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    what i do seo for starting website ?

    Hello friends,
    i need help of any idea of new website starting for seo. first what i do. can tell me step by step methods.........

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    hi. find out the keywords for your niche first and after that start writing content and doing on page optimization.

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    There are many ways to do SEO for your website, But at initial stage you must do On-Page SEO correctly first because On-Page seo weighted equally with Off-Page seo. After completing OnPage seo you can move towards Off-Page seo which includes Article Submission, Blog Posting, Blog Commenting, Social Bookmarking and many more activities.

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    Hi, bro:

    MOZ has an excellent guide about how to get started with SEO, the link to it is this:
    http://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-seo

    There are two types of SEO that you need to know:

    On-Page SEO: 20% Important
    • Optimize the title with the keywords you want to cover.
      Repeat you keyword on the text from 1% to 5% of the overall text.
      Include images with the keyword in the alt atribute.
      Include links to external websites.
      Include links to your internal pages.
      Write sentences of no more than one and a half line and paragraphs of no more than four lines.
      Optimize your metadescription.
      (The last two are for User Experience, that's very important to decrease your bounce rate).


    Off-Page SEO: 80% Important
    • Links from other websites pointing to the specific page you want to rank up on Google results.
      The activity of your page on Social Media.


    There's a lot more factors that influence SEO but those are the most important. Getting backlinks is the toughest part of SEO, but there are plenty of guides over the Internet.

    To make easy all the "getting-backlinks" work, your website needs to bring something of true value to people. On the other hand, if your site sucks, it will be a headeache to get backlinks.

    Google has this tool named "Google Keyword Planner". It's a free tool where you can search for keywords related for an specific term (ex. "Web designer in Austin"). That tool lets you check the average monthly searches a keyword has. It's an awesome tool, and it's FREE, you just have to sign up.

    Hope this help you!
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    What I feel every thing is Important in SEO, if implement wrong On Page SEO method Off Page will never give results, so each and every step is important, lets start with step by step:
    1) Go for Competitor analysis and Keyword Research to find out our target industry, it'll help to find right keywords which we want to target.
    2) Go for own site analysis and find out what are the issues which we need to solve as per the guidelines of the search engine.
    3) Once we find out issues now need to solve that and implement SEO friendly requirements like Alt Tag, Header & Footer optimization, site structure and navigation, internal links and all.

    once we complete On Page Optimization need to go for of page activities slowly and increase gradually. Off page activities include:

    1) Articles
    2) Press Release
    3) Blog Posting
    4) Bookmarking
    5) Business Listing
    6) Social Sharing

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    Well said above, i need to mention, you need to research on your keywords, using exact match keywords and long tail keyword to increase traffic to your site.

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    Before you are going to start the SEO work. You must need to Analyzed the Your website. Google have developed Analsis tool. I am sharing here https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/. Go to analyse tab, You will see a hyperlink Analyse online your website.

    Click on that and put your website on search box then click on Analyse. What is progress of your website. First you need to solve these issues and complete it 100% near to SEO. It help you to decrease your SEO work

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    Keywords research -> on page seo -> submit website in Google and other search engines- > start with off page seo activities like article submission, bookmarking, guest blogging, create profile on similar niche website, submission in business directories, smo activities

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    I have the feeling that besides the numerous other threads there is nothing new coming up here, so I’m closing this thread. Use the forum search for more answers.


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