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What Is Proper Search Engine Optimization? What Is Not Proper Search Engine Optimization?

Updated on May 8, 2011

What is Search Engine Optimization? – a simple query is executed to lots of the web publishers each day and each moment and all the search engines are tired to resolve this simple query. Have you the same query? If so, then this is the place for giving you a simple basic idea about Search Engine Optimization. Here, you will learn about Search Engine Optimization, what is proper Search Engine Optimization and what is not proper Search Engine Optimization. [Note: A brief idea is explained in this hubpage and for more details, please read Search Engine Optimization : Brief Idea of Proper Search Engine Optimization & What Isn’t Proper Search Engine Optimization

Understanding about Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization is simply denoted by SEO. Search Engine Optimization or SEO is necessary for indexing and ranking your website to the top of the search engines and when the users search through the search engines, your site contents will be displayed to the top of the searched pages.

What Is Proper SEO (Search Engine Optimization)?

  • Optimizing META data, titles and page contents
  • Selecting proper keywords and use those keywords to the website
  • Testing website optimizations
  • Promoting link popularity
  • Using standards-compliant HTML
  • Optimizing image ALT tags for all the images
  • Structuring website in a logical fashion

What Is Not Proper SEO (Search Engine Optimization)?

  • keyword spamming

  • Hidden text and cloaking content

  • Link-farming and excessive content or site duplication is always blocked by all search engines. So, it’s always avoidable

  • Paying for questionable links is not Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is always important as it helps to rank your website and generating website’s organic traffic. So, anyone who are the web publishers, must try to optimized their sites following the above mentioned tips. Here, what is proper SEO and what is not proper SEO is explained very shortly. However, if you thing some points are missing in the above contents, please tell in the comment section.

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    • free-seotools profile image


      6 years ago from Portugal

      Thanks for this hub telling us what we should be doing seo wise. I have been putting together something myself but with a lot more meat on the bones...perhaps you would care to take a look some time and give me your opinion?


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