NASA does a terrible job at SEO and SEM. The urls and the title tags are unorganized. They use flash design all over their sites, the site map and and hierarchy of the site’s navigation is a search bot mess. But look at these the links, likes, and other metrics!
Do you think anSEO company made these numbers happen? How many search engine marketing tactics did NASA use to earn an amazing Domain Authority of 96/100? How much did they spend on google PPC to market this site with millions of monthly page views? My best guess is ZERO for NASA!
NASA doesn’t spend any time working on building links because they’re busy doing cool stuff, building rocket ships instead. They make space ships. When you do something so fantastic and amazing that people have to talk about it, then SEO becomes much, much easier.
Bottom line, if you are spending a majority of your time doing SEM/SEO and only a small percentage creating something useful, then you’re doing it in the wrong order.
Bottom line, if you are spending a majority of your time doing SEM/SEO and only a small percentage creating something useful, then you’re doing it in the wrong order. But, if you’re spending most of your time creating something amazing then then that little time you spend on doing SEM/SEO will be the easiest part of when promoting your business.
Let get real, being successful in SEO doesn’t mean you have to build NASA Space Ships, but you must be extremely talented and dedicated to building amazing, innovative, useful and engaging products to improve your part of the planet.
To do SEO right, build your spaceship first.