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Old 13-04-2010, 01:51:55 PM     #1 (permalink)

 
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OK, now my domains are back from the dead with Google, I need to consider SEO.

For example, on the new sites, there will be key primary pages, such as Hartlepool Hotels, Hartlepool plumbers, etc.

I know the keywords such as 'Hartlepool Hotels' should appear in the title, description, keywords, body etc, but is there an optimum number of words for each?

I used to use an online checker, where you entered the keywords, and then the URL, and it gave you feedback, and warnings etc.

I know the best solution is to build succesful link partnerships with extremely credible sites. I did this with the domain bamboo-flooring.com, which got it to the top of the Google results for Bamboo flooring, where it continues to remain! But this takes time, so I'm really looking for easily implemented SEO.

Thanks.
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Take a look at seobook.com for training, even spend the money on membership. For tools, try seomoz.org.
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there's also a new thing that I haven't looked at in detail yet called DIYSEO.com
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I would also use the keyphrase in the page name, i.e.

hartlepool-hotels.php

There is no substitute for well written informative content on your site pages, and then writing well written articles / press releases and distributing to them to sites that count ... now I just need to take my own advice.

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having an SEO makes much of time because you are going to rank the website and aside from that there is a tool for knowing its rank. btw if you want to learn about SEO try google there is a pdf there for training SEO
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Phil,

seo is just bullshit - although I offer 'it', do 'it' and talk about 'it' to clients its basically just a load of marketing tosh and money for old rope

- done properly it's pretty much hard grubby work with some common sense - but having a market advantage dthough does help some.

i'm sceptical of anyone selling dir submissions or mentions ethical whitehat jargon etc.

Also looking at what you want to with your geos I think you killed then long ago and it will be a very hard task to make anything of them soon. Even when you do get them to page 1 to monetize them I fear ,will be difficult - not impossible, but it does not come easy just because site somewhere in g.

I think your right to contiue to find succesful link partnerships with extremely credible sites, although people with these rare sites are now less keen to give you what amounts to backlink fodder to juice your site.




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OK, now my domains are back from the dead with Google, I need to consider SEO.

For example, on the new sites, there will be key primary pages, such as Hartlepool Hotels, Hartlepool plumbers, etc.

I know the keywords such as 'Hartlepool Hotels' should appear in the title, description, keywords, body etc, but is there an optimum number of words for each?

I used to use an online checker, where you entered the keywords, and then the URL, and it gave you feedback, and warnings etc.

I know the best solution is to build succesful link partnerships with extremely credible sites. I did this with the domain bamboo-flooring.com, which got it to the top of the Google results for Bamboo flooring, where it continues to remain! But this takes time, so I'm really looking for easily implemented SEO.

Thanks.
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Google is changing the rules .. and the fat lady hasn't finished singing ..

**The era of depending on Google Search for website traffic is fading. If you have been focused ONLY on Google, it's definitely time to diversify. There are many other ways to generate traffic. ** tedster#:4128407

**They're going to keep fixing things until they're really broken... **
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http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4127298.htm
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I'd 2nd the recommendation for the SeoMoz tools. They're excellent and their blog has first rate SEO advice...

http://www.seomoz.org/blog



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