorough resources linking out to trusted sites and linking in to evergreen, relevant content, do what others refuse to do to rank for semi-competitive and even competitive keywords. Spend an extra 1-3 hours to publish an SEO-optimized post. The returns from a targeted traffic, community and brand-building perspective are astounding. Click to tweet
Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who’s been featured on Richard Branson’s Virgin Blog, Forbes and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon to help you with your most painful blogging mistakes. If you’re struggling with your blog Ryan shares smart blogging tips and 1 free eBook every Friday for his email subscribers at Blogging From Paradise.
Tuhin Adhikary @ SerpDaddy.com
If you are spending a lot for link building, stop it now. Try to reach people and build a relationship, you will never worry about backlink again. Click to tweet
Tuhin Adhikary is the founder of SerpDaddy.com . Expert in Internet Marketing campaigns, specialized in Organic SEO, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Social Media Marketing. Since he discovered the endless flow of money going through the internet he started making money since 2010. His new goal is sharing information, helping people to make money and change their lifestyle.
Ali Raza @ AliRaza.co
SEO is all about user experience and presentation. We often forget who is our eventual visitor, it’s not google, it’s your visitor, it’s your user, make him happy, Google will make you happy. Remember, SEO strategies come and go but this one is going to stay! Click to tweet
Ali Raza, is a Google and Bing Certified Advertising Professional and Digital Marketing Blogger. Checkout his blog for more insights on Online Industry.
Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’ @ PVAriel.com
The best strategy to enhance your SEO rank is building trust-based relationships, with the influencers, on high ranking sites. All that is really needed is your ability to deliver creative, value add, constructive comments on their Blog posts. Written from the heart. Click to tweet
Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’ of Philipscom, a freelance writer, blogger and editor from Kerala, India. Now based at Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
Ashley Faulkes @ MadLemmings.com
If you want to make Google your slave then you have to stop thinking like an SEO and trying to game the system. Instead, I suggest keeping it simple: Create the best content on a given topic. Optimize it for your keywords. And promote it like a man possessed. Click to tweet
Ashley is obsessed with SEO and WordPress. He is also the founder of Mad Lemmings. When he is not busy helping clients get higher on Google he can be found doing crazy sports in the Swiss Alps (or eating too much chocolate – a habit he is trying to break).
Louie Luc @ BuzzNitrous.com
Google is evolving into thinking more and more like humans do. This is great for two main reasons: a) When you’re writing for people you’ll be also writing for Google; b) If you help your visitors by answering their questions or by offering a solution to their problems, it will make your site become a more reputable resource that people will appreciate and, thus, so will Google. Point being: write and optimize for people, you’ll gain Google’s love too. Click to tweet
Louie Luc is a full-time online marketer and SEO expert who likes experimenting new tactics and sharing his results and knowledge on his IM blog, Buzz Nitrous.
Joshua Ballard @ ParadoxMarketing.com
The only SERP metric that a brand marketer cares about is branded search volume. An SEO marketer cares about all relevant organic keyword positions. The same goal, from two different perspectives. Click to tweet
Joshua Ballard is the founder of Paradox Marketing SEO and Inbound Marketing Agency in Adelaide (Paradox Marketing). With a background in working as an in house marketer with multiple portfolios, he understands that any keyword ranking is only as good as its ability to bring the desired traffic.
He has seen firsthand the value that a high level of branded search can bring towards other ranking signals. At the end of the day, a Brand marketer’s job is to make people think of a brand before they look for a solution to their need or desire. Whilst an SEO Marketer’s job is to introduce the brand in response to a search for the answer to user’s needs or desire.
Both marketers are looking to have their brand in prime position during a buyer’s decision making journey.
Hernan Vazquez @ SemanticMastery.com
As Google becomes more and more a pay to play space (like any other free source of traffic), we as SEOs need to evolve. From linkbuilding to actual interaction, from rankings to sales and conversions, from keywords to great content and virality. SEOs need to be so much more that they were back in 2005. Which is a great thing for the industry!. Click to tweet
Hernan Vazquez is an entrepreneur, SEO and Digital Marketing expert who focus on bringing results to clients and students by reseraching and applying the latest Marketing and Sales Funnels techniques that work. He’s the Co-host of Humpday Hangouts, a live and open SEO Live Q&A, which takes place every Wednesday at 4 PM EST. He’s also big into helping other fellow marketers and entrepreneurs through his YouTube channel, where he uploads techniques to increase revenue, get more customers and grow subscribers and fan bases.
