I think the most effective things I do for SEO is using the Google Keyword Search Tool to determine my titles, keywords, and tags. Having the right terms and phrases in your articles can make your hub very popular on Google only days after publishing.
strong internal linking structure helps with your SEO.
There is a lot of things you can do to help your SEO.
Number one is on site content. Make sure your content is the best it can be and structured nicely for humans to read as well as search engines. Applying SEO to a site should make it a better user experience and making sure that it is crawl able with a good internal linking structure.
Follow up with a structured campaign to attract links and social mentions about your site and you will be well placed to do well, depending on how competitive your market is. For my own part I have a little system I follow for each site that seems to work well for me based on getting a bit of social activity and a few low level back links. Over a period you can build your own system based on what works well for you, however there are certain universal truths that you can and should use to your advantage.
Exciting, entertaining or informative content will attract links and social comment and boost your search engine performance.
Hope that helps, feel free to ask more if you need a less general answer.
I do onsite and offsite SEO. First of all i do proper keyword research to find the keywords which are estimated to send good traffic throughout the year. Then, as part of the onsite SEO, i use the keyword in the title tag, URL, H1, h2 tags. Use the keyword around 2% of times in the content. Underline, bold and italicise the keyword once. In my experience, long content pages have always done well.
Then, for offsite SEO, i do article marketing and forum promotion. The second method has served me really well in sending a lot of targeted traffic. People say if you are targeting competitive keywords, then you may have to purchase high PR links. But i never understood what PR really means.
All of the answers so far help with SEO, but I will add a few more.
The first is a cliche, but an important one. Write useful quality content. Useful content will naturally attract more traffic.
Next create a link to your page everywhere you can. Most websites you become a member of allows you to create a profile. Add a link to your page in all those profiles. Bookmark your page, Tweet you page, blog about your page, add your page to Pinterest, etc. If you comment on a blog add your address where it says website. This will create links to your website.
However, the most important part of SEO is Keyword research. Like wbapartner mentioned, using keywords that attract traffic is extremely important.
Hope that helps!
For SEO I always hire a genuine and professional SEO service provider like Higherthan Ltd. (www.higherthan.co.uk) As they are providing the best services for SEO.
SEO=ranking=revenue, So wo parts are here in SEO
1. Onpage Optimization of website
2. Off page Improvisation of the website
in on page optimisation there are some most important factor which make your website base
2. Meta Description
3. URL Structures
4. High Quality and user engagement content
5. strong interlinking
6. image Optimisation
8. user friendly Navigation
10. Micro formats
In off page optimisation:- these Activities we are following
1. Broken link building
2. Email marketing
3. Content Marketing ( Blogs and high Pr Article website like ezinearticles, Goarticles)
once you are in top, it means you achieve the milestone.
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