Link: The Increasing Complexity of the Organic SEO Task List for 2012 & 2013

The Increasing Complexity of the Organic SEO Task List for 2012 & 2013

One of the exciting projects we’re working on here at seOverflow is to update our site audit and ongoing SEO task lists. Since the attrition rate of old tasks isn’t anywhere near the growth rate of new tasks our new audit task list has tripled in length from the one I had a few years ago.

Although a few things have dropped off the agenda (e.g. keyword meta tags) we’re still working on things like title tags, meta descriptions, robots.txt, robots meta, header tags, alt tags attributes… and the myriad “old-school” on-page factors that have been part of our lexicon for many years.

In-fact, I can think of very few things that I used to do as part of an audit or ongoing SEO that I no longer have to do. But I can think of dozens of things that have been added, and most of them are more complex than their predecessors.

I’d like to outline a few of these things and then discuss what we can do about them. But first, let’s have a look at some of those predecessors…

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