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How To Create Strong Foundation of A New Website ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by shoaibahmad9999, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    Hi,

    I just registered a domain, I want to go this route now ---> Quality over Quantity.

    I haven't created a single backlink yet, just want to ask that what should I do to create strong foundation of my website ? :06::06::06:

    Thank you
     
  2. cappablanca

    cappablanca Newbie

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    Use a good template
     
  3. shoaibahmad9999

    shoaibahmad9999 Power Member

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    Are you sure :D
     
  4. cappablanca

    cappablanca Newbie

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    Yeh man. I don't really know what you mean.

    Get a solid template, fully customizeable, preferably with those text files (csv i think?) that let you edit it from word pad
     
  5. controls

    controls Newbie

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    Hey
    If you build the site yourself

    Make sure you only use one H1 tag per page the H1 should contain your Keyword for that page... the keyword should match the url

    /keyword.html

    your title should match your keyword also don't over fill the description
    and meta keywords ( I would suggest you just use you main keyword and a handful of long tail keywords)

    you should have at least 500 words based around your keyword
    use anchor text to connect keywords to your other pages but dont over do it
    with anchors perhaps 4 links in a 500 word article....

    you should also use a secondary text link navigation
    make sure you w3c validate your pages

    have a html and xml site map
    (which you should update weekly or twice a month)

    make sure you embed google analytic
    (this way you will be indexed naturaly within one week)

    repeat this for all your pages

    a well built page following these simple rules will help you
    but you must remember that on-page optimisation only covers about
    20% of the overall SEO for your site.

    The other 80% comes from your google score and pagerank
    So thats relavance, orginal material, importance, use ability, amount of articles, blogs, back-links, social bookmarking.


    of cource this is the basics thats just your starting point good luck
     
  6. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    Read more, ask less.

    It's been answered a gazillion times already in other threads.
     
  7. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    its not just the structure of the website that must be your concern, your content is also your concern.

    Will it appeal to my targeted audience?
    Is it informative and helpful?
    Will it add value to the internet?
    Will it be like spam?

    If you answer it with goodness, then your website will be having a great foundation!