The world of Seo seen from the outside seems unattainable for mortals and even a kind of magic or dark science. Just a year ago, the only thing I knew about this world was the name. After hundreds of hours of learning with videos, blogs, articles and even courses I begin to know minimally how SEO really works. And if I can say something, it is that it is not an exact science and that you only really learn by practicing and testing. You can read the techniques of the best in web positioning and discover that some contradict what others say. This is because the algorithms are not really known and practically everything that is said is an assumption or an isolated test that does not have to work in another web. In addition, the google algorithm is constantly evolving, in order to offer users the best possible result for their search. So if at any time you have an interest in training in this field, you have no choice but to start reading all the information you can and put it into practice for yourself to draw your own conclusions. The best advice I can give from here, and I hope it serves the novice, is to learn first the operation of google, the terminology of the guild and then you focus on giving the user what they are looking for. If you get your website optimized for google and users get what you are looking for from your website, you have the success assured. Only with this and the relevant links according to the competition of the niche can you be sure that you will be able to position a website in the search engine. But you must take into account this last, the competition in the niche.

A niche with competence and that needs quality links can not be the goal of an SEO that starts in this world. If you find a niche with medium low competence you can get results with work and patience, but if you make a mistake choosing to give up before the difficulty. In the web that appears in my profile I describe the techniques used to position the search for raiola sends and not the panda. Seldom do the SEOS discover all their techniques, and I will write down to the smallest detail for those interested in entering into the world of positioning for google. This is a search that has a huge competition because it is an SEO contest, where the websites of great experts on the subject will be uncovered worldwide. Take the opportunity to discover the best fighting for the number one position in the most used search engine. See you at the Serps

Surely you do not know what I’m talking about when I tell you about SEO but do not worry, my goal at the end of the post is to understand how this organic web positioning works.
What is SEO?

Basically and not to liarte much, SEO is the set of techniques used by webmasters to appear at the top of Google or any other search engine.

In these search engines there are two sections, paid (SEM) and unpaid (SEO).

The first results are reserved for the sponsored web pages (SEM). That is, they pay to be the first of Google and their web positioning is not organic but paid / sponsored.

Following these results are links to unpaid web pages (SEO) that have managed to be there thanks to their SEO strategies. This type of positioning takes 70% of Google searches. Therefore it is much better and cheaper than the SEM

We will summarize, SEM is to position a website in a short time and paying while SEO is the opposite, it is slow and free.

Myth 1: The PageRank continues to exist

This is false, the Pagerank has long ceased to exist for Google and removed it from its algorithm. Now some simply still want to give a value that does not really have.

The Pagerank was a metric that Google attributed to each web page based on its authority in the network and that currently does not exist.

Myth 2: The DA is very important

This index is indicative, therefore the statement is FALSE.

Doing good SEO work will make your Domain Authority (DA) better. However, it is an index more like the UR of Ahrefs. We should not be obsessed with this kind of metrics since the set of metrics is what the global SEO work of our website indicates to us.

Myth 3: SEO has died

Neither has he died nor is he going to die.

In any case with voice searches the SEO as such will change the way it is done but it will not disappear.

Google is not interested in disappearing the organic results of their searches because they are the most accurate and so users end up using Google.

Also on the internet every day new niches appear in which to get SEO markets.

Myth 4: The nofollow links do not work

False. They serve to compensate with the dofollow.

In addition these although they do not give authority if they will give us visits so it will improve our positioning indirectly.