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How much time did you spend for SEO?

Thread title: How much time did you spend for SEO?
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01-23-2007, 09:50 AM
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I have spent about 1 year.

01-25-2007, 03:25 AM
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SEo is not something you do in a night. You will ALWAYS have to work at it. some sites I have been working at for over 9 years to try and keep the SEP

01-26-2007, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by halotree06
Well I believe that every day a webmaster is to some extent usign SEO on his site, just different methods and perceptions of such. For example i am always looking for links and advertising and a quick buck towards getting more hits per day. But on the other side of SEO, the HTML itself, I dont really do much as long as you include METAs, <H1> <H2> tags and <title> then if the content is good you will reep the benefit from the search engines and the users trying to find their information.
For example my site www.wiiroom.net has never been submitted to search engines, I let them find me, imo thats the best way to go. I have though submitted to over 250 directories, of which 146 links are established to get backlinks and hopefully a decent PR update next time.
Half of my traffic now comes from google, as it found this page:
http://www.wiiroom.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=20
about the wii shipments in 2007, and all of a sudden my uniques went through the roof! as you can see by the pageviews on that particular page.

If you have content + links SE will find you
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Yeah - agree with you there. Anyone who wants to do well in the SERPS has to constantly work at it. As soon as you rest on your laurels, then it won't be long before you more dillegent competition overtake you.

02-03-2007, 06:33 PM
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So far as my exp the Google Adwords and Email Marketing are the best effective ones.
However if we have small ad budget then FREE posting is the good choice untill we get sufficient amount and knowledge to do the paid advertising.

02-08-2007, 07:33 PM
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for SEO, i think i never finished doing it..but maybe in order to improved my site it take me more than years.

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