In episode #1260, we share our take on how SEO will change in the next ten years. Imagine being able to search by simply thinking about it – this is the direction Neuralink seems to be taking consumer experience in the next decade. Tune in to hear why we believe partnerships between different countries and tech companies will become increasingly important.
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:25] Today’s topic: Seven Ways SEO Will Change in the Next Decade.
- [01:19] Why SEO is not going anywhere as long as humans and robots exist.
- [01:50] How Neuralink is changing the playing field on the human-computer connection.
- [02:29] How search options and devices will expand in the next decade.
- [03:11] Smart home devices like Alexa becoming even smarter and more developed.
- [03:48] Search is going to become a remarketing game.
- [05:02] The opportunity to boost SEO by translating content into other languages.
- [05:46] Keeping in mind that while the US is the superpower today, it might change.
- [06:02] Why video is going to be the future of content.
- [07:14] The countries that will become more powerful and why partnerships will increase.
- [07:57] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information.
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