You should start with On Page Optimization of your site. On Page Optimization will include Title Tag, Meta Description, Internal Linking, Proper use of Header Tags, Image and ALT Tags. The more important thing which you should concentrate on is Good Quality Content.
Then comes Link Building. You can start Link Building by doing guest posting on blogs and linking back to your site. Create local social media profiles and submit your site to directories. You should also link your website to your google plus account. After doing all this you can use professional link building and seo services.
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You can get great SEO / organic listings with the right efforts! You don't always need to spend cash on Adwords or whatever to get top listings. With a site (2 year old at the time) I was able to gain and hold TOP listings across multi niches and topics and it only involved efforts and patience. At time the site was ranking better than world leading sites like BBC News, Youtube, e-how etc etc for same stories and topics being covered. so yeah, it can be done without advertising and by the average webmaster ...
Here are some tips I have shared before:
Add quality unique content
Have keywords within content ... Around 5 .... keyword stuffing is not advised!
Have keywords in post URL ... Also the standard tags such a meta description, title, and header tags are still important for user engagement and core SEO optimization.
Do your alt text but don't repeatedly use the same alt text and try to mix it up.
Have in-content anchor text links but don't over do them.
Keep link building practices natural and don't bother with link farms.
Share your site and content across authority sites.
Its really tough to plan from where should we start SEO for a newly built website, but listed beloware some common practices which are usually used in the online world:
1) Examine out your onpage.
2) Search for the keywords and phrases which should be targeted for getting good SERP ranking.
3) Start link developing process for your website in the high PR and high authority websites.
4) In throughout the third procedure you should frequent index your links in the Google search engine.
The first step is to choose the keywords that you believe your target audience will search for.
Optimizing Page Content
Making a Good page title
Avoiding Spam In Your Content
Is Your Content Relevant?
The Description META Tag
Part 1. Keyword Optimization
The first step in a search engine optimization campaign is to choose your keywords or keyword phrases for each of your web pages. Keywords are the terms that search engine users type in the search box to conduct a query. The right keywords are those that: clearly describe the purpose and content of your site, and, allow your site to show up as close to the first results page as possible.
A good position doesn't depend only on your choice of keywords. It also depends on how well do you position those keywords in your web page, and how many quality external pages link to you. However, choosing the wrong keywords can throw off your entire search engine optimization strategy, so you need to invest a few hours and make sure you do it right.
Let's start with your homepage. Look at it carefully and write down the words and phrases that best define your site. Try to form two or three word phrases, since competition for one-word keyword phrases is fierce, and it is virtually impossible to get a top position for them. That is why, from now on, we will talk about keyword phrases, not keywords.
Once you have developed your list of potential keyword phrases you are ready for the next step: to analyze the demand and supply for those keyword phrases, and choose the best ones (those with good demand and not enough supply).
We will first check the demand for your selected keyword phrases. For this, we will go to WordTrackers Search Term Tool.
Overture is another popular pay-per-click search engine (as we know, pay-per-click search engines are the only ones that disclose keyword popularity for free). You will then type each of the keyword phrases you selected, and see how many people search for those terms. This tool will show you only those searches conducted in Overture (and only in one month time). However, the relative popularity of each search term will be very similar in other search engines as well.
In addition to telling you if your selected keyword phrases are popular, this tool will show you other keyword phrases that you may not have thought about, which may even be more relevant to your site. For example, if your first keyphrase was "Italian Restaurant", the Search Term Suggestion Tool will also display other popular search terms, like: "Gourmet Italian Restaurant", "Northern Italian Restaurant", "Italian Restaurant Pizzeria", "Italian Restaurant Miami", etc. You may also try other keyword phrases, for example: "Italian Cuisine", and come up with more specific keyword phrases, like: "Fine Italian Cuisine", "Italian Cuisine Miami", "Northern Italian Cuisine", "Italian Cuisine Fine Dining", "Gourmet Italian Cuisine", etc.
What you have done is to validate and enlarge your pool of popular, in-demand, potential keyword phrases for your web page.
The next step is to check the supply, or, in other words, to see how much competition there is for your selected keywords. Naturally, you want to focus on keyword phrases where competition is less fierce. For example, choosing "Italian Restaurant" alone will certainly hurt you. There are so many of them that your chances of showing up in an advantageous position within the search results are pretty slim.
