I love Macs. You can tell from this blog, right? But, SEO on a Mac is just not feasible so far as I can tell. I’ve tried. It sucks.
So, some will probably say… you just don’t write well for the search engines. That’s might be true. There’s so much more involved than writing though and getting your geek on and tuning your site for device responsiveness and zippy downloads. It’s not ALL just content. Matt Cutts can say that all. day. long. There are other ways to:
1) get your site noticed by Google, Bing, and all the other indices out there quicker than just “waiting” to be discovered; and
2) to rank stronger and faster than will happen organically and certainly than would happen with content alone;
and it’s not going to get done with a Mac. 😦 Yes… that makes me sad to even type it.
You can create content like a fiend on a Mac. That’s what all the ads say, right? You just can’t promote it like a fiend (without using Windows emulation software anyway).
So, I’m on a crusade to prove that notion wrong. If anyone has a really good tool for SEO that’s native to the Mac (and I mean better than Kontent Machine and GSA and Scrapebox and the like) please let me know. I’d love to test it out and sing the praises of worthwhile tools. Take it to the comments folks. I’m all ears.