(1). A hokey, colloquial phrase intended to dissuade clients from selling out of a declining investment due to short-term market fluctuations. Clients are often puzzled as to the phrase’s meaning, leading them to take no action, which was, of course, the speaker’s intent.
(1). (v) – The mysterious art of blending the right amount of keywords with the right amount of content so that Google will rank your website highly in the SERP’s. It is truly the definition of tedium.
(2). (n) – A very sad, misunderstood individual that Matt Cutts keeps picking on.
(3). India’s chief export.
“Does anybody know what this SEO thing is? All I got from that presentation was some crap about keywords, meta tags and Google. And why did that guy keep saying, “Content is king”?”