Remember what life was like before the internet was widespread?
What would you do if you wanted to figure out who was the head coach of the 1986 Detroit Pistons or learn about the migration habits of the European turtle dove? You had to rely on your memory (spotty, at best), ask a friend (possibly unreliable), or take a trip to your local library (does anyone know how the Dewey decimal system works?).
Now a simple Google search can provide you with the answer to virtually any question you could ever have. And one of the most popular resources for finding information of all types is Wikipedia. A community-curated encyclopedia, it has more than 56 million pages in 328 languages, most of which anyone can edit.
Well, there’s a lot to learn and a lot to benefit from with Wikipedia and SEO. Read more here courtesy of SEO Journal.