Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization and Marketing' started by Roshni Khanna, Jun 14, 2016.
I am looking for best Off page seo strategies. Please share your ideas.
There are none.
Any thing "off page" is promotional NOT 'optimising', and good promotion differs with the marketplace and target demographic.
Make your on page stronger. Off page has to be organically done not induced. So I would advice you to really focus on page primarily.
Some of the best OFF-Page SEO tactics are :
2. Social Media
8. Video Submission
9. Social Bookmarking
Followings are some effective off activity :
1. Guest Posting
2. Profile creation
3. Forum posting
5. Article submission
6. Social Media
7. slide/image and video submission
Wrong on ALL counts
1 to 5 ... Are ALL SPAMMING
6 - ADVERTISING and needs to be done with a VERY critical eye on the audience
7 - ABSOLUTELY nothing at all to do with SEO and not a lot to do with advertising.
The most important Off- Page SEO strategies are:
Wrong, wrong and, ... ... wrong again.
Find the best high PR website and High DA website and create the back links in those website and this may helpful.
You do know that Google do NOT update "PR" any more so any SGB numbers you see are about THREE years old.
Also DA == FA for Search.
1. Guest blogging
2. Forum postings(create a signature)
3. Social media
Read link drop removed
3. Spamming if it "just for links" and probably useless if it isn't
Create a unique content that makes the viewer to customer.
Following the search engine guidelines regularly.
Perform regular testing on landing pages.
"Landing pages" are NOT for SEO, specific "landing pages" are for SEM and other PAID FOR marketing campaigns
NO! You either work within the guidelines or you don't, regularly does not come into it.
Ok chrishirst, You think me as wrong. Please let me know the correct answer from you.
The common usages of regularly are:
In a chronologically determined frequency of equal periods.
In a pattern determined by equal distances between objects.
NEITHER of those apply to following guidelines which you either do or do not.
ALL of which are now considered as unwanted spamming by both the unfortunate site operators AND search engines and will result in the exact opposite of what you are hoping for.
Currently, the title is probably the most significant part of your page as far as search engines are concerned. No search engine optimization process is complete until you've added your keyword to the <TITLE> tag.
Usually it is best to place the keyword phrase to the beginning of the title. Short titles containing around 3-6 words seem to be generally preferred by search engines. In longer titles, the keyword easily gets lost in the "noise", which causes the ranking of the page to drop.
Separate names with a comma.