Power | Birth of Innovation
By Rassin Roshan, April 28, 2014 | http://www.seo-social-marketing.com.php73-39.lan3-1.websitetestlink.com
What is Innovation? The birth of an idea comes from the need of something else. Years ago in the Internet technology industry, new ideas and inventions lasted six (6) months before they went out of trend. Today, the newest idea might be already old, and the search for something new and faster is in greater demand.
50 Years Ago
Fifty years ago, people traditionally believed an inventor had to be physically mature person who studied and read many books before he or she came up with his or her genius idea. Today that is not true, it is easy to switch from one subject to another, since an idea comes from a need. The birth of Innovation appeared! It helps to have some former training in some field to implement, write and draw or to execute a genius idea.
Some people believe that search engine optimization (SEO) will be dead by the end of 2014. Others disagree. As long as the Internet exists, and other players such as Yahoo and Bing are at the playground, Google will not change their algorithm 360 degree to exclude SEO rules as a whole. Google will lose out on the milking cow!
The whole idea for Google is to make money! That is the number one concern they have. Why would they kill SEO, when it just began to flourish, and SEO has been more available to the general public today, versus 2007!
I personally remember back in 2007, there was no way for me to get my hands on any free SEO information, unlike today. Neither was there any educational classes offered at community colleges. Other outlets available were the high cost seminars placed by a handful of companies. Even then the rules were not defined as today and the rules are known as “White Hat SEO rules”.
As long as there will be a websites, there will be scripting language, and furthermore, there will be tools such as search engine optimization to simplify human use to the scripting language to ping and connect with the Internet crawlers to be indexed and, in turn, to be found by users such as you and me. Hyper Text Markup Language, HTML, was created in the late 1990s by Tim Berners-Lee. HTML4 was quite in use until in September 2012 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) proposed a stable HTML5 release.
SEO will Stay!
SEO will Stay! Those people who rumor that SEO will be obsolete by the end of 2014 might as well say bread has been around for over thousands of years and it’s time for us to discourage eating bread. They might even go so far as to say that the human race has been around for thousands of years and it is time to genetically re-engineer out own race. Perhaps all that might happen; rest assured it won’t happen by the end of 2014!