SEO In Practice
Note : I follow this SEO In Practice guide (English version) to make my website no. 1 in Google. I am still practizing it. Click on the writing to open the links and click on Translator to translate this tutorialÂ into your mother language. Good luck and best wishes!
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Table of Contents
Introduction to your SEO guide
Chapter 1: 100 Keywords for a Good Start
1.1 What? Why? When? How? And other questions to get started
1.2 Choosing Keywords
1.2.1 Getting keywords from everywhere and nowhere
Option1: Free Keyword Research DIY
Option2: Harvest quality keywords in a matter of minutes
1.2.2 Shortlist your keywords
Option 1: Sweep away the keyword trash, by hand
Option 2: One click to choose the best keywords
1.3 Making Your First Ranking Report
1.3.1 Measure keyword rankings with your own hands
1.3.2 Let Rank Tracker do its job
Chapter 2: How do we play by Search Engines’ rules? (Avoiding crawlability problems)
2.1 Do Search Engines know about you, and do they know enough?
2.2 Invite robots to your site
2.3 Make your site Search Engine-friendly
2.3.1 Find fast and reliable hosting
2.3.2 Create a sitemap
2.3.3 Rewrite dynamic URLs
2.3.4 Make a robots.txt file
2.3.5 Make different paths to reach a page
2.3.6 Fix broken links
2.3.8 Use text links instead of images
2.3.9 Remove the Welcome page
2.3.10 Correct HTML mistakes
Chapter 3: An offer they can’t refuse (create mind-blowing landing pages for Search Engines and people)
3.1 Imagine you’re on a plane, or What’s a landing page?
3.2 5 keyword portions: choose what’s best for each landing page
3.3 Prepare the ground for a “comfy landing” (finding a page to act on)
3.4 Size matters! In SEO…
3.5 Making the first Onpage Optimization Report
Option 1: Find out best on-page practices, by hand
Option 2: Grab WebSite Auditor and X-ray your competition
3.6 Tune up the landing page
3.6.1 Make meta keywords and meta description tag
3.6.2 Write gripping content
3.6.3 “Search Sengine, don’t read images.” So what?
3.7 Make your page a gem
3.8 Magnetic, sure-fire, pushing and simply great: 4 more pages to be done
Chapter 4: Getting on the move: where your link building starts
4.1 Words for talking link building
4.2 What’s the purpose of links?
4.3 Sites vote for each other
4.4 How do we get links?
4.5 Quality of links
4.6 Avoid link farms and FFA sites
4.7 Factors that make up quality links
4.8 Grow your links regularly and at a natural speed
4.9 Look where the link can be placed
4.10 Ways to get links
Chapter 5: You scratch my back, I scratch yours: exchanging links.
5.1 Nine vital steps to exchange links
Option 1: No cost link management by hand
Option 2: Link building at ease – your personal LinkAssistant
5.2 Your quick and sure ways to find outstanding link partnerships
5.3 Make brilliant link directory that perfectly fits your site
5.4 Be personal with hundreds of site owners â€” and be quick!
5.5 Record keeping? Yaaaaawn…
5.6 No one’s gonna cheat you: verify your links
5.7 When does it start working?
Chapter 6: Finding SEO gems, or how to get premium one-way links?
6.1 Eight best ways to get weighty links
Tip 1: Offer high value on your pages
Tip 2: Get your site into top directories
Tip 3: Build links through articles and press releases
Tip 4: Comment in forums and blogs
Tip 5: Get bloggers to write about you
Tip 6: Bring link bait into play
Tip 7: Make use of social media
Tip 8: Simply buy traffic-effective links
6.2 Here’re things to look at, when buying links
6.3 The winning tool finds best link opportunities
6.4 The smartest way to see what value links bring
6.5 No-Brainer SEO Surprise
6.6 Rank checks are still a must