SEO | October 30, 2015
8 Marketing Monsters That Give us The Heebie-Jeebies
In the spirit of Halloween, we’re on a mission to eliminate marketing’s biggest behemoths. Because as much as the industry can be innovative and exciting, there are a few good-for-nothing toerags that let the side down.
Also known as a serial keyword stuffer, this trickster enjoys IP-spoofing, blog comment spamming and
other nefarious techniques. Panda and Penguin? There’s plenty more where that came from.
The Slimy Salamander is here today and gone tomorrow. They reel clients in with false promises and
flattery before slithering into the grease pool to spend their winnings.
The Jargon Jabberwocky is fluent in befuddling gobbledygook. Just listen out for the dreaded words
“clickbait”, “synergy” or “SEO-cial” and run for the hills.
What’s cooking in the Wasteful Witches’ cauldron? 500 corporate keyrings, 10 bogus campaigns, 4 frustrated copywriters and a sprinkling of junk mail. De-licious.
Everybody panic, there’s been a dip in web traffic! Everybody panic, launch day is coming! Find this
monster loudly declaring their woes to any co-worker in close range, probably sobbing, probably squeezing a stress ball.
Had enough of monstrous marketers? If you need a fast acting wizard to dispel the work of these ogres, then come hither at Liberty Marketing. Say hello @_libertydigital!
*All images are credited to Georgina Peach.