Whether artificial intelligence has made the SEO industry better or worse

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  As Google turns to artificial intelligence to power its flagship search engine business, is the SEO industry in the dust?

  Traditional testing and measurement methods are out of date, and industry insiders are scrambling to learn something new -- something more advanced than some of their backgrounds usually allow.

  The truth is that even Google engineers have a hard time explaining how Google works.

  Given that, will ai make the SEO industry better or worse?

  Has the previously understood algorithm of Google become a “out-of-control algorithm ranking”?

  In the case of Google, hiring Sullivan should be a very interesting turn.

  Whether Google will try to reconcile the height of its new search engine based on artificial intelligence technology features, or will have more in common: to put together these new technology new technology, the highest income security and maintain Google?

  Can these new search engine modeling technologies bring a new understanding to Google?

  Will the old guard of SEO embrace these new technologies, or are they working on a cataclysmic change that has been led by engineers and data scientists rather than marketers?
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I think AI will make the SEO industry more competitive.  The competition created from the usage of AI, I believe, will be the determining factor of whether it (AI) has made the SEO industry better or worse.  Remember what is good for you is not necessarily good for me and vice versa.

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With Google turning to artificial intelligence to power its flagship search engine business, has the SEO industry been left in the dust? The old ways of testing and measuring are becoming antiquated, and industry insiders are scrambling to understand something new — something which is more advanced than their backgrounds typically permit.

The fact is, even Google engineers are having a hard time explaining how Google works anymore. With this in mind, is artificial intelligence changing the SEO industry for better or worse? And has Google’s once-understood algorithm become a “runaway algorithm?”

 

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