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Given how complex SEO truly is, and how complicated and how intricate the various search algorithms are, it’s pretty reasonable for me to understand why some garbage or low quality or less than ideally matched content shows up in organic search results. I don’t blame Google or bing for these shortcomings. If any of us out here in the trenches were to pretend we could do a better job, we really would be living in fantasy land. Just ask the good people at the now defunct Cuil search engine, or the Yahoo engine that is now an advertising picture frame for bing results. … [Read more...] about QUART – The 5 SEO Super-Signals