Infographic: SEO Predictions for 2015 (Part 2)

Infographic: What’s in store for the SEO world in 2015?

Yesterday we published our cool infographic on what top SEO experts Andy Crestodina, Ann Smarty and Eric Enge had to say about how search is evolving in 2015.

Today we bring you part 2 of our SEO predictions for 2015 infographic, featuring insights from SEO experts Aaron Wall, Bruce Clay and Aleyda Solis. Combine these tips with yesterday’s infographic and you’ve got yourself an informative how-to guide with great advice on refining your SEO strategy for 2015. Happy searching!

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