oh very good ~~
lessing my times~
oh very good ~~
lessing my times~
Divine article. Very helpfull.
You can also try Aaron's SEO book (and I am not advertising here), which is a great asset to anyone who wants to better his/her SEO experience. I know it did miracles for me ...
Originally Posted by RankManDude
Could you please elaborate. Link will be appriciated.
Not entirely true, Yahoo and MSN differ from Google by having the option to do a linkdomain: search.. while all 3 of the search engines still support the link: operator (page specific).Originally Posted by stymiee
I see that I am way late in joining the party, but I just want to say thanks for the post. That is one of the most thorough posts I have ever seen. Very good information for those of us who want to know where to start.
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You learn about optimizing by reading a lot and I miss one website with background information. Try to understand the way a SE is working, and although algorithems are changing every time, the basid idea is still there.
This guy wrote about Altavista, but you also can see it more SE related.
It is worth to do a search for it At least it helped me years ago (when av was still the no 1) to understand about SEO and why clean writing is so important.
One more for any long lonely night:
Excellent resource, although sorry to be a grammar nazi but you might want to read this:
Would normally try to ignore something like that but since it's an FAQ...
It's weird I run a big content website and all the writers have their problems, but the above problem seems to be unique to our contributors from USA and Canada. Does "then" and "than" sound the same in North America?
Great thread. I've heard the inbound links are great. but that reciprocal linking is not.
Is there more weight on inbound links with no reciprical back to that site.
to answer your question, yesOriginally Posted by ticksoft
Good to know! Thanks!
thanks for the info!
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SEO book is an excellent resource for SEO information in my opinion. I think the owner sells a book for $80 and shows you exactly how he got his website to the top of the SERPs for competitive keywords like SEO.
This will help me out a lot, since iam just now bringing back my site i had 2 years ago, tryin to make it somewhat big..... thanks for all the info, i will be using this.
Thank you stymiee! Very good.
Very good and useful article.Originally Posted by stymiee
However, I was curious about the above mentioned sites and see what I found there http://www.tipsntutorials.com/tips/Web-Design/40
Short tips and tutorials with extremely long comments - tons of links added as comments to each of them. Quite disapointing when visiting it after reference from this well written article.
Sweet article, thanks a load
SiNJoy-A.K.A. I take your chips..
Wow, excellent stuff. I am about to launch my site. This is by far the best SEO 101 I have seen. Hats off to you!!
very nice thanks
I already applied some advices, and WOW my website is as fastgrowing as it gets
Most excellent thread. That answered a lot of my confused concerns (such as how can outbound links from a webpage improve its PR).