SEO Proverbs

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Unlocking the Power of Ancient Chinese Wisdom: New Insights for SEO with Google, Bing, and Baidu

Traditional Chinese Proverbs - and what they teach us about SEO

Welcome to our weekly series of newly interpreted ancient Chinese proverbs from Confucius, Sun Tzu, or Laozi, with a focus on applying their wisdom to the world of Chinese SEO for Google, Bing, and Baidu. Each week, we'll explore the rich and insightful sayings of the past and unlock their secrets to success in today's digital landscape. Whether you're looking to improve your website's visibility or elevate your online presence, these proverbs offer a unique perspective that can help you achieve your goals. So, sit back, relax, and join us as we delve into the world of Chinese proverbs and SEO.

三人行必有我师焉,择其善者而从之,其不善者而改之

sān rénxíng bì yǒu wǒ shī yān, zé qí shàn zhě ér cóng zhī, qí bùshàn zhě ér gǎi zhī

The one who knows shame is strong.

Confucius

For the modern SEO professional, this proverb emphasizes the importance of humility and continuous learning. Just as Confucius believed that there is always something to learn from those around us, successful SEO professionals recognize the value of seeking out advice, insights, and expertise from a variety of sources. By approaching every situation with a learner's mindset and actively seeking out mentorship and guidance from more experienced professionals, SEO professionals can expand their knowledge and improve their skills. The second part of the proverb, 'Choose the good and follow it, and choose the bad and change it,' also highlights the importance of self-reflection and a willingness to adapt and grow. By critically evaluating their own performance and seeking out feedback from others, SEO professionals can identify areas for improvement and make changes in order to optimize their strategy. In this way, recognizing our own limitations and committing to continuous learning can be a source of strength, empowering us to grow and improve in our work.


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A Promise from Kun Tang, Founder and CEO of Jademond / Jadegital

Kun Tang, Founder and CEO

The Chinese Culture holds great wisdom in form of quotes from wise men like Laotzi, Suntzu an Confucius but also from many today unknown people. Often (not always) transfering the essence of these sayings makes great sense even to modern technologies and marketing techniques such as SEO for China.

 

But I promise that our SEO experts are also up-to-date when it comes to modern techniques and SEO strategies. Want to test us? Get in touch!