What you need to know as an SEO beginner

 At the end of December 2005, I started working on SEO. At first, I didn't know the difference between a search engine and a directory, and I couldn't figure out how to do it! It was hard to believe that people needed to put in so much effort in order to get their websites listed in search engines. I think all ordinary netizens are aware of this; For them, what matters most to them is that they find what they are looking for in their searches.

Although I am still new to this field, I have already learned a lot, and I would like to share some thoughts and my point of view on this topic. 

You should take the following direct steps to improve your website:

1. Submit to a search engine and submit a directory for article link exchange The goal of search engine optimization is to get as many links as possible to your website. A higher ranking in search engines comes from having more links. Your ranking is heavily influenced by traffic, which can be generated in many ways by submitting your website to as many directories and search engines as possible. Also, be sure to post in a good category; If your website isn't recommended in the good category, it probably won't be listed. In addition, submitting the article is an excellent way to gain traffic.

What you need to know as an SEO beginner

For those who don't know what these terms mean:

An online database that can be searched for Internet resources is known as a search engine. Some examples include www.google.com, www.yahoo.com, www.msn.com, www.altavista.com, www.askjeeves.com, etc. There are literally thousands of search engines on the Internet; However, the main search engines mentioned above are the ones that web surfers use most frequently. Internet users use Google more than Yahoo users. Personally, I do about 80% of my searches on Google, the rest on Yahoo, and very rarely on MSN. It is important that you submit your website to these search engines. You can add your website to Google by visiting this link: http://www.google.com/addurl.html. A directory is basically a web page that contains categorized links to other web pages. yahoo directory, www.dmoz.org (Google directory is based on Dmoz; it is mandatory that you submit your website here, but there are very few chances of inclusion), etc. are examples of directories. For search engines, you can submit your website to a number of directories.

Although the submission procedure is simple, the real question is whether the directory will include your website. If you don't want to spend all that time and not be listed, reading the guidelines carefully is the best way to get your website listed.

Submitting the article is another way to get links

Submitting the article is another way to get links and traffic to your website. Write articles and submit them to as many article directories as possible. Try to write about things people want to read and make them want more. Your article should also reflect what is on your website. For example, if you are talking about weddings on your website, your article should also be about weddings and nothing else. You can give advice or explain specific things, but as long as it's fun, you can do either. Articles of no more than 500 words are sufficient, and they do not need to be long.

Information about how SEO is performing on a website.

  Link building, including link exchange, is an important part of SEO. This includes getting links from other websites of your own, as these links can help increase your site's search engine ranking and visibility. However, link generation can take a long time, as you may need to communicate with other website owners and wait for a response. Some of the strategies you can use to get links back to your website are:

  • Create high-quality, shareable content

  • Guest blogging on relevant websites

  • Use social media to promote your content

  • Build relationships with other website owners and influencers in your industry.

Keep in mind that link building, like any other SEO technique, should be done in a natural and sustainable manner, in an effort to avoid black hat techniques, which can harm your website in the long run.

Exchange website links

You can also exchange links with websites that are on the same theme as yours; However, you should only contact websites that have a high PR (page rank), which I recommend is three or more. Exchanging links with a website that has a PR of 0 would be pointless because the website itself doesn't get much traffic; How will you be able to bring traffic to your website? Additionally, since you've added a link to the website you exchanged links with, you should check regularly to see if your link is still there.

Now you understand SEO, which is a lot of fun and I'm really good at it. On the other hand, exchanging links takes longer to complete because I have to wait a lot for a response. The SEO of your website can begin. good luck.


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