SEO Means Follow The Rules

SEO – Follow The Rules

Generally Peoples says that it is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine. While we all know that the search engines are always tends to change their algorithms & other factors involving into them.  So after spending two years in this era, I found that it’s not about what we just putting the url’s in the directories or put elsewhere in the other platforms while it’s all about the follow the rules – 

Here is the starter guide of search engine optimization directly from the Google

This is the first officially published documents by google for the search engine optimizer.

Now as i told that spending two years in this area what i learned is like –

SEO have two parts mainly – On-Page &  Off-page

Now On-page involving with the factors upon the site like  – Meta-Tag (Title, Description, Keywords),  Alt-tag,  Heading tags, robots.txt, xml-sitemap & blaw blaw….:)

And                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Off-Page involves – Directory submission, Article submission, Social bookmarking, Blog commenting, Link building (One way, Two way & Three way 😉 etc.

Now after the Panda & Penguin (Google Algorithm Update) I really understand that it’s not about what we just doing with closed of our eyes actually this is all about quality content & well-defined structure with follow the rules & guidelines….


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3 comments on “SEO Means Follow The Rules
  1. Vipin Kumar says:

    Awesome guide from Google. Really Helpful stuff.
    Thanks – Thanks!

  2. Grue says:

    It is all about the rules! If you don’t follow Google’s rules your site will be wanished form search. It is very hard to stick with the rules, because it’s very hard to decide which links are good for your site and which will do a negative effect in the long run. Great article Prem!

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