Search Engine Optimization Tips and Tricks – Learn how to increase visibility in Search Engines – Part 2

In the previous post (Part 1), I had talked about what is SEO and why should a person use this for his / her blog. I also introduced a plugin called All-in-one-SEO which can get a person quickly introduced to doing some amount of Search Engine Optimization right out of the box.
Google has a set of tricks and techniques for doing SEO, and actually promotes using such techniques, with a certain amount of warning about not using techniques that can cause your blog harm. I recommend that you go through the following page and learn more about starting on this route (link to article). Here are some quick excerpts from the site that will show what all you can learn:

Deciding to hire an SEO is a big decision that can potentially improve your site and save time, but you can also risk damage to your site and reputation. Make sure to research the potential advantages as well as the damage that an irresponsible SEO can do to your site. Google never accepts money to include or rank sites in our search results, and it costs nothing to appear in our organic search results. If you’re thinking about hiring an SEO, the earlier the better. A great time to hire is when you’re considering a site redesign, or planning to launch a new site. That way, you and your SEO can ensure that your site is designed to be search engine-friendly from the bottom up. However, a good SEO can also help improve an existing site.
No one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google
You should never have to link to an SEO
What are the most common abuses a website owner is likely to encounter?
here are a few warning signs that you may be dealing with a rogue SEO. It’s far from a comprehensive list, so if you have any doubts, you should trust your instincts. By all means, feel free to walk away if the SEO:
owns shadow domains
puts links to their other clients on doorway pages
offers to sell keywords in the address bar
doesn’t distinguish between actual search results and ads that appear on search results pages
guarantees ranking, but only on obscure, long keyword phrases you would get anyway
operates with multiple aliases or falsified WHOIS info
gets traffic from “fake” search engines, spyware, or scumware
has had domains removed from Google’s index or is not itself listed in Google

Get the PDF about a starter guide for SEO from this link.

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