Please help me with SEO

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Please can somebody help me with SEO for my website.

I want to try and get my page ranked higher in google with a title/keyword that gets a fair bit of searches per (day, month, year)

If you are interested in helping me please email me at: minecraft.advertising@hotmail.co.uk

Its not help as such but more of a tutoring
thanks!
#seo
  • Profile picture of the author jonnyhardbaked
    On and off page optimization are the keys for your site to have better ranking.
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  • Profile picture of the author IsayHey
    What do you mean by that?
    I have to go out now, but i shall be active again on this post in about an hour, thanks to everyone who comments from now until i get back though.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonsean
    On Page Optimization involves with your sites inner code that must be optimized and then Off Page Optimization is a process to promote your site in related niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author avianto
    focus on your keywords, you must get natural backlink, next strategy is dummy blog and linkwhell. try at 3m.
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  • Profile picture of the author NastyBlast
    Originally Posted by IsayHey View Post


    If you are interested in helping me please email me at: minecraft.advertising@hotmail.co.uk

    Its not help as such but more of a tutoring
    thanks!
    well it sounds like you are looking for someone to work with you on your website and basically train you as you have described. that kind of personal help will probably not come without a price.

    you're in a hard position because if you openly ask for help and say that you are willing to pay you will be attacked by every self-proclaimed SEO looking for their next ticket.

    if I made an offer right now I would look no different and subsequently be no different. it's dangerous because basically 93% of SEOs are just plain BS. the feed you elementary level... and out of date information until you realize you're getting nowhere. by that time they arty have your money. and your screwed.

    I know how you feel... I was in the same position once. trying to find my way trying to find people that had good advice and actually knew what they're doing opposed to just repeating what they have read.

    one of the major disappointments for me in forums is when I try to help people with genuine advice that conflicts with what CRAP SEO people are trying to sell you.

    sometimes I will post an article of 100% fact... yet people start arguing it and asking for all kinds of ridiculous documentation and supporting evidence in an effort to suppress the good information... the information that they would normally be selling you... or keeping you away from because they can't sell it to you... leaving you to look to them for help... as you are doing right now.

    not everyone is bad... but SEO in general is a dirty game mainly because of all the people that learn a trick or two and then think they are professional SEO consultants. it's like a 10-year-old talking to a five-year-old... and charging them to do it

    so just watch out in your quest for someone to help you on a one-on-one basis with a fee...
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    • Profile picture of the author dminorfmajor
      Originally Posted by NastyBlast View Post

      well it sounds like you are looking for someone to work with you on your website and basically train you as you have described. that kind of personal help will probably not come without a price.

      you're in a hard position because if you openly ask for help and say that you are willing to pay you will be attacked by every self-proclaimed SEO looking for their next ticket.

      if I made an offer right now I would look no different and subsequently be no different. it's dangerous because basically 93% of SEOs are just plain BS. the feed you elementary level... and out of date information until you realize you're getting nowhere. by that time they arty have your money. and your screwed.

      I know how you feel... I was in the same position once. trying to find my way trying to find people that had good advice and actually knew what they're doing opposed to just repeating what they have read.

      one of the major disappointments for me in forums is when I try to help people with genuine advice that conflicts with what CRAP SEO people are trying to sell you.

      sometimes I will post an article of 100% fact... yet people start arguing it and asking for all kinds of ridiculous documentation and supporting evidence in an effort to suppress the good information... the information that they would normally be selling you... or keeping you away from because they can't sell it to you... leaving you to look to them for help... as you are doing right now.

      not everyone is bad... but SEO in general is a dirty game mainly because of all the people that learn a trick or two and then think they are professional SEO consultants. it's like a 10-year-old talking to a five-year-old... and charging them to do it

      so just watch out in your quest for someone to help you on a one-on-one basis with a fee...
      ^Truth, but...

      I think everyone needs to start off in the dark and find their own way to the light. It's like all of those home-schooled kids you saw growing up that were pretty weird. It's because they were never properly introduced to the outside world. This works with SEO as well. If you jump through the hoops placed by everyone else, sure you'll make mistakes and find that a lot of it is outdated but you'll eventually find ways that will work for you.

      It took me over a year to get a check from my online job but I wouldn't change a thing. I know the ropes now and it's a lot easier to see through the bad advice someone gives. If I were you ISayHey, I would just keep doing what you're doing. Keep digging and researching. It will work out if you keep it up.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    First do on-page seo and then do off-page seo....
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  • Profile picture of the author yeshuaisiam
    I just say build a good quality natural site, submit it to directories, build a couple of backlinks to it... Then update it often. Natural buildup is the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jaronwright
    There are many factors, I recommend reading up and joining programs that help people like you. I have found that it helps the most!
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    • Profile picture of the author Stephen B
      First of all on page seo only accounts for about 10% so make sure you have:
      • your keyword at the beginning of the title
      • keyword in the first 90 characters of the content
      • in bold
      • in italics
      • as the alt tag for the first image on the page
      If you do that then the other 90% is backlinks from other sites. Without the first 10% the other 90% is that much harder.
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