It goes without saying that the main character named Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens’ novella “A Christmas Carol” had no need for a business providing SEO Salt Lake City services. The reasons for this should be obvious to any Down Town Frame Up reader. First of all, during the time period “A Christmas Carol” takes place (i.e., 1843) the internet did not yet exist. Accordingly, there were no websites and as such there was no need to optimize the non existent content that would have been found on the non existent internet. Furthermore, the character Ebenezer Scrooge lived in London, England. Because of this, even if the internet did exist at the time and his business had a website in need of search engine optimization he would probably look to hire an SEO company located in London rather than Salt Lake City.
All that being said, let us proceed assuming that the internet did exist in London, England circa 1843 and Ebenezer Scrooge was in fact looking to hire a company providing SEO Salt Lake City services to help his business. What then? Well, the first item to consider is the answer to the question, what exactly was the product or service that Scrooge provided? The answer to this question is as murky as the fog blanketing London on the Christmas Eve in which the story takes place. His business is described as a counting house and we know that both Mr. Scrooge as well as his clerk Bob Cratchit spend the bulk of their time writing in ledgers. Conceivably, Scrooge is some kind of money lender although we never see him transacting any loans in the story itself. The ledger writing is presumably to keep track of the money loaned out but it remains unclear why this information required all the re-writing we see going on in the story.