For newer sites, Web Marketing depends on "titles" & "links"!

Written by Martin Lemieux

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Joe also knows that if search engines find his link on other sites and it's called "Web Marketing", his site had better be about "Web Marketing"! So Joe adds "Web Marketing Services & Tips" asrepparttar title of his main page. He also adds specific content to match it.

Now here'srepparttar 128119 [kicker]. Let's say Joe has been doing this for 2 years now, 9 times out of 10, if Joe's web site is still promoting content about "Web Marketing", he probably doesn't have to add "Web Marketing" to his main title anymore. He can now add it further down within another link on his site.

Sorepparttar 128120 moral is???

If your site is new, you'll need to depend onrepparttar 128121 "Titles" of many things to get your rankings up for something specific. If you're site is more mature and has been established, you can work on other search terms you've been longing to get for your site.

Just keep plugging away and try to keep your "titles"repparttar 128122 same for new sites and mix it up for older sites!

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The Benefits of Organic SEO (Search Engine Optimization): What Organic SEO Entails and WHY It Is Preferred by Some

Written by Vishal P. Rao

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"Non-Organic SEO", also called "Artificial SEO", can take many forms, and can use some "Organic SEO" coupled with other techniques. These techniques can include software generated keyword enhanced pages, some methods of re-directs, whereby traffic is shunted off from other sites, with their permissions, and software generated doorway pages and meta-tag descriptions. There are many different techniques that can be employed including rather controversial ones such as hidden text loaded with keywords, and tiny text.

Overall, "Non-Organic" SEO methods are quite popular, as it is a much quicker means to rankings and placement. Links might be purchased from "link farms" which are simply services that specialize inrepparttar promotion of links to others.

Although "Non-Organic SEO" can speed up rankings and placement initially, care needs to be given when using any of these methods. If keyword dense pages are automatically generated en masse,repparttar 128118 Search Engines might view large sites, with large numbers of such pages as "Search Engine Spammers" and a risk of being banned does exist. In addition, pages may initially place very high, only to drop lower rather quickly, asrepparttar 128119 Search Engines still place a great emphasis on good content, which is not usuallyrepparttar 128120 focus ofrepparttar 128121 "Non-Organic" type of SEO.

All in all, it really depends uponrepparttar 128122 overall purpose of a site, andrepparttar 128123 longevity of results desired by a Web master/site owner. It also depends upon how quickly results and sales are needed. For some seasonal sites, such as holiday-theme sites that only remain up for a few weeks or months, thenrepparttar 128124 quicker method of "Non-Organic SEO" can be quite effective. Onrepparttar 128125 other hand, if a Web master/site owner promotes a product or service to which they are committed for years, or perhaps a lifetime, then "Organic SEO" would definitely berepparttar 128126 better choice of optimization method.

No matter which type of SEO methods are chosen or implemented, an ongoing campaign of optimization does need to exist, asrepparttar 128127 parameters that are used forrepparttar 128128 rankings and placement byrepparttar 128129 Search Engines, change frequently, and research into current methods needs to be done routinely.

Asrepparttar 128130 old saying goes, "Different strokes for different folks", really applies to Search Engine Optimization and rankings and placement. The whole Search Engine Optimization process is really more "art than science", and continues to change daily.

Vishal P. Rao is the editor of - A website dedicated to opportunities, ideas and resources for starting a home based business. He is also the owner of the - an online community of folks who work at home.

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