Jan Koch @ WP Mastery.xyz
WordPress makes on-site SEO so simple. Just follow the guidance a plugin like Yoast SEO or other plugins give you, make sure your site is loading fast and is responsive for mobile devices. The guided on-site SEO combined with link building tactics should help you build a good amount of organic traffic over time. Click to tweet
Jan is the WordPress mentor for online entrepreneurs. He helps business owners and bloggers use WordPress to build and grow their business online. On his website WP Mastery he offers a free WordPress Checklist for Entrepreneurs for download.
Jordan Kasteler @ JordanKasteler.com
If you don’t know the user intent behind the keywords you’re optimizing for then you’re doing it wrong. Also, if you are optimizing for keywords vs the needs of the user then you’re doing it wrong. Click to tweet
Jordan Kasteler is a freelance marketing consultant, entrepreneur. Passionately innovating status quo. He has a history of entrepreneurship co-founding and serving positions in such companies as BlueGlass Interactive, an Internet marketing agency. His work experience ranges from in-house SEO at Overstock.com, marketing strategy at PETA, and to agency-level SEO. Jordan is also an international conference speaker, blogger, and book author of A to Z: Social Media Marketing.
Karl Kangur @ MonetizePros.com
When it comes to analyzing your competition, you should only look at the top 10 sites. There’s no point in looking at site #19 because you’re not trying to get to #18. Click to tweet
Karl Kangur runs the biggest website monetization resource, MonetizePros.com. There you can find in-depth tutorials about blogging, monetization, display advertising and super useful tools such as their media kit generator.
Tim Felmingham @ TimFelmingham.com
Traditional on-page SEO is largely dead. Google has got much better at working out what a page is about, and deciding which page best answers a user’s question, to the point where these once-important cues are now redundant. It’s been said for years, but now it’s really true — the best way to get top rankings is simply to provide the best answer to a user’s search query. Nothing else works anymore. Click to tweet
Tim Felmingham is an industry veteran, writing about Internet Marketing Tips at timfelmingham.com, and about Passive Income ideas at passively.io.
Vladimir Gendelman @ CompanyFolders.com
Because efforts continue to make the web more mobile friendly, mobile-first indexing will become more relevant. In this case optimizing your content for mobile means your mobile version will be considered the primary version of your website when previously, the desktop version was considered the primary version. Click to tweet
Vladimir Gendelamn is a thought leader in print design and digital marketing, and has published a variety of articles in major publications, including Forbes and Time.
Muhammad Ahmad @ MeetAhmad.com
SEO is not about search Engine Optimization, it’s all about User-Experience Optimization! Click to tweet
Muhammad Ahmad is the youngest SEO Expert from Pakistan, a Graphic designer, and a writer. Working from living room since 2012!
Minuca Elena @ MinucaElena.com
When a site links to your blog or a post you’ve written, Google sees it as a recommendation to their readers, like a vote of confidence. Write great content that helps your audience, guest post on other blogs, feature in roundups and you will get lots of backlinks. These will increase your ranking in Google’s searches and your domain authority. Click to tweet
Minuca creates influencer roundups that provide quality content, bring huge traffic, and help bloggers connect with influencers. You can find her at her blog, MinucaElena.com.
Nahid Hassan @ Bizcope.com
Nahid Hasan is an SEO and Internet Marketing Consultant. He is running an SEO and Internet Marketing firm Bizcope since 2010. He along with his team helps online businesses to succeed in a competitive environment by increasing their online presence. He loves to work with SME.
In addition to providing consultation and service he is also an affiliate marketer in various affiliate marketing platform like Amazon. Right now he is working to establish a BPO firm in Bangladesh.
He loves to visit different geographical locations and to taste different foods. He prefers creative work more than the hard-work. You can learn more about him in his personal blog nahidhasan.com or subscribe to his newly launched youtube channel.
