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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by robwilley7, Jul 4, 2011.
Can anyone tell me what are the different seo strategies?
thanks in advance..
I'm a bit confused. In another post in this forum, you seem to already know the basics of SEO. On the other hand, the title of that post makes it seem like another one of these "strategies" that a lot of so-called "experts" try to sell to unsuspecting website owners who are looking for an easy way, but the actual content of the post makes sense. Do you actually know the basics of SEO, or did you simply copy and paste an article from somewhere else into your forum post?
Same here. This basically contradicts his other thread.
Regarding your last question, it seems it's a copy of post from Warrior Forums.
robwilley7 good place to start would be having a look at some of the links listed in our Featured Sales & Marketing, Online Promotion & SEO Threads. I've also sent you a PM regarding the concerns raised by the members above me, please reply to it.
Every SEO web site says that one good strategy in order to rank better in Google is to write a lot of articles containing the keywords a couple of times. However, there are two completely different points of view on how important the content is. Some people say that the content is absolutely unimportant and they even advice to publish the same text many times in different pages just changing one word because Google's robots read them as if they were completely different texts. On the contrary, other people say that the content is extremely important because it should attract people to read it.
there are just 2 i think. off and onpage seo
If this is the fact, what will your visitors see on your site when they click you links?
This is why Google came up with the recent Panda update. Content farms will churn out articles like an assembly line, with the sole purpose to be providing links to other sites for the search engines to find. As far as anyone who actually reads these articles is concerned, the content is useless. The Panda update was created to discourage this type of behavior. On the other hand, if an article is written with the reader in mind, providing information that is helpful, and/or interesting for an actual person to read, there is nothing wrong with inserting a few links in it. This is precisely the type of links that Google and the other search engines are looking for.
change one word? Not a chance. You'd have to spintax hard
Make back links with high page rank websites. Also create do- follow links. Do more forum posting for your keywords. Social bookmarking is also good strategies for improving the rank.
SEO splits in to two parts, on page and off page. I would say off page should command about 70% of your time compared to on page at 30%. So what you need to do is look at as many link building strategies as you can.
1.) Setup a on site wordpress.org blog.
2.) Integrate Facebook and Twitter within your blog using some plugins such as Wordbook, and Twitter tools. This will allow for you to automate both Facebook and Twitter updates every time you post to your blog.
3.) There are also free local RSS marketing sites that as well can do the same but better results than if you went with the Wordpress plugins I mentioned but unable to mention any here do to a slight conflict of interest a Moderator may not care for.
Do a wordpress.org blog really needed for SEO strategy?
Building back links and posts on high PR websites will help