Expanding to SEO....tips?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by noghosthere, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. noghosthere

    noghosthere Registered Member

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    Hi to everyone,

    I am coming from 2 years of posting (successfully) in all sections of craigslist, i know about google, HTML, IPs, emails, blocking and restrictions (of course...craigslist), and perhaps i am an IT guy

    i own a website just pulled up and i want to put it on the top of engines and/or drive some targeted traffic on it.

    Considering that I ADMIT that i am a total newbie in this field, what do you guys advice me? what programs? what the techniques are?

    i know people can get pissed off by newbies in this forum (and honestly i get pissed sometime too), so if you are pissed off reading this post, please ignore it, i just need advices and tips, thanks!
     
  2. sapik

    sapik Newbie

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    seobook.com there are some useful tools..
     
  3. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    A lot of reading, talk about SEO in #makecash (IRC) here are some tools

    Market Samuari
    SUPER keyword tool, best application I've installed for a while.

    SENUKE
    Very powerful, helps me a lot and speeds EVERYTHING up.

    xRUMER
    If used correctly, A LOT of money is to be made with this amazing application!
     
  4. msimurin

    msimurin Regular Member

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    all of the answers so far i agree with. If you are new to html then prepare to make your chair fucking warm friend, warm as no i mean hot, not warm :)
     
  5. affiliate_onlinebiz

    affiliate_onlinebiz Junior Member

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    Being new to seo I think it's best that you start by trying to optimize a low competition keyword first and after you get the hang of it go for the more competitive ones.