Nexorank: stay well away from this ‘international SEO agency’

Misinformation from Nexorank as published on Linkedin
Just doing a little experiment with SEO. Nexorank has a couple dozen entries in Google for a search for its name. They say on Linkedin:

Exciting news for businesses striving to boost their online presence! 🚀 We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with SEO expert Jack Yan. 🔍 With his proven track record of skyrocketing companies to the top of search engine results, we’re confident this collaboration will revolutionize your digital strategy. 💼💡

They know this is a lie, since I commented to tell them so, and rather than remove their post out of embarrassment, they deleted my comment. So let’s see how good my SEO really is, since I’m supposedly an expert, according to all the BS from Semrush users. Will this post wind up high in Google when someone searches for Nexorank?

Kids, don’t blame me. If Linkedin had any ethics and removed your post, we wouldn’t be here right now. And if you had any ethics and removed your post, we wouldn’t be here right now.

The digital marketer in México who doubled-down when I pointed out his post was false is very, very lucky. (He’s the one who replaced one lie with another, and blocked me from seeing it, since he was using Medium.) Had his post stayed up, this would have been my next tactic, since he has a distinctive trading name, too. Fortunately, Medium has ethics and deletes misinformation, and the co-founder of the Medium-based site to which he posted saw things my way.

If Google wants more drivel to index to keep people on its site for longer, then I suppose it has succeeded—but no one has inspired more BS than Semrush on this topic. I’m astonished people use that software based on this one case alone. How many other people has Semrush done this to?

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