With worries of “over-optimization” on the minds of many SEOs right now, it’s a good time to remember that it’s long been good advice in search engine optimization never to do anything to an extreme. Cue the concept of “Goldilocks SEO,” which SEO Book introduced in the form of a good infographic fairly recently.
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