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Search Engine Optimization is a rather complex and never ending process. You have to analyze a lot of things including what keywords people are searching for, the density of those keywords in your sites, how many sites link back to you, how popular your links are and so on. Doing all this manually can be a huge pain. With that in mind, regardless of whether you’re an SEO guru or a beginner, these twenty tools are guaranteed to make your life easier. Keyword Research When people – like us – build web sites, they assume they know what keywords people use to get to their sites.
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO is the process of structuring your web page so that search engines can reach, read and index your page in a higher ranking and finally bring more organic traffic to you. So, who should perform SEO for our websites, the web designers or the bloggers? Obviously, SEO should be done by web designers as well as the bloggers. Why i said so? Web designers should design the page structure so that the page can easily be read and indexed by search engine while the bloggers should make sure the articles contain keywords that can really generate traffic.
I like to email people and ask them for a link. My niche is quite dry, competitive, and people don't naturally link. It's not a tasty subject. So I have to give them reasons to link to me. Sometimes that reason is good content. Sometimes it's something else.
After many years managing search engine results pages for Altavista, Infospace, AOL Search and others, online marketers ask me pretty much everyday what they need to do to get indexed and rank well to drive quality organic traffic to their Web sites. I find myself repeating the same fundamental rules - do what's right for your users-, and consistently ending with ... and everything changes all the time . So I started a search engine optimization (SEO) best practices checklist to point them to. Check it out for accuracy and keep updating. I am also keeping a tab of search engine optimization (SEO) best practices on Search is the Internet OS .
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Recently someone asked me, “what’s the best tool to find keywords for search engine optimization purposes?” We discussed her needs, and it turned out she wanted something to tell her more than just suggested keywords. She also wanted to better monitor her website’s rankings for each keyword. And she wanted to find other high quality sites to link to.
You should read Mat Honan’s heartbreaking tale of a hack attack and the ensuing discussion on Techmeme . Much of the story is about Amazon or Apple’s security practices, but I would still advise everyone to turn on Google’s two-factor authentication to make your Gmail account safer and less likely to get hacked. Two-factor authentication means “something you know” (like a password) and “something you have,” which can be an object like a phone. Here’s a simple video about how it works: I often hear the same questions or objections when I recommend two-factor authentication.