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need your advice please
lixsmk1




msg:3969171
 2:12 pm on Aug 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

What Seo software package would you recommend for a new starter? I have read alot about the basics and essential of seo but i need your advice on a software by which i can practically implement things i come across and can keep checks and balances on a website.

Please let me know thanks.

[edited by: phranque at 9:36 am (utc) on Aug. 15, 2009]
[edit reason] keyword specifics [/edit]

 

wyweb




msg:3971552
 10:39 pm on Aug 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

What Seo software package would you recommend...

None.

Are you clear on what SEO is?

It doesn't come in a package and any software you might get that could facilitate this should be highly suspect.

Optimizing a site for search engine exposure isn't something you can buy in a box. Each site is different. Each target market is different. What works for my site won't necessarily work for yours. Keyword density, backlinks, age of site.. all of these and far more play into the overall SEO. Believing that a program can accomplish this for you.. well, it reeks of total noobishness.

No software can accomplish SEO.

None.

Period.

StoutFiles




msg:3971557
 10:50 pm on Aug 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

^What wyweb said.

Leosghost




msg:3971567
 11:43 pm on Aug 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

What they both said ..especially
Optimizing a site for search engine exposure isn't something you can buy in a box. Each site is different. Each target market is different. What works for my site won't necessarily work for yours. Keyword density, backlinks, age of site.. all of these and far more play into the overall SEO. Believing that a program can accomplish this for you.. well, it reeks of total noobishness.

And yes everybody was a noob once ..but read here. search here ..and you'll see why that advice is good ..and ask for help if you need it ..but there are no magic bullets ..

JS_Harris




msg:3972398
 7:18 am on Aug 15, 2009 (gmt 0)

Also keep in mind that most software can be improved even if it swears it's the best out there. I've yet to come across software that didn't have a decent amount of generic and superfluous code that could be optimized further according to individual website needs.

general rule of thumb - less code is better. I think everyone agrees that you can't accomplish much on the SEO front by adding packages and programs to your sites.

tuliaoren




msg:3974707
 3:59 am on Aug 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

Seo is really especially. But there are still some software to help you in working.

[edited by: engine at 6:47 am (utc) on Aug. 19, 2009]
[edit reason] No specifiics, thanks, see WebmasterWorld TOS [/edit]

lixsmk1




msg:3975457
 8:28 am on Aug 20, 2009 (gmt 0)

thanks for sharing the chunk of knowledge

cheers

lixsmk1




msg:3976261
 8:50 am on Aug 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

i've read alot about on/off-page optimisation some trick, black hat and white hat. i am in keyword research phase at the moment...where should i go next after i've got my final keywords...

all your comments and advices are very much appreciated, many thanks

ogletree




msg:3976283
 9:49 am on Aug 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

A legit SEO tool is going to be something that helps make something you already know how to do easier. Learn how to do SEO without tools first then get tools to make it faster.

BradleyT




msg:3976430
 3:31 pm on Aug 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

where should i go next after i've got my final keywords

For me the next step is competitive analysis. I see just how hard it will likely be to break into the top 5 for the keywords. I use an SEO Tool for this process (lol?).

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