I thought I would share with you my story.
I started my photography website about 3 months a go and to be perfectly honest i did not have a clue about web design and SEO what is this.
And as of tonight I ranked my site page one on Google.co.uk and Google.com
So How did I do it - I would love to point you to some magic website or magic application and would love to take loads of £ or $ off you but there is no magic.
I used some tools to help me
1. Fiverr I used about 5 gigs
create an article then spin it and submit it to at least 20 article sites, I will then blast 5000 live blog comments to the articles to give you the best link wheel on fiverr
get you 270 EDU backlinks for your site from edu blogs
create 9 Angela links from PR9 2,0 Authority Sites ® DoFollow, AnchorText, Viewable, Verified, Panda Update Friendly
manually upload your video in Top 20+ Video uploading sites of PR 9 to 6
create A Powerful Wiki BackLink Pyramid with 300+ Wiki backlinks and 3,000+ Blog Backlinks to help push your site to the top
do Social bookmarking submission 200+ sites Including Top 50 sites Like stmbleupon, digg, delious, reditt etc
I would suggest no more than one fiverr gig a week, I am not saying they are the best just what I used.
I then while doing fiverr gigs I checked out my competition.
Alexa is the easiest tool I found www.alexa.com/
you put a website in and it shows you there top 100 backlinks if it good for them you may be able to make use of some of them too.
I did this for loads and loads of my competitors, I started with one backlink showing in Alexa i now have 78
I installed SEO Quake toolbar this is very useful when you find blog it will show you when you click on pencil tool if links are nofollow or dofollow
And I posted genuine comments - always read post first on every photography forum i could find and photography blog.
It has taken a lot of hard work and time spent but the results are there for everybody
I hope this helps to inspire somebody, I apologize for my bad grammar and ramblings, I just know how hard it is to start with and feels like an uphill struggle like climbing a mountain on you knees.