Bozboz Presents SEO 101 - A quick history of SEO

Bozboz
29 June 2020

In our new series of knowledge bombs, the Bozboz team will be sharing some of the ins and outs of their digital disciplines. From basic concepts to advanced strategy, we've got you covered.

This week, to kick off our new series, Bozboz marketing guru and SEO specialist Tim takes us on a guided tour of the history of search engine optimisation.

Whether you're an alt-tag apprentice or the master of meta, there's something here for every skillset. In this insightful video, Tim looks at where SEO has come from, Google's rise to dominance and the ever-changing conundrum of algorithms. "Sigh" those pesky algorithms...

Check out the video below, subscribe to our Youtube channel (to be the first to know when a new video is out) and keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook for updates.

Haven't got time to watch the video or just prefer a good old fashioned long-read? No problem. Check out our accompanying blog post: The Many Twists and Turns in a Storied History of SEO.

Not sure whether your site is optimised properly? Don’t worry, we can help. Drop us a message or give us a call on 01273 727 581. We’d love to hear from you.

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