Let's discuss. If you are interesed and have some good ideas about it then come and share your Views .......I am waiting. You can tell about SEO if you know.
Good SEO....All depends upon the person capability .....
My niche here at Hubpages is Internet marketing and SEO. I offer many helpful tips which have worked for me and still do. Everyday I learn more and I write about it.
Search Engine Advertising Works.
The basic of SEO is content. Using Keywords to writing quality content will get you out their. I grow my blog to over 1000 unique visit per page in less than 4 months with good content writing among other SEM, but quality content is the most important.
SEO = Quality backlinks + Quality Original Content + K
Where, K ==> misc ranking factors.
It does if you know the misc. ranking factors.
Personally after a decade in the business I would say the greatest benefit to your SEO expperise is simply experience. After a while you naturally know how to write for SEO.
SEO is not just about writing, it is about how you structure your website and marketing policy
Thanks but can you tell me for new person what are the scenarios to be good Search engine optimizer
Keep waiting buddy, keep waiting. Or just for a change you can actually make an effort and start searching the forums, hubs and internet. Then you may learn something.
Another thing that is not a part of SEO but almost equally important is patience.
Follow the link given below to see a few ideas of getting backlinks easily.
Go to the source. Start by learning how a search engine works.
People who claim all you need is back links have no real idea what they are doing.
if you were going to pick only one factor to focus on after selectimg your keywords or target phrase...backlinks w/ anchor text would be it.
A very cool historic document you linked to for sure..but its over a decade old there have been a lot of monumental changes ...wouldnt really call that "the source" änymore ...matt cutts blog and the google webmaster forums are more likely sources...and thats only if you play 100% by the rules
Excellent link MikeNV . For those who do not know Google was originally called "Backrub" when it was first run out of a college dorm room. Later from a friends garage before it became the huge multi billion dollar corporation of today.
Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page are the founders of Google. So this article is definitely from the horses mouth.
and download their Massive Traffic 101 - full video
It'll take 10mns to download and explains a lot. Well worth it. And it's free.
TKA is a good resource
I also like 30DayChallenge
shoemoney has a free course also
Thanks a lot all of you guies.
I think this discussion help me a lot.
Search Engine Optimization is a continuing process of gaining higher rankings on the search engines and a higher page rank for your website. All the previous comments each add one more facet to the entirety of SEO.
Effective SEO will take 3 to 6 months before you see measurable results, and then the growth can be exponential. No one thing is SEO. Good 'white hat' SEO is a combination of backlinks, keywords, article submission, content, videos, blogging, forum comments, social networking, list building and more.
I am agree with @mikekage. SEO is a continous process. We works to get the site top on google and Google is changing day by day. So we also change our strategies.
Updating ourself and work hard with only Ethical SEO is the long term key successful SEO.
Any ethical measure that gets you good ranking or traffic is good seo. Ways are many but objective is same for all. Isn't it?
I have a 4.5 experience of Search Engine optimization and i have new techniques and tricks from Forums. i have learned a lot from forums so i was doing forum posting regularly.
SEO is hyper dynamic in nature and you need to come up with a custom strategy for each web site depending upon a lot of factors like competition in that niche, competitors strength, web site architecture, website online visibility, website branding etc. You can promote web site using organic (on-page and off-page), PPC, SMO strategies.
Before dong any such activity, you need to have 100% clarity about your client objectives, only then you can be able to hit your goal. I don't think it will make logical sense if any of us will be mentioning just the list of activities that can be done. Let us take out any case study then we can discuss what should be done.... Folks... what's your take on it?
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