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@Patil Divya - of course a static website can change. And I can add photographs, videos, information and other media.
For whom? It’s not going to work for everyone.
TV adverts, direct marketing, adverts in vet magazines, forums and news sites.
But it’s going to be difficult as most vets already have a website.
No you don’t.
Depends on the site. On page is far more important than off page. Most site don’t need any off site seo.
On page is easy. Just follow the google guidelines.
Won’t work. Google ignores guest blog posts.
How can you say this without knowing the business? All those suggestions may be wrong.
Got some contradictions in your list.
Nope. Use these tools as rough guides only. The traffic is only a guess and backlinks will lead you astray.
It's an ADWORDS tool. All of the data comes from ADWORDS. Pretty much useless as an SEO tool.
No you didn’t. You said they “help your search engine optimisation efforts”. They don’t.
I’m sure you have. But not by posting on social media. Website traffic is a very minor ranking signal.
I don’t need to read you comment with...
It will lead you in the wrong direction. Don’t use these tools.
Sorry to say this, but you are wrong. Best place for articles is in your own site.
Somebody else who doesn’t have a clue.
Does nobody ever do any research anymore?
No they don't. If this is how you teach SEO in Lahore you are stealing people's money.
As you sell SEO courses you should also explain why chasing keywords is pointless. The search engines no longer work this way.
Rarely happens and pointless without context.
Mostly no follow so zero SEO value. Where links are followed they are spam central.
Everyone is right and everyone is wrong.
Social media can work really well for some products and services but not work at all for others.