Kevin Indig @ Linkedin.com/KevinIndig
Good SEO starts with the ability to implement it. You can have the best content and technical optimization, but if it takes you one year to roll out changes, the battle is lost. Click to tweet
Kevin Indig is an organic search optimizer and digital marketer, currently as director of SEO @ Dailymotion in Silicon Valley. He has an extensive SEO consulting background in Europe and the US, with brands such as Atlassian, Samsung, Bosch, eBay, LTUR, Super RTL, Columbia Sportswear, Homes.com, Payback, XING and UBS. After living and working in Germany, he decided to move to the Silicon Valley in 2014.
Sean Si @ SEO-Hacker.net
SEO is all about the daily hustle. Build good links. Write content that people and search engines care about and love. Check your technical stuff (there’s a lot now). Engage people. Manage your communities. Build more links. Do this. Every. Damn. Day. Click to tweet
Sean Si is the CEO and Founder of SEO Hacker and Qeryz. A start-up, data analysis and urgency junkie who spends his time inspiring young entrepreneurs through talks and seminars. Check out his personal blog where he writes about starting up two companies and life in general.
Nafisul Islam @ Linkedin.com/Nafisul-Islam
Its all about caring for your audience and thus having them build your authority for you. Google will start caring about your ranking by itself as you help provide users with the best results. Click to tweet
Nafisul Islam is a Young SEO Expert who fell in love with the Online Marketing Industry the day they met. Nafis is well known for simplifying SEO for beginners by making it fun and decipherable. After quitting his SEO service currently he is not working with any Online Marketing company as he is getting ready to start his own company with a handful number of creative members who have been brought up by him. He believes anyone can flourish with his online business if he can add the value to his contents that a searcher thrusts for. Then it gets a lot easier for him to build his authority as users start liking, sharing and linking to his useful contents! So curation of great contents is what a webmaster should focus primarily on and most importantly to achieve rankings!
Nikolay Stoyanov @ NikSto.com
Don’t just build links, build real relationships! Approach every link building opportunity as if this is a new friendship – with respect, patience and always give first and before you ask for something in return. This is the future of white hat SEO. Click to tweet
Nikolay Stoyanov is a well-known Bulgarian SEO expert, founder of niksto.com, with over 8 years of SEO experience. He’s a huge fan of Brian Dean and a proud graduate of his SEO That Works online course. He practices 100% white hat SEO techniques and has a vast experience in keyword research, on-page optimization, SEO auditing and link building. Nikolay enjoys learning new things, making new friendships and improving his skills all the time.
Erik Emanuelli @ NoPassiveIncome.com
Problogger, freelance writer and social media marketer. I own several websites, based on different business models.
John Vanderlaan @ JVanderlaan.com
What if all of those websites that were hit with Google algorithm updates had just focused on creating high quality, valuable content for their readers instead of focusing on unnatural link building to mediocre content? Imagine where they would be today. Click to tweet
John Vanderlaan is a blogger and internet marketer with a passion for helping others. He loves SEO and the thrill of finding his work ranked in the top 5 of Google search results. You can follow him at jvanderlaan.com
Atish Ranjan @ TechTricksWorld.com
Both Google and Audience love content, so think only Outstanding Content. And, SEO will be done automatically! Click to tweet
Atish Ranjan has been blogging since 2010, and he created many blogs, and recently started a forum, https://24x7forum.com to help people with issues. He is now a full-time blogger and marketer.
Anh Nguyen @ BloggingThing.com
SEO is all about understanding your audience through what they type into Google’s search bar, then solving their problems in a way that they can’t help but to repay your kindness. Click to tweet
Anh Nguyen is the founder of Bloggingthing, a space that supports bloggers’ growth. He’s also a minimalist who’s crazy about design and content quality.
Naveen Kumar @ F5TheRefresh.com
Naveen Kumar is Digital Marketer by Profession and a Blogger by Passion. He is working as Digital Marketer in a Web Development Firm, called JoomDev. After his job he manages time to write about SEO, Tech and Other stuff on his blogs. He primarily blog at F5 The Refresh.
Dennis Seymour @ LeapFroggr.com
Dennis is the co-founder of LeapFroggr and is currently running SeriousMD, an EMR/EHR platform that connects doctors to their patients. Join him on Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat @denseymour
He sees that SEO takes time and by setting up your site from the very beginning with SEO in mind, you won’t have to think about most of it ever again and that speeds up your results instead of doing the onpage SEO setup later on and getting results much later on. Just set it up once and do it right. Reaps the rewards earlier.
