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How SEO Forums can help your domain become more visible

Updated on June 17, 2012

Search Engine Optimization is the processes by which you ensure your website, blog or WebPages enjoy maximum exposure in the major search engines. The main idea is to drive more organic traffic to your website or blog. It is a complex process that involves many independent- and some times dependent factors.SEO forum posting is one of these factors.

A forum can be defined as an online platform where people share their opinions on different things or ask for the opinions of other people on various topics. Forums provide a great research tool since they offer help and tips on different things that you would traditionally not find on any other website.

For this reason, forums have a lot of traffic. In fact, if you visit a forum that solves your need after looking for the help on the internet for a while, chances are that you will bookmark it for future reference. Most forums also enjoy high ranking with Google and other search engines due to the traffic they receive. In fact, some forum posts about other websites might even rank higher than the websites they are discussing.

SEO forums offer a valuable source of information. There are lots of information that you can learn from peers and even experts that are in the forums. You can do a simple search in your favorite search engine e.g. by typing, “Best SEO forum” in the search engine and you will get some good results. If you are not a novice in SEO, you can get more help by visiting a good webmaster forum.

There are many tips and tricks that you will learn that will help you increase traffic to your domain. Most of the tips shared in forums are tips that others have used and they are therefore practical tips rather than the theoretical advice that is often gotten from other websites.

The SEO forum might have a SEO chat forum where you can talk to other online users. Others just have a SEO help forum page that is often indexed according to predefined criteria. Some of them also have some search utilities and these tools are very useful whenever you need to navigate to a specific forum topic.

Apart from just learning from these forums, you can also benefit from these forums by building some good back links. Like we have already established, forums have good traffic and if you create a profile with a link to your URL in your profile, chances are that you will get some unique clicks.

You can increase the chances of getting some hits by participating actively in the forums. For instance, if someone asks a question about something that is disturbing him and you happen to have a solution, you should offer your help and suggestions. This makes other visitors get interested in what you are doing and they will often check out the URL you have provided.

Apart from the referral traffic from the forums, the back links created in the forums might also help to improve your Google ranking. Most of the internet users rely on search engines to get what they need. In fact, at least seventy percent of the new visitors you get find on your internet store find you by search engine. This implies that a high ranking in search engines guarantees you more traffic.

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    • ronhi profile imageAUTHOR

      ronhi 

      6 years ago from Kenya

      @ webuildblog,i agree with you agreeing with Hamlet :) Thanks for the feedback

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      webuildblog 

      6 years ago

      I agree with @Hamlet FE

    • ronhi profile imageAUTHOR

      ronhi 

      6 years ago from Kenya

      @Hamlet FE, you are right. Thanks for reading and leaving your feedback

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      Hamlet FE 

      6 years ago

      Seoforums are good. We can get many SEO information from these.

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