One of the greatest myths that we creatives would like to believe is that it is not really necessary to play the SEO Game, but allow me to remind you of how great that myth actually is.
In preparing for my upcoming Free Blogging Events, I decided that I needed to put some teeth into what I already knew to be true. I searched to see exactly how many searches are performed each day on Google. The number of responses to that query was enormous. I’ll begin with this response from STACY LIBERATORE FOR DAILYMAIL.COM, June 27, 2016, Here
What happens in an internet second:
54,907 Google searches,
125,406 YouTube video views
2,501,018 emails sent
729 photos to Instagram
2,177 calls made via Skype
20,000 people on Facebook and five more open an account in one second
About 46.1% of the world is online, which is about 3.4 billion people
In 1998, Google was only serving 10,000 search queries each day.
Yesterday, I posted the results of a recent Census report showing how much money is being made on the Internet, as of 2016:
During the FIRST QUARTER of 2016, $92.8 billion was earned as a result of the e-commerce.
The only way to make money on the Internet is to be found, and Google is the key to being found.
I have posted several times about using Google’s Keyword Search Tools to be found online and about the importance of Blogging to help accomplish that task. To help understand how to use Google Keyword Planning, check this post Here
©Jacki Kellum August 14, 2016