Ahfaz Ahmed @ AhfazAhmed.net
SEO is not just about the search engines. It’s about the people who search on the search engines. Click to tweet
Ahfaz Ahmed is a blogger who loves to write about blogging and internet marketing. With his blog, he helps people grow their website traffic. He takes on a step-by-step approach in his articles and is obsessed with extremely detailed content.
Nina Baumann @ Linkspiel.de
Only a user-centered strategy is future-oriented. That is exactly what search engines want: Get the user the best search results. If it is useless for the user, it is useless for your business. Instead of trying to be smarter than the algorithm: Focus even more on creating awesome and useful content for your customers. Click to tweet
Nina Baumann is an SEO expert, online entrepreneur and founder of her own SEO agency, Linkspiel. She has more than 10 years of experience in field. She is focusing on consulting international companies and well known brands regarding their SEO and Link Building strategies.
Manidipa Bhaumik @ WPBlogging360.com
SEO is like building your reputation in the society. It’s not a one day job, rather, takes some significant time and patience to see the results. And when built properly, you can enjoy the fruits for the days to come. Click to tweet
Manidipa Bhaumik is an avid blogger who writes about WordPress Blogging, SEO & Passive Income Ways at WPBlogging360 & technology hacks at TechListz. Along with her online engagements, books & road trips are her other fascinations.
Mi Muba @ BeAMoneyBlogger.com
Without proper SEO, online content are not different from offline publications where one has to sell the contents by roaming in streets. Click to tweet
Mi Muba has been in the field of blogging for the last six years. Working for several blogs as ghost blogger and successfully managing his own green blog, now he on Be A Money Blogger advises newbie bloggers to earn money with their blog by following a perfect strategy.
Ivan Bayross @ Digital-Marketing-Training-Mumbai.com
I say, just de-focus from applying SEO processes to any website content. Instead, focus sharply on producing superb content. Make real sure it adds measurable value to site visitors. Google will do an excellent job of finding your content and delivering it to the most appropriate seekers.Let Google do what its excellent at doing. You focus on what you are excellent at doing. Let’s not cross into one another’s territory. No matter how tempting that may sound or what all the SEO Guru’s say. Click to tweet
Ivan Bayross is a Digital Marketing evangelist. He has spent 19+ years, multiplying income streamed from the Internet for client’s using creative digital marketing strategies.
The reason he jumps out of bed in the morning, and often stay awake at night effortlessly, is because he’s totally curious about whether he can push up a client’s income by another 1% to 3%.
Digital Marketing, inspires, and defines him. he teaches digital marketing at a few MBA schools. The enthusiasm and curiosity of the students, and their thirst for all things digital marketing, that keeps him fresh, keeps him alive.
Bob Jones @ BobJones.co
Before you start spending any money on SEO, look at your website and make sure you are confident that it will convert the traffic which you hope to gain from SEO. Too many times I’ve seen people generate traffic only to lose it again because their website was terrible, which in turn left a bad impression on first time visitors.Unless you have a product or service they need and can only get from you, you need to make sure you clean up your house before you start inviting guests. Click to tweet
Bob Jones is working as Digital Marketing consultant for over 12 years. He has contributed to the rise of many websites, businesses and projects. Even brands like MOZ, Huffington Post and SearchEngineJournal has published his work.
Evan Derek @ Vebblabbs.com
SEO isn’t a programming of codes, it isn’t shortcut to being a millionaire, it isn’t tricks and tips either, it’s logic, pure and simple logic. Click to tweet
Evan is a 19year old Blogger and Affiliate Marketer with 8years of experience in the industry. (Yeah, started when he was 11, that’s a good calculation). From being broke, unable to afford education, to making it five figures/month in the industry, he has seen it all.
Russell Lobo @ RussellLobo.com
Keep on learning. Learn from each success and learn from each mistake. The best thing of Internet Marketing is that it offers you unlimited potential and as long as you keep learning you will keep succeeding. Click to tweet
Russell Lobo is a serial entreprenuer and niche site owner who blogs and shares the case studies of his niche sites. He has 6 years experience working full time online and is a full time niche site owner. Among his recent successes, he has written 1,000 posts in one month and have ranked on Page 1 for a 33,000 search volume keyword in less than two months. He took a site from $0 to $1,000 in three months.
