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Search Engine Optimization

By Justin Harrison

The constantly changing nature of the net means that marketing has to take a multi-pronged approach to have any effectiveness online. You have to use methods of marketing that have been shown to work, and you have to spread your eggs out among many baskets so that when one thing crashes down you’re still ahead of the game. Here are three of the most commonly used and effective methods for marketing online.

Making SEO better, First, let?s begin with Search engine optimization (SEO). SEO gets you no-cost advertising as long as you pair it with Internet pages that have been optimized using correct techniques. Considering that 1000s of new Websites go online every day, competition is fierce if you want to be listed at the top of the first page of a search engine request. Studies have shown that more than 75 percent of Internet users don?t look any further than the first page their search engine shows. About that same percent click on the first listing at the top of the page.

Every section of the Web page needs to be included with the keyword phrase in an effective manner. Selection of a keyword phrase is the prime task for one to make the search engine optimization work effectively. For a quick starter marketing strategy, this first page listing would be the right methodology.

Most of the key words were already taken over by the early birds and the late comers can go for specific key words using free tools that are available in market. These tools guide you for proper usage and provide you with periodical statistics. Also they enable you to customize your web page based on the available statistics.

Link Exchanges, When you finish completing the on-page optimizations on your Web pages, the next thing to tackle are the off-page optimization options. Link exchanges are the way to go to ensure superb off-page SEO procedures. For example, Google uses an algorithm to establish a web page?s status. This status is determined by how many other sites link to it. Remember, the quality of the link is a key consideration. Web pages are graded from 1 to 10, with the higher the rank of a site linking to yours, the better. A site must be rated a PR7 or above to be thought of as an authority site. If there is a back link from that site to yours, then Google?s spider will send it back to your page regularly.

You can get people to link to you in a variety of ways. Simply asking the webmaster is one obvious (and probably free) method. Another is to outright buy a link, which is a service offered by some sites. It can be worth it to buy a link until you get popular and then let it go, once you’ve had time to build things up.

At the same time having too many links without upgrading will result in not getting rewards from Google. Fewer links and higher ranking is the criteria here. Also if any of the liked site is blacklisted by Google, the immediate effect will be on your site.

Getting your site to a PR level of PR 4 or 5 is pretty simple to achieve, so it is better to make all your back links to sites with at least a PR5 rating. Remember to stay away from link farms! Google used to only consider the number of back links a site had before it upgraded its algorithm, but nowadays, it counts the real Page Rank of your back links, as well as the ranks of the pages linking to your site. If you use links from link farms, it will cause Google to treat them as spam links. Instead of doing this, it is much better to buy a listing in a well known link directory like Yahoo or DMOZ. This is absolutely worth the cost, as those are some of the authority sites and that means a big vote for your site!

And third, there’s always blogs. As the new technological equivalent of word of mouth, they hold a vast amount of power over how well-publicized anything is. People like knowing what other people think about things they’re considering purchasing.

Some of the major search engines sort rankings partially according to update frequency. Many blogs update every single day. You can figure out how powerful those two factors are when combined without too much trouble, can’t you?

As time goes by and many other bloggers and Webmasters go to article hubs for new information, these stories can be sent all over the Internet to many sites. When this happens, it creates even more back links to your blog or site, and gets you a large amount of pre-qualified free traffic.

In Summary, Though there are other marketing tools , as a fisrt step, it is better to go for Search Engine Optimization

Remember that the key is to getting quality links, getting on quality blogs, and using effective but trustworthy keyword strategies. Put it all together and you’ve got a marketing strategy that really works, with very little cost.

Justin Harrison is an internationally recognised Internet Marketing Expert and entrepreneur who has built up multiple 7 figure online business and consults to some of leading online brands including Amazon, BBC, AIG and many others.

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Harrison, Justin "Search Engine Optimization." Search Engine Optimization. 6 Oct. 2009. 26 Oct 2014 <>.

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