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You have probably heard a lot about Search Engine Optimization or the phrase like "make your site search engine friendly". But how exactly can you go about doing that?! Here you'll discover this search engine optimisation information to be much unlike than what is presently provided on the web. I have been in your position and given by my experiences I'll tell you like it is, no ugly tactics, no hype, just direct facts so you could have your own determination about what is best for your site. To begin with, I suggest you understand Google's FAQ and search engine guidelines. Google is the search engine market leader so you may find that most of the other search engines mimic many of their techniques. If you study how to do well in Google, you will do good in virtually all of the other second tier search engines.

To gain your site's page rank is one of the key to enhence the site position in search engines. To increase page rank Your best two options are writing articles that get published, and requesting links from vendors and other business partners. Remember to make sure the links you get into your site is for your keyword. Also link to your blogs/articles from each other to increase your network. Another thing, if you wish to get indexed faster you can submit your RSS feed to MSN, Yahoo and Google.

This works great and will save you a load of time. The above is your first hint. while this won't increase your search engine position immediately, but it might tempt Google to spider your site on a regular basis keeping your web site listings a bit more current on Google. Below are the best few places to submit your articles: GoArticle.com EzineArticle.com Isnare.com Contentdesk.com Good luck & Have a good marketing!!.


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