Where to ask for off-page seo

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Hello


I was posted three time to know what off-page strategy should I apply but those post was deleted. The reason were



"Try a forum search for "Off-page SEO". Then ask questions relevant to your particular site/niche"



and



"Too broad - please read through forum threads and ask a more specific question"



Can you suggest me where I can discuss about off-page strategy?


Thanks
#offpage #seo
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Posts like yours that get deleted for those reasons are because normally the poster is lazy or unwilling to do their own research. They seem to want everything handed to them on a silver platter.

    Why not treat this like a business? Why not put in the time and effort that s required? Why not be responsible for yourself.

    You don't see the hundreds or thousands of posts talking about all aspects of off site SEO with the answers you need? Why can't you see them?

    You could already be well on your way to doing offline SEO if you took the time you wasted posting three times and waiting for responses, etc. and did a little research and started taking action.

    Sorry if this comes across as harsh. We welcome newbies. But people unwilling to put in some effort will NEVER make it and all the answers will NEVER save them.

    Mark



    Originally Posted by souravjns View Post

    Hello

    I was posted three time to know what off-page strategy should I apply but those post was deleted. The reason were

    "Try a forum search for "Off-page SEO". Then ask questions relevant to your particular site/niche"

    and

    "Too broad - please read through forum threads and ask a more specific question"

    Can you suggest me where I can discuss about off-page strategy?

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author souravjns
    Hi Mark,


    I appreciate your response. Thanks.


    Actually neither I am lazy nor unwilling to research. I know there has lot to do for off page seo. Blogging, commenting, 2.0 submission, profile submission, etc. etc. But actually I am confused what to do first, what to do than, what to than... I was looking for suggestion from experts because I am not expert. I have seen there has 6000+ forums. But when I have seen those are not clearing my confusion, then I was attempt to post.



    Thanks and regards.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by souravjns View Post

      Hi Mark,


      I appreciate your response. Thanks.


      Actually neither I am lazy nor unwilling to research. I know there has lot to do for off page seo. Blogging, commenting, 2.0 submission, profile submission, etc. etc. But actually I am confused what to do first, what to do than, what to than... I was looking for suggestion from experts because I am not expert. I have seen there has 6000+ forums. But when I have seen those are not clearing my confusion, then I was attempt to post.



      Thanks and regards.
      Oh no ... I can tell already that you are getting answers from the wrong people. None of those strategies work and haven't for many, many years. Go check out Brian Dean's The Definitive Guide To SEO and then you'll be on the right track.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Then buy a beginner's guide if you can't find one for free. Or just start doing something - you don't need a perfect plan to get started. Just get started. Doing stuff is the only way you'll ever learn.

    I know it's all confusing. But to your posts you are going to get the same lists and recommendations everyone else is getting:

    Blogging, commenting, 2.0 submission, profile submission, etc. etc.
    I'll give you a hint about who I would follow (don't PM them or anything like that) but you can look for their posts. While there are several helpful posters who seem to know what they are talking about (I'm a SEO dummy) I'd start by reading every post and trying the advice given by Mike Friedman


    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author souravjns
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Then buy a beginner's guide if you can't find one for free. Or just start doing something - you don't need a perfect plan to get started. Just get started. Doing stuff is the only way you'll ever learn.

      I know it's all confusing. But to your posts you are going to get the same lists and recommendations everyone else is getting:

      I'll give you a hint about who I would follow (don't PM them or anything like that) but you can look for their posts. While there are several helpful posters who seem to know what they are talking about (I'm a SEO dummy) I'd start by reading every post and trying the advice given by Mike Friedman


      Mark



      Thanks you Mark.


      Okay I am going to read post of Mike Friedman. And dn't worry, I don't PM them or anything like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author taylorjohnson
    As far as off page optimization goes... I have gone through the top #3 ranked websites for over 400 websites in the USA the past 7 years and have compiled a list of great websites that accept links.

    I have found it to be the best strategy for my own sites...
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    • Profile picture of the author souravjns
      Originally Posted by taylorjohnson View Post

      As far as off page optimization goes... I have gone through the top #3 ranked websites for over 400 websites in the USA the past 7 years and have compiled a list of great websites that accept links.

      I have found it to be the best strategy for my own sites...
      Did all those relevant to your site?
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      • Profile picture of the author taylorjohnson
        Many website lists are suitable for just about any type of business. I would advise you to look up keywords like "citation list" in order to find a good list for your business.
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