Need to know the difference between non-Organic and Organic SEO?

Perhaps you’ve found yourself here because you are concerned about how your SEO is being handled, and because you are concerned that spammy or dangerous techniques are being used by your SEO company that may mean trouble with Google.  Either way, this is the infographic for you.

Google algorithm updates, both Penguin and Panda, are designed to filter out and penalise thin content or spammy backlinks, and aim to rank quality, useful content most highly. This means those sites using non-organic SEO- containing automated, spammy and/or poorly written content- may suddenly find themselves victim of these updates and suddenly find they are faring less well.

Organic SEO techniques, however, like those adopted by Dubai based SEO Sherpa, can be used to provide safe, long-lasting and future Google algorithm update-proof results.

In this infographic we’ll tell you how to spot the difference between Organic and Non-Organic SEO. We’ll breakdown and list the gold standard practices that make-up Organic SEO,  and explain why it works in simple terms. We’ll also show why it makes sense to choose it over non-organic practices and explain why you may need to pay a little more for it.

Infographic explaining what organic seo means


As you’ve seen, Organic SEO marketing requires expertise, knowledge and experience at every stage. It may take a little longer to set the wheels in motion and be a little more expensive, but once the techniques are implemented then there will be far greater long-term results, without the risks associated with spammy SEO techniques.