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    That is the whole problem, everyone KNOWS how to do SEO and everyone THINKS they are the best
    Bryan Casson: SEO Expert & Owner of Casson Media
    "Google or Bing...... um what is Bing?"

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    Good information sharing for me and all seo members. This is a good article.

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    thanks for sharing this seo tips

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    These are great tips and advice and as always sounds like fun. However sitting down and actually starting a campaign makes you see that it is very time consuming and should be very structured. The sweat and tears pays off eventually and the "seo-ritual" becomes fun when you see results

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    One should try and keep these things as simple as possible. SEO is 90% common sense. And the best advice one can give a web site owner is to figure out how they can make themselves useful, to start thinking outside the confines their own immediate needs. The question that needs to be asked is how are you going to make yourself useful to the businesses who are going to refer their clients to you? How are you going to catch the eye of the the clients who are looking you and the services you offer?

    What this translates into, is a strategy where you need to start thinking about the web in terms of a cluster of useful boutique sites that feed traffic and enquiries through to your core business. As an example an interior decorator could set up three or four sites profiling the building industry, the local professional services such as architects, quantity surveyors and civil engineers and the retailers dealing in home accessories. Simple low maintenance web sites which are useful and which in time could grow and develop into very effective self funding advertising platforms.

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    Haey..
    You have mention these points in your post for good seo
    Quote Originally Posted by watermetersupplier View Post
    1) Keyword Research
    2) Competition Research
    3) Links
    4) Optimise Your Pages
    5) Images
    6) Social Networking
    7) Content
    8) Sitemaps
    9) Local Optimisation
    10) Navigation
    As far as i think now a days perfect keyword,unique and fresh content and social networking these are most effective..

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    How does social networking improve a sites ranking on Google? I have never quite understood the tie in. Does social networking help to get a site closer to that coveted first page?

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    SEO is all about combination of certain facts which Google uses it into their algorithm. You need to work in every aspect of your site. The list goes on and on but you can work on on-site and off-ste. Its always better to optimize as well as use search engines for better long term prospects.

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    This I understand. But what I do not understand is how Facebook or any of the other "social media' sites help your rankings. They are as a rule "no follow". They have to be to try and minimise link spam. Does Facebook help one to rank higher in the search results?

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    Quote Originally Posted by workshop View Post
    Does Facebook help one to rank higher in the search results?
    You made me look - and the answer seems to be - probably not.

    You probably should bear in mind that Facebook is not the only social media out there (it's "just" the biggest social network, which is a subgroup of the social media sphere), and that Facebook and Google aren't exactly bosom buddies.

    Also, just to clarify for those who are unsure, because forums are a form of social media, TFSA is a social media website.

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