Google is slowly chocking endmyopia into complete search-irrelevance. Actually went to look at the chart after a little chat with Laurens.
It’s really just … a tiny bit depressing.
This is what digital impendinng demise looks like, kittehz.
Question now is whether it’s honestly worth bothering putting in a ton of extra work with other ways to reach people. Like getting on more podcasts, connecting with other health and related content sources, doing whatever people do when they actually have a financial incentive to promote stuff.
I’ve talked to dozens of SEO people and agencies, all of whom will gladly take $5,000-$10,000 a month for some “maybe who knows let’s see” results. My gut feeling is that’d be a proper waste of resources.
Dp we really have a financial incentive to put in more time and resources? (not compared to Jakey trading on some juicy volatile markets, we sure don’t)
Do we have some kind of saintly, help-teh-world incentive? (hey, don’t look at me for that one, not without a lot of help anyway)
Is mainstream optometry going to win this one, shrug off endmyopia like another tiny pesky little fleeting bug?
Starting to look like a pretty solid MAYBE.
(Thoughts and feedback and whatnot, always appreciated - marketing and Internet stuff really isn’t my arena and I just don’t quite have whatever the thing is that makes somebody truly care to pursue that type of challenge. It’d be a shame to sink to the bottom of the Internet ocean, at least that’s my obviously biased thought.)