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Basic SEO practices for newbies:

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by GreyWolf, May 8, 2010.

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  1. shravani

    shravani Newbie

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    Can also TARGET LONG TAIL KEYWORDS.
    While short-tail keywords are often searched more frequently, it is more difficult to rank for them on search engines. TARGET LONG TAIL KEYWORDS, on the other hand, gives you a better chance of ranking higher for queries specific to your products and services and higher ranking means more traffic. Plus, as search engines and voice-to-text capabilities advance, people are using more specific phrases to search online.
     
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    You're main page is generally the highest ranked page because it is what you do most of your backlinking and seo for. But if you've got a subpage that is getting a great deal of natural backlinks, and some of them are from high pr sites then that page can get a higher PR. A little off topic, but still a good question, thanks. :beerchug: Sure its possible. PR is determined by the quality of its incoming links. So in the event that you have higher PR backlinks pointing into one of your subpages, then page can have a higher PR. High PR can make your page more precious if you would like to sell it, or if you would like to sell advertising or links on it. Recall PR does not really help your site for indexing, but it will help that you're linking to. Let us get back to talking Basic SEO inside this thread.
     
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    Well, really I guess it's going to be the same as though they had clicked to the filter earlier, it is only marginally more likely they'll do it now. But, it'll be in a different place than if they just stay on the typical search page. If you mean will it affect your position in the SERPs, well that is different? It is still fresh but I feel all that's actually changed is that its easier for users to change indexes. So as long as they leave it on Everything then your position ought to be the same as it would have been earlier. But it's a lot more beneficial for the consumer to click the filters now, so if they click on News, Images, Books, etc. then obviously your location won't be exactly the exact same. I'm not sure what you mean by standing. If you mean PR then no.