Sunday, 26 May 2013

SEO – A Proper Guide for SEO Biggnner’s

SEO(Search Engine Optimization)

SEO is technique to promote your website on all Search engine like Google, yahoo, MSN etc, and used for internet marketing like promote the product through the website on search engine.

Two Technique of SEO
  1.  Organic SEO
  2.  Inorganic

Organic: It is a natural way of getting top ranking in SERP (search engine result page) without paying any amount to search engines for the placement. This is more preferable and trustworthy method of securing high rank on SERP.
Inorganic: It includes usually paid services such as PPC – Pay Per Click, CPC – Cost Per Click, CPA – Cost Per Acquisition, banner ads, classifieds etc. This service is very expensive. But those who wants immediate results, they can go for inorganic service.

Benefits of Organic SEO

  • Usually normal user’s clicks more on organically optimized sites.
  • Results are long lasting on search engine result pages.
  • Organic results are more trustworthy than inorganic results.
  • Organic service is cheaper than inorganic services.

Ways to Get Organic/Natural Results:

  • Analyze keywords.
  • Content optimization.
  • Site promotion.
  • Meta content optimization.
  • Image optimization.
  • URL optimization.

Benefits of Inorganic Search Engine Optimization:

  • Results in sort period.
  • Site gains more visibility.
  • More traffic in sort time period.
  • Unlike organic SEO, inorganic SEO gets more effective result in very short time.

Inorganic SEO technique is quite risky; as its cost will be count as per clicks, webmaster must remain alert from competitors, and they might click on your site unnecessarily to force you pay more. There is a solution to block those users, but for that you must be aware that they clicked you unnecessarily.

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2 comments:

  1. Hello, just wanted to tell you, I loved this post. It was inspiring. Keep on posting!
    by PSY 201 Week 6

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  2. Thanks Mithilesh, for sharing the difference between Organic and Inorganic searches. James

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