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ss330662 21st September 2015 05:52 AM

SEO For Beginers
 
hii folk,
i am New in SEO.. please tell me how to start SEO of a fresh project..
thanks in advance

torka 21st September 2015 01:02 PM

There are four basic things you need for good SEO:
  1. Start with clean code that doesn't present any impediments to the search engine spiders. Unless the spiders can "read" your pages and traverse your site, all the rest of your efforts will be wasted.
  2. Create a logical site architecture that is easy for visitors to navigate. It should ensure your most important pages are the most prominent in your navigation. Overall, your site navigation should be intuitive and should guide visitors toward your MDA (Most Desired Action).
  3. Populate the site with excellent content. Include strong calls-to-action and make sure each page's content is also designed to guide your visitor toward your MDA. Google's Panda updates are designed to weed out "thin" or low-value content, so it's important that your content be unique, useful and/or informative, well-written, and grammatically correct.
  4. Promote your site to build awareness. Seek out strong, earned editorial links. (Google "Eric Ward" and read his articles for more information on responsible link acquisition.) Google's Penguin updates are designed to discount or penalize low-quality links, so please (please, please, please) do not waste your time with low-value link schemes just because they seem "easy to obtain." It is not about how many links you have, it's about how good your links are. In general, any link you can "build" for yourself is not a good link.

It sounds simple, but that's actually more SEO than many so-called "experts" ever get around to implementing. And following these four steps will get you better results than a lot of them ever see, as well.

--Torka :iratep:

johnniewalk 23rd September 2015 01:23 AM

First step in seo to be follow
Business analysis
Website analysis
Competitor analysis
Keyword analysis

Celin_G 23rd September 2015 02:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torka (Post 234023)
There are four basic things you need for good SEO:
  1. Start with clean code that doesn't present any impediments to the search engine spiders. Unless the spiders can "read" your pages and traverse your site, all the rest of your efforts will be wasted.
  2. Create a logical site architecture that is easy for visitors to navigate. It should ensure your most important pages are the most prominent in your navigation. Overall, your site navigation should be intuitive and should guide visitors toward your MDA (Most Desired Action).
  3. Populate the site with excellent content. Include strong calls-to-action and make sure each page's content is also designed to guide your visitor toward your MDA. Google's Panda updates are designed to weed out "thin" or low-value content, so it's important that your content be unique, useful and/or informative, well-written, and grammatically correct.
  4. Promote your site to build awareness. Seek out strong, earned editorial links. (Google "Eric Ward" and read his articles for more information on responsible link acquisition.) Google's Penguin updates are designed to discount or penalize low-quality links, so please (please, please, please) do not waste your time with low-value link schemes just because they seem "easy to obtain." It is not about how many links you have, it's about how good your links are. In general, any link you can "build" for yourself is not a good link.

It sounds simple, but that's actually more SEO than many so-called "experts" ever get around to implementing. And following these four steps will get you better results than a lot of them ever see, as well.

--Torka :iratep:

I so agree with this one! Especially the first one. You are going to need a clean code to work on. This has been our problem trying to get past Google page speed requirements. Our css and js codes are a bit off. I was able to do a little tweaks, but it needs a pro to clean out some errors.

hrishivardhan 23rd September 2015 07:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ss330662 (Post 233997)
hii folk,
i am New in SEO.. please tell me how to start SEO of a fresh project..
thanks in advance

You can read tutorials on How search engine works and all the important terms of SEO. There is one of the best tutorial from Moz library that can help you to get basics of SEO.
I am sure that will help you to understand basic things and techniques in SEO.
https://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-s...ngines-operate

DeniseTaylor 28th September 2015 08:47 AM

Always put your visitor at the forefront of your actions. Never do anything "just to get ranked." Provide more and better content than your competitors.

seojesica 28th September 2015 11:31 AM

This is really very informative, but follow MOZ blog.

Piers Rollins 28th September 2015 11:59 PM

When it comes to optimize a website for SEO purpose, it will be recommended to know some basic On page and Off page concepts/tactics to avoid unnecessary future SEO issues.

saiburi 19th November 2015 12:37 AM

You can start from directory submission, bookmarking, forum posting, as well social sites.

devidweb 20th November 2015 04:00 AM

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation, which in brief means optimising your site to get it picked up by search engines so people can find your site. The higher your site ranks in the search engines the more visitors you will get from them.


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