Last updated on 20 Mei 2010 by Dani Iswara
Dirty Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has a chance to damage the user experience. Based on Web usability and accessibility point of view. SEO investment is always there. It might work. But try to manipulating that much algorithm which only Google (and other search engines) know means try to manipulating users too?
Some bloggers did optimization things to get a better ranking or position on search engine result pages (SERPs). Great ranking is equal to great content? No. Great ranking means great deal with search engines algorithm.
Some questions, should you:
- hide those links?
- put those underlined–but not hyperlinked–texts for search engines or people? There are some underlined texts. Which one is a real clickable link? Why don’t make it easier for user experience?
- use those special texts (bolding/italizing/emphasizing, headings, colorful) for machines (search engines, speech/screen readers) or humans? Hearing louder texts in every sentences because of
- provide special Web pages for search engines only and forget other human?
Which one is your choice: punished or destroyed by search engines, people, or God? :)