SEO can be stressful at times but it can be fun too. We all could use a laugh every once in a while so I present to you below SEO funnies from the twitterverse below. They range anywhere from chuckle-worthy to hilarious on the SEO humor meter.
They are organized by topics and you can click on the topic you want to jump down to below:
If you know of any other funny SEO tweets, let me know in the comments and I'll add them to this page.
SEO Successes and Failures:
SEO's successfully getting through a Core Update: pic.twitter.com/PUR5HnBAZC— Martin MacDonald (@searchmartin) September 26, 2019
Me: got lots to get done this morning. Let me go and quickly check in on Google Analytics and then I'll get all my tasks done right after.— Matthew Howells-Barby (@matthewbarby) May 3, 2019
3 hours later: down a black hole in GA and haven't even begun anything else.
How's everyone's "The March 12, 2019 Google Core Algorithm Update" reversal going? pic.twitter.com/CVLlZWGkCB— Tom Rayner (@tjprayner) March 27, 2019
Only 1 week to come up with excuses for why your January SEO numbers are below the goals you set 3 months ago. Feel free to use one of these— WTFSEO (@WTFSEO) January 27, 2020
1. Something to do with favicons
2. Google arbitrarily changing everything
3. Lazy, slow developers
4. Mercury being in retrograde
I was going to save this growth hack for the ebook, but if you also send it to your dad, you've just increased your traffic by 100% #boom 🤜💥🤛— Mark Porter (@markcporter) March 21, 2019
Onsite (or Offline) Optimization:
Keyword Stuffing, the offline version 😂🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/PrtcdldzAW— Martin MacDonald (@searchmartin) January 10, 2019
Some solid SEO copy here... pic.twitter.com/aFdsTSiDzm— Richard Shove (@RichardShove) May 22, 2019
Me compiling a stunning and intelligent technical SEO strategy— Izzi Smith (@izzionfire) November 29, 2019
Me realising there are no dev resources available pic.twitter.com/6BULGeZRte
When the new site goes live with no redirects: pic.twitter.com/GFu909Xa2L— Lord of the SERPs (@LordOfTheSERPs) December 10, 2019
Disallow: * pic.twitter.com/Y3FerumPmW— Jamie Alberico (@Jammer_Volts) February 12, 2019
Breaking: Google announces that they didn't say "Simon says" when they told everyone to use rel=next/prev for pagination— WTFSEO (@WTFSEO) March 21, 2019
I just won. My daughter said there’s a 101 a 202 and 303 (freeway) is there a 404? I replied “it’s not found” I laughed. She was confused. Dad wins.— Matt Siltala (@Matt_Siltala) December 13, 2019
Google does not use <p> and <div> tags for indexing. You should remove them all from your website immediately.— WTFSEO (@WTFSEO) March 22, 2019
Backlinks https://t.co/WlDxejpoCF— Martin MacDonald (@searchmartin) July 18, 2019
"I've added your link" pic.twitter.com/VbmpdZvfXv— Joe Lycett (@iamrofe) June 4, 2019
Potential Client: Can you help us?— uosʎᗡ sıɹɥƆ (@ChrisLDyson) September 3, 2019
World Class SEO Consultant: pic.twitter.com/gwK9CdYd2H
This has to be where all those SEO Ninjas come from. pic.twitter.com/eFt64ogixW— Matt Lacuesta (@MattLacuesta) July 10, 2019
I made an SEO meme. pic.twitter.com/lH6ndyUWZA— The Millennial Shrug 🤷🏽♂️ (@LukeDavisSEO) October 29, 2019
I had a dream last night that the Google index suddenly became "full". Index space became a highly prized possession and companies fought in wars over any available resources causing some kind of dystopian future led by SEOs.— Izzi Smith (@izzionfire) December 30, 2019
Clearly, I need a life :D
This is my new favorite answer box... pic.twitter.com/LlEIdNPuBg— Greg Gifford (@GregGifford) June 18, 2019
Google Yesterday: "Freshness matters for Featured Snippets!!"— Martin MacDonald (@searchmartin) August 2, 2019
Google Today: pic.twitter.com/Iu9jh801cY
Question I found mining PAAs for Moz -- "How do I uninstall the latest Google update?" -- I got bad news for you, kid.— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) March 19, 2019
BREAKING: google launches the ERNIE algorithm to randomly insert one irrelevant off topic website into all BERT search results.— WTFSEO (@WTFSEO) October 25, 2019
Time to pay the yearly tax, on being an SEO: pic.twitter.com/UEzNJv5oC4— Martin MacDonald (@searchmartin) August 15, 2019
This car must rank well! pic.twitter.com/YCAlhzIubQ— Dan Shure (@dan_shure) April 30, 2019
In the middle of my insomnia last night, I put this together for the Screaming Frog team. I'd forgotten about it until now.— Tom Rayner (@tjprayner) February 28, 2019
I'm now off to think about what I'm doing with my life.
Enjoy. And, sorry @screamingfrog pic.twitter.com/q0EtCNxETF
Been thinking of SEO jokes. Here’s my best attempt so far. How does @screamingfrog get home after a night out? ... He crawls.— Tom Crewe (@TomCrewe) April 17, 2019
I think I'm gonna stick with my gut on this one Grammarly... pic.twitter.com/Q2QUNNL0XQ— Kane Jamison 🍍 (@KaneJamison) February 19, 2019
Why did the SEO expert cross the road?— Andrew and Pete 🙊🙈 #TeamATOMIC (@AndrewAndPete) January 3, 2019
To get hit with traffic 🚗
You. Are. Welcome
How many sit-ups should we be doing for the core update?— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) June 3, 2019
SEO myths that need to die:— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) May 9, 2019
(1) You can't spell "ranking factor" without "ring fat".
(2) Link building isn't like a building made of links. You can't live there.
(3) Al Gore Rhythm is a KC and The Sunshine Band cover band from Hyattsville.
Had a heating engineer enquire about some SEO work, he wanted to arrange a time to set up a call.— Joe Lycett (@iamrofe) December 3, 2019
I told him I'd call between 9am and 5pm
Boyd Norwood has been doing SEO and digital marketing since 2004. He loves playing ping pong, basketball, tennis, hiking, and doing puzzles.