Gabriella Sannino @ Level343.com
Communication is the new currency. No matter how much optimization you do to a site, you have to keep the human element in mind. You are communicating a message to your reader, visitor, client, customer, advocate, whatever; the message is NOT to the search engines. Click to tweet
Gabriella Sannino is an International SEO consultant. Her passion is to write about marketing, SEO, and social. She believes in starting revolutions. When Gabriella is not multitasking around Level 343, she prefers to sneak away and sailing.
Robin Khokhar @ TrickyEnough.com
SEO is long term game. It needs hard work, consistency, smartness, and most importantly patience. Click to tweet
Robin khokhar is the founder of Tricky Enough, a blog where you can find all about Blogging and SEO. He is good at the search engine and search marketing issues.
Patrick Hathaway @ URLProfiler.com
Here is a repeatable content strategy for any niche: Talk to your customers; find out what their goals are, what inspires them, and the things they struggle with the most. Then write about these things. Click to tweet
Patrick Hathaway is a director of URL Profiler, a tool that helps SEOs collect masses of data, on demand.
Donna Merrill @ DonnaMerrillTribe.com
Never optimize your site for the Search Engines. Optimize for the “Best Reader Experience,” which, coincidentally, is the same bottom line goal of all Search Engines. Click to tweet
Donna Merrill is a pro blogger who focuses on improving the lives of her readers, subscribers and clients. She shows people how to blog effectively, and how to operate a successful online business.
Patrick Coombe @ Elite-Stategies.com
Patrick Coombe is a blogger and CEO of SEO agency Elite Strategies: a family owned agency since 2009. He is a published author having written a book on on-page SEO optimization and guests blogs throughout the SEO community.
Tadeusz Szewczyk @ Onreact.com
You have to be popular for real, in real life and this popularity has to be reflected online. Google can’t ignore you when people love you. They are responsible for the search quality. It’s not your job to build a website for Google. They have to find you. Click to tweet
Iftekhar Ahmed @ IftiSEO.com
Iftekhar Ahmed is an SEO analyst, he is also the owner of IftiSEO.com, he writes on his blog on internet marketing related topics like SEO, Online Earning and Blogging.
Tom Hunt @ TomHunt.io
Don’t build links… Build friendships. As, when you do this… the links will come in abundance, alongside you happiness AND business success Click to tweet
Tom Hunt is a TEDx Speaker, Dragon’s Den Failure And Founder of AskTina: an AI Assistant that helps entrepreneurs grow their business whilst saving time for what matters. Tom also shares his best online business building techniques with all the legends that sign up on tomhunt.io.
Anuradha Chawla @ DHost.com
Trust is the Number one SEO ranking factor. Gain Trust from your readers(via contributing excellent content) and search engines will follow the suit. Click to tweet
Anuradha is the co-founder of DHost.com, a website specially designed for Web Hosting Shoppers who are looking for effective tips for blogging and reliable hosting reviews. She had a Bachelor in Electronics & Communication Engineering and developed the interest in web hosting and search engine optimization. Anuradha has been in web hosting industry for four years. She loves engaging on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. In her free time, she loves eating new foods, reading books and spend time with her family.
Lesly Federici @ PowerAffilateClub.com
Personally, the best SEO tactic is not optimizing a website to be found, but optimizing social media engagement (SME) to attract fans and followers. They’re the ones who’ll impact your presence online the most… Click to tweet
Lesly Federici is a Registered Nurse (RN) turned Community, Affiliate Marketer. She is CEO/Publisher of PAC (Power Affiliate Club). She’s known as the “Artistic Affiliate” and the “Do It” Mentor where she motivates people to get those dusty projects done. She also mentors in enhancing blogging skills and online presence using SME (Social Media Engagement) in creative ways. Lesly believes the greatest opportunities in life are self-generated – there are no limits to what one can accomplish. Visit Lesly at http
James Reynolds @ SEOSherpa.com
You may know James James Reynolds for hosting the show Traffic Jam Podcast. But he is also the owner of Veravo, an international SEO firm. In his free time he mentors SMEs. Even he has contributed in the journey of Entrepreneur Magazine.
Pawan Diwakar @ BloggingNuts.com
SEO seems simple listening and uttering, yes it is simple but only once you start getting its basic rules.It will not come in a day but gets better over time. Click to tweet
Owner and founder of Blogging Nuts. His passion is to solve blog related problems that startups are facing these days. When his is not blogging, you can find him twitting and posting about football and rock music.
