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My Search Engine Optimization Procedure

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10:43 am on Aug 9, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Dear All,

The following is my SEO procedure as :

Keywords Optimization
- Find target keyword(around 20 keywords)
- Use Overture to find a good keyword phase
- Refer to KEI or similar method

Website Optimization
- Use Site Map
- Use Text Link
- Add Other Resources Link(External link)
- Minimun 200 words in content with some keywords
- Insert keywords to meta tage <title>, <keywords> and <description>
- Add (ALT) to image
- File name with keywords
- Use <h1>Keywords</h1> in each page
- Difference title in each page
- use robots.txt
- Add contact us form
- Add FAQ page

Search engine submission
- Top 20 worldwide search engine
- Use software to submit about 300 search engine

Linking Development
- Up to now, I haven't idea to build the linking
- Maybe find some website to request link exchange

Please give me any advise. Thanks

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1:07 pm on Aug 9, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Most of the top two lists are opinion based and preference oriented in my opinion. Everyone has their own theories on the core steps of on page optimization and how it is best achieved. But, on the last two -

"Use software to submit about 300 search engine"

Not needed. Honest. The ones worth being listed in will find you once you have a few backlinks. If you don't have any backlinks, you won't rank anyway, so there is no point in them finding you anyway until you have them.

"Up to now, I haven't idea to build the linking"

Link Development should be a core part of your optimization routine and a continuing part. Without inbound links, you won't be able to rank.

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1. Anchor text inbounds.

2. Lots of good quality content on well designed pages - descriptive (not necessarily keyword) titles and headings.

3. W3C validation.

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Link Development should be a core part of your optimization routine and a continuing part. Without inbound links, you won't be able to rank.

Any advice how to implement this part successfully? I read many things about this - but noone realy give the example - do this or do that.

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Thank you all to give me above comments.

Then the link development is very important.Rigth?

Anyone can give me some comments of my website optimization and keywords procedure

Thanks
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1:16 pm on Aug 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Then the link development is very important. Right?

In google right now, it's almost the only thing.

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Sure, check out the Link Development Forum [webmasterworld.com] here at WebmasterWorld. If you take the time to read a lot of the posts, you'll find some great golden nuggets.
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Thank you all informations again

Then we don't spend a lot of time to keyword and website optimization.

But why does some SEO firms to provide SEO and guarantee high ranking service to users.

Their service includes:
- Keywords phase choice
- Webpage Analysis
- Keywords density analysis
- Submission

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3:46 am on Aug 11, 2004 (gmt 0)

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"guarantee high ranking"

That right there tells you that it is a firm to stay away from - IMHO. The only guaranteed search engine placement is PPC ;).

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adwordstudent, check out this thread if you haven't already:
Successful Site in 12 Months with Google Alone [webmasterworld.com]
7:26 am on Aug 11, 2004 (gmt 0)

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"guarantee high ranking" could be a good ranking for a keyphrase that is not at all competitive and would not drive much traffic (if any).

Also, any company offering the free submissions to Yahoo and Google are wasting their time.

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Hi,
A couple of points which might be of interest
a. Also look at the internal linking structure of your site. There is a belief that we can control the way that PR is distributed around a site.
b. Be careful when you start link building. It took me some time to realise that there are actually loads of people who want to exchange links....but my links then started to grow very quickly and my SERPS dropped 2 pages on G immediately.2 months later it is climbing back. I have not used link farms...but suspect that G might have penalised me for too rapid link growth which shows SEO being used.

Just my thoughts

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Link development is very important. To do it and to do it right. Make sure that the links are on topic, good anchor text, constantly being added to. As for massive submissions and guaranteed rankings refer to the famous saying "if it sounds to good to be true it is".
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There's some excellent advice on this subject throughout WebmasterWorld, including Brett's post (although the suggestion about virtual hosts, etc which is just untrue).

One thing that is clearly lacking - research the competition. After all, you are not just wanting to be indexed, but you are wanting to be near the top of results for key phrases pertinent to your content. See how the current top 10 are achieving their positions. Its not normally by following the SEO guidelines suggested here. Try using a tool such as webposition to analyse their pages and forumulate your own policy from there.

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One thing that is clearly lacking - research the competition. After all, you are not just wanting to be indexed, but you are wanting to be near the top of results for key phrases pertinent to your content. See how the current top 10 are achieving their positions. Its not normally by following the SEO guidelines suggested here. Try using a tool such as webposition to analyse their pages and forumulate your own policy from there.

I think that we need suitable keyword phase.
1. Find the niche market keyword phase
2. Use wordtrack or overture's data for reference
3. Refer to KEI or overture court