How to do SEO for my website?

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  1. nagarasapandi profile image40
    nagarasapandiposted 13 years ago

    I think SEO is the important role for our blog and website.  I just want to know, How to do my SEO for my website and I need to get some tips and tricks to improve my traffic through Search Engine Optimization.

    1. Thriller profile image60
      Thrillerposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      well if you can afford some decent seo services go for it otherwise learn about on page and off page optimization from so many hubs on SEO. Of course this will take time so have patience. All the best!

    2. jamesroy11143 profile image60
      jamesroy11143posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Yes it definitely an important part of online marketing. SEO has two parts
      1- On page Optimization:

      Make a content exactly related to your website. Use your keyword in the content. H1 heading for it, use h2 tag for inner heading.

      ALT text for all images you use, try to use optimal images. Don't put external links to your home page, make inner links properly and each page must have  index page link.

      Similarly so many thing, you can use to make optimize your website.

      2- Off page Optimization

      Article Writing and posting
      Directory Submission
      Classified Ads posting
      Social bookmarking
      Press releases distribution etc....

    3. amelcs profile image59
      amelcsposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      First search specific keywords for ur site then make good meta tags after that start off page tasks, contact me for more info


      my email id is

    4. johnnaash profile image60
      johnnaashposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      seo is a time taking process to promote your blog or websites. with various on page and offpage optimization you could get good traffic. you could track your traffic by using google webmasters tools like google analytics.. All the Best

    5. harrist profile image61
      harristposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      maybe someday you'll know how easy SEO are smile  ,
      but for this times maybe you should buy an e-book  lolz

      just kidding tongue

    6. BallisticJW profile image53
      BallisticJWposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      The basics of SEO will basically always remain the same. If you are talking about your on page SEO then here are some basic tips. They even have word press plugins to help.

      Keyword should be in the URL, TITLE TAG, META DESCRIPTION, HEADER 1, 2, and 3 in the post, ALT TAG IN IMAGE, and should be used throughout the post for a keyword density of around 2.5%.

      Keyword should be in the first and last sentence, and you should have at least one bold,italics, and underlined keyword through out the post. Post should be at least 400 words and should never be over 1000 (you can make a another post of page with that information and have something else that can rank/interlinking posts)

      You should usually link to another related page on the web, (an authority on what you are writing on) and you don't have to give them you anchored text url.

      SEOmoz is a great place for beginners to learn more about SEO.

    7. profile image53
      jurich1210posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      :@ nagarasapandi if you want to gain more traffic on Google crawler just start doing blog commenting on relevant blogs...You will definitely get more benefit rather than previous one....

  2. willjackson profile image58
    willjacksonposted 13 years ago

    well you could do a basic SEO work for your own there are site that shows how to do basic SEO work.

  3. johnorton profile image60
    johnortonposted 13 years ago

    read article from SEOMOZ or read Jagadeesh Mohan Kumar Nambiar's blog and knol. All basics of seo you can easily read from these sources or you can take services of any good seo company.

  4. deancortez044 profile image36
    deancortez044posted 13 years ago

    The first step in SEO is doing your keyword research and understanding the importance of using the right keywords. If you just blindly write articles and hubs and randomly come up with titles, you are not going to achieve good rankings. They've got be targeted, hopefully in a sub-niche that does not have a tremendous amount of competition.

  5. BDRLondon profile image61
    BDRLondonposted 13 years ago

    There are so many places online where you can learn about SEO. I recommend start off with your keyword research. When you have your keywords you can then do your onsite optimisation to reflect your target keywords. Make sure your website is search engine friendly then start building quality links and your rankins will improve.

  6. profile image52
    DBriere48posted 13 years ago

    Everything starts with keyword research. Find long tailed (3-5 words long) keywords and be specific. There are plenty of tools out there that will give you search volumes, and you can find your own competition...but a great free tool is using google suggest.

  7. blackhatworld profile image60
    blackhatworldposted 13 years ago

    First thing is you need to know what questions to ask.  That means you have to do some research.  I recommend you go to http:/

    Look around there.  You will learn all about SEO from the Big Boys.

    Diamond Dave

  8. Peter Hoggan profile image69
    Peter Hogganposted 13 years ago

    Before you start thinking about keywords think about the type of people (or types) you want to attract to your site, the goals they will have and how you are going to help your visitors achieve them. Only then will you have a starting point to provide usable content and research the most appropriate keywords.

  9. ArdanMichaelBlum profile image60
    ArdanMichaelBlumposted 13 years ago

    There is a simple answer which often amazes clients of mine. Especially in Europe where people believe that complete website can be 20 pages or 30 pages. The answer is one word: CONTENT.

    Expand daily. Aim for one new page a day, all year and read Vanessa Fox, Matt Cutts and

    Keeping learning and adding content for a year and you will rank well, for ever.

    1. ArdanMichaelBlum profile image60
      ArdanMichaelBlumposted 13 years agoin reply to this


    2. makd1788 profile image60
      makd1788posted 13 years ago

      * Write regularly unique and useful post.
      * Write keyword-rich post.
      * Make the use of Long tailed Keywords.
      * Mention your main keywords in once in Heading, Description Tag, H1 Tag.
      * Mention your main your keyword at least 4 times in an article body.
      * Paste images by including alt tag and in that mention your main keyword.
      * Build more backlinks from only quality and relevant source.
      * Keep smooth navigation through out you site/ blog. Internal linking is most important.
      * Use relevant outgoing links from your site.

      1. profile image53
        skledenyposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        There are various Activities related to SEO such as Directory submission, Book marking , Article submission , forum posting and blog commenting,
        You can starting with Article submission and book marking. Because Article submission and Book marking are the best way to have dofollow links for your sites. Which is first requirement of any site.

        local search engine marketing | local search engine optimization

    3. periasamy123 profile image54
      periasamy123posted 12 years ago

      LINK WHEEL services doing great job for SEO , higher page ranking for your websites/forums.

    4. maxravi profile image42
      maxraviposted 12 years ago

      Try some seo tools like Axandra, will help you.

    5. profile image51
      AlexNorenposted 11 years ago

      SeoDataService helped me to improve my rankings dramatically.


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