Moosa Hemani @ SETalks.com
SEO is much more than just rankings and traffic it’s a complete marketing process, from bringing in the right visitors to converting them into brand advocates. You can’t just pick one part of the process and expect your business to shine. Click to tweet
Moosa Hemani is a founder of SEtalks.com, an Inbound Marketing agency with clients from different parts of the world. Moosa is also a marketing blogger and often writes on websites like Business.com, Moz.com, SEJ, SEMRush.com, Small Business Can and more.
Abhishek Jain @ RustyBlogger.com
If you are not on the first page of Google, then your SEO plan badly needs experiment. Click to tweet
Abhishek Jain is Blogger, Digital Marketer and Speaker who blogs on Rusty Blogger about Blogging, SEO, Domain Name Investment and Make Money Online.
Saurabh Tiwari @ AllDigiTrends.net
An SEO analyst by profession and blogger by passion, founder of ALL DIGITAL TRENDS and Techibhai. I love to interact with minded blogger and write about SEO, Web design, Development trick and much more.
David Leonhardt @ SEO-Writer.ca
David Leonhardt runs the Happy Guy Marketing, a Canadian agency providing both writing and online promotion services.
Nikhil Saini @ MyQuickIdea.com
Nikhil Saini is a full time blogger, and content writer. He creates guides to educate people about different aspects of the blogging. He believes that blogging is the powerful way to bring expected changes in life and chasing dreams.
David Schneider @ NinjaOutreach.com
Don’t underestimate user experience. Remember that traffic is the aggregate sum of all the individual people visiting your site. Click to tweet
David Schneider is the cofounder of NinjaOutreach, an innovative new Blogger Outreach software for marketers. He writes about business and entrepreneurship and enjoys travel.
Ravinder Dande@ Blogail.com
Not a Search Engine, but the User who visits your website decides the ranking position. If you give them the best of your work, then they will crown you with the top ranking. It’s like to give and take, that is what the customer and seller do. Click to tweet
He is a professional blogger, Internet marketer and an SEO analyst. He got to know about blogging in 2014 and started his journey in 2015. He is good at ranking blogs, that’s what he likes the most. Love to share strategies that work with his readers. Blogging on Blogail.com about blogging, SEO and social media.
Sue Bride @ Sueblimely.com
Write well thought out, thoroughly researched, and topic focused content, aimed at providing value to the audience you need. Further maximize user experience with well laid out content, relevant headings and images. Use an SEO plugin to help with the basics, a headline analyser, and a thesaurus to find synonyms to vary the main keywords. Click to tweet
Sue Bride is a long time blogger, with 10+ years experience, who concentrates on helping online marketers with blogging and social media. Ranging from mindset, and resources, to image creation, her aim is “to put all the pieces together” for readers to learn how to develop a complete digital experience for their own customers and clients.
Shubhanshi Aggarwal @ GrowWithWeb.com
To make search engines fall in love with your website, try to please your audience first, because search engines are also trying to do the same. Click to tweet
Shubhanshi is a digital marketing enthusiast and a blogger at GrowWithWeb.com. She loves to learn and share new tactics of generating leads and building brand awareness online. She is also helping several businesses to grow online.
Gareth Daine @ GarethDaine.com
Gareth Daine is a content marketer, SEO and content promotion evangelist. He specialises in content promotion and traffic generation strategies that help bring high-quality, qualified traffic on demand.
Gurunath Nakka @ BloggingDock.com
Gurunath Nakka, Founder at BloggingDock blog.
Great quotes, aren’t they?
Our experts just summarized the SEO age we live in, and their inspirational words have given us a huge push to walk on the right track, the track of 2020/2019’s SEO. We have read here quotes on the quality content, user experience, onpage SEO, link earning, online presense, social engagement, and building relationships. That is all about how it is done in 2020.
I would like to take this opprotunity to thank all the experts who accepted to be part of this post, and special thanks goes to these awesome friends: Nikolay Stoyanov, Minuca Elina, Philip Ariel, and Nafisul Islam, who participated and introduced me to others who are willing to participate. I hope I haven’t forgotten anyone.
Now, with all these 60+ SEO quotes in 2020/2019 as inspiration, how are you planning to boost your website’s online presence?