I'm just about the launch my new website in which I'm offering a local service (photographer). I've got a few questions however:
1) Is there a right order in which to start SEO for a brand new site? E.g. Do I just focus to start with on getting good links to my site, before moving onto building up social media? Or is it better spreading my time amongst the different ways to build my SEO? Where is the best place to start?
2) The website I have created only has a few pages and mainly focuses on images rather than text (which will be optimised and have alt tags). The pages are: Home | About Me | Services | Gallery | Contact Me. The only pages which really contain text are the "About Me" page and the "Services" page. The website is also going to mainly stay the same with no new content added after launch. I am planning to regularly update the gallery to have some form of fresh content, but I was hoping to focus on social media to post my day to day interactions and direct people to my website (either the homepage, or to a new image when it's added). How much will not having articles or posts on my website hurt me?
3) I've heard that building up a lot of links to my site in a short amount of time will hurt me, however I would really like to secure quite a few accounts with other websites from the get go (Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Deviant Art, Youtube, Vimeo). Is this ok to do, and is it alright to sign up for all of them in a day?