Having said that, get your list of keyword phrases, go to Google and type-in each of them in the search box. Enter your keyword phrases within quotation marks (to filter-out less relevant results), and see how many results each individual query produces, making a note of those with a relatively small number of results (less competition). You will stick with the keyphrase that:
1. Best describes the topic and content of your page.
2. Is a popular search term according to Overture's Search Term Suggestion Tool.
3. Generates a relatively small number of results after performing the Google search.
If "Gourmet Italian Restaurant" is the keyphrase that best meets these three criteria, it will become your primary keyphrase. To get even better results, you can choose a second keyphrase to make your page more relevant to an even more specific niche. For example, if your restaurant is in Miami, you can consider " Miami" a second keyphrase.
Once you have chosen the keyword phrases for you homepage, do the same for the other pages on your site.
You will then take your selected keyword phrases and optimize your pages heavily for them. This involves placing them in strategic locations in the title, headings and body of each page.
PART II: WEB PAGE OPTIMIZATION
Once you have chosen your keyphrases, the next stage is to optimize your page for those keyphrases. You do that by positioning your keywords in strategic locations within your page. What follows is a checklist of tips and steps you must complete to optimize your page:
Keyphrases in the web page title :
Create a descriptive title for your page. Your web page title is very important because it is what the search engines display as link text as the result of a search. The title must include your main keyphrases, while at the same time it must describe your business very well and should entice readers to click on it.
1. Unless your business is big and well known (like Microsoft or Coca Cola) don't start your page title with the name of your company. Start your title with the words search engine users will most likely use, and those are your keyphrases.
2. Put your main keyphrase at the beginning of your page title (keyphrase prominence) and keep your keyphrase together (keyword proximity) .
3. Put your second keyphrase somewhere else in the title.
4. Make the title short (8 words or less).
Keyphrases in your Keyword Meta Tag : Search engines rarely use the Keyword Meta Tag any more (Google completely ignores it). However, place a list of your main and secondary keywords in the Keyword Meta Tag of your page, just in case search engines decide to use them again in the future.
Keyphrases in your Description Meta Tag : The Description Meta Tag is still important, since some search engines use them to elaborate on the results link. Remember to:
1. Include your keyphrases (main and secondary) in your Description Meta Tag.
2. Make your description descriptive, concise and professional. Avoid using hype.
3. Make it short (25 words or less).
4. Don't make your description sound just like a collection of keywords.
5. Keep your keyphrases together.
Keywords in the body of your page : It is important to use your keywords heavily on your page, since this will help the search engine determine the topic of your page. Follow these tips as much as possible, since they will help search engines determine your page's relevance to your chosen keyphrases:
1. Use your keyphrases several times, and place them as close to the top of the page as possible.
2. Place your keyphrases between Header Tags (H1, H2 or H3) in the first two paragraphs of your page.
3. Place your keyphrases in bold typeface at least once.
4. Repeat your keyphrases often to increase your keyphrase density. Repeating your keyphrases between 5 to 10 times for every 100 words in your page is considered effective.
5. Since you have to repeat your keyphrases often, you must be especially careful not to make your text sound awkward. Your visitors should be able to read your page fluently and effortlessly. Remember that ultimately it is your readers who will decide if your page is worth the time they spend on it. A pleasant experience will make them more likely to come back. A good resource on how to write search engine friendly copy without losing readability is this special SEO writing report by Jill Whalen.
Other Web Page Design Considerations :
* You must make your page easy to navigate by the search engines. Search engines heavily favor text over graphics, and HTML over other editing formats.
* Use text heavily, especially in your navigation bar. Avoid placing text in graphic format since the search engines won't be able to read it.
* Avoid frames. Search engines have trouble following them, and they may index only the framed content page and not the navigation frame.
* Create a Site Map that includes all the pages in your site, and place a Site Map link close to the top of the homepage. When the search engine follows the site map link, it will find and index all the pages in your site!
* If you use a left navigation bar, the search engine will read it before the body of your page. Make sure you include your most important keywords there, too.
* Make sure that all your internal pages link to your homepage. g. Don't try to describe all your products or services in one page. It will confuse the search engine and dilute your page's relevance to your selected keyphrase. Instead, create different pages, each with its own content and keyphrases, and optimize them too.
This is pretty much all you have to do to make sure that your page is optimized for your chosen keywords. The next and final step to increase your site's ranking is to get as many links to your site as possible, from quality sites that have a topic related to yours.
The main goal throughout all of this is to make sure you are starting with a good understanding and foundation of your strategy is going to be and how you want to execute it. Once you have the strategy and goals defined, you can begin to implement the on-site optimization, as well as backlink creation process.
An important thing to remember is that a truly effective SEO campaign must be carefully managed and continuously optimized for the best possible results. SEO is not just a one-time deal. It can be very helpful to get your own SEO company to help with the ongoing efforts of an SEO strategy.