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Hi Everyone,

I’m just learned what “SEO” stands for tonight. Learned how important it is to have a proper SEO settings as well.

I’m curious if there are any pointers that can make a website more likely to be searched by Google or another similar search engine?

I run a really small basic hosting company for friends and family. Is it idea to offer clients the ability to have SEO addons? I read that there are programs available online that can be purchased to help increase Search Engine Results through SEO .

Do you have any recommendations?

Thanks, Bryce :)

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Look up “Matt Cutts”

In the end simply writing good content is important also.

Understanding how google works helps but don’t over emphasize on the mechanics of SEO . If you put your title and alt attributes everywhere, specificy width/height of each image etc. etc. it’s going to help, but if the content is crap, Google won’t like you.

What you might be able to do as a hosting service is perhaps develop a tool that creates an xml map of a website and then submits that to google for easy indexing.

Most important is to stick to semantic code. Make sure you use CSS and separate your content from your markup.

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Bryce, you can read MOZ, Bettergraph/blog , Neil patel blog and other here are so many resources available on internet. let me know if you are looking to outsource SEO work and want to focus on your main business. We provide Web Design, Development, Mobile Apps, SEO services.

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i don’t think SEO addons will help more , in case of Google it’s simple write simple and usefull content for user put heading in order and have responsive site so user of mobile can navigate and read content easily that’s All

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Pay advertise and people will find you. Very simple :)

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I would highly recommend you to watch Matt Cutts videos on youtube. SEOMOZ is very good resource, you will find many tutorials and forums answer to help you grow more. Join two forums Digital Oceans and Warriors, I hope this will help you a bit.

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You are all responding to a 6 year old thread!!!

Better late than never I guess!

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