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Search engine optimization - SEO is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to your web site from search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN etc. via "organic" or un-paid search ...

Search engine optimization - SEO is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to your web site from search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN etc. via "organic" or un-paid search results.

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    • SEO TutorialSearch Engine Optimization
    • Agenda
      What is a Search Engine?
      Examples of popular Search Engines
      How Do Search Engines Work?
      Search Engines statistics
      Why is Search Engine marketing important?
      What is SEO
      Industry Research
      White hat versus black hat
      What is a SEO Algorithm?
      SEO Process
      Technical aspects of SEO
      Steps to developing a good SEO strategy
      Ranking factors
      Social Media - MySpace Optimization
      PPC vs. Organic
      Basic tips for optimization
      Measuring SEO success
      SEO Tools
    • What is a Search Engine?
      Definition: An internet-based tool that searches an index of documents for a particular term, phrase or text specified by the user. Commonly used to refer to large web-based search engines that search through billions of pages on the internet.
      Different than a Directory
      Common Characteristics:
      Spider, Indexer, Database, Algorithm
      Find matching documents and display them according to relevance
      Frequent updates to documents searched and ranking algorithm
      Strive to produce “better”, more relevant results than competitors
    • Examples popular Search Engines
    • How Do Search Engines Work?
      Spider “crawls” the web to find new documents (web pages, other documents) typically by following hyperlinks from websites already in their database
      Search engines indexes the content (text, code) in these documents by adding it to their databases and then periodically updates this content
      Search engines search their own databases when a user enters in a search to find related documents (not searching web pages in real-time)
      Search engines rank the resulting documents using an algorithm (mathematical formula) by assigning various weights and ranking factors
    • Search Engines statistics
      Google – 41.6%
      Yahoo – 31.5%
      MSN – 27.4%
      AOL – 13.6%
      Ask Jeeves – 7.0%
    • Why is Search Engine Marketing important?
      85% of all traffic on the internet is referred to by search engines
      90% of all users don’t look past the first 30 results (most only view top 10)
      Search engine traffic is low and websites aren’t indexed because they are generally poorly optimized
      Cost-effective advertising
      Clear and measurable ROI
      Operates under this assumption:
      More (relevant) traffic + Good Conversions Rate = More Sales/Leads
    • What is SEO (Search Engine Optimization)?
      Refers to the process of “optimizing” both the on-page and off-page ranking factors in order to achieve high search engine rankings for targeted search terms.
      Refers to the “industry” that has been created regarding using keyword searching a means of increasing relevant traffic to a website
      Internal Link Structure
      Link Popularity / Relevance
      Key Factors
      Crawl ability / Optimized Code
      Content Relevance
    • On-page & Off-page ranking factors
      Effective On-page SEO may require changes to the HTML source code of a site, SEO tactics may be incorporated into web site development and design. The term "search engine friendly" may be used to describe web site designs, menus, content management systems, images, videos, shopping carts, and other elements that have been optimized for the purpose of search engine exposure.
      Off-page optimization are strategies for search engine optimization that are done off the pages of a website to maximize its performance in the search engines for target keywords related to the page content. Examples of off-page optimization include linking, and placing keywords within link anchor text. Methods of obtaining links can also be considered off-page optimization. These include:
      Press releases
      Article distribution
      Social networking via sites like MySpace, Digg, Twitter, Facebook, Orkut, Slashdot etc
      Link campaigns, such as asking complementary businesses to provide links
      Directory listings
      Link exchanges
      Three-way linking
      One-way linking
      Blogging
      Forum posting
      Multi way linking
      Internet Marketing
    • What is Organic & Non-Organic Search?
      Organic search results are listings on search engine results pages that appear because of their relevance to the search terms, as opposed to their being advertisements. In contrast, non-organic search results may include pay per click advertising.
      Non-Organic/Paid Search/Pay Per Click (PPC) is an Internet advertising model used on websites, in which advertisers pay their host only when their ad is clicked. With search engines, advertisers typically bid on keyword phrases relevant to their target market. Content sites commonly charge a fixed price per click rather than use a bidding system.
    • Pay Per Click
      Pay Per Click
      Where are the Organic/Non-Organic Results?
      Organic
    • Industry Research – Who gets the clicks?
      Organic Clicks vs. Paid Clicks
      The vast majority of clicks -- roughly 60 percent, go to organic listings.
    • Industry Research: Organic SEO is the most popular form of SEM
      Organic SEO is the most popular form of SEM, with almost three-quarters of advertisers using this method, with paid placement a very close second at 71%
    • Industry Research & The case for SEO
      Reasons to conduct SEO
      • The majority of clicks are going to Organic listings.
      • SEO is the most popular form of SEM.
      • SEO provides a high ROI.
      • Many people don’t go past the 1st page in the Search results.
      • Users trust the Natural results to be more relevant to their Search query.
      *Sources: Iprospect Research, eMarketer
    • White hat versus black hat
      A SEO tactic, technique or method is considered white hat if it conforms to the search engines' guidelines and involves no deception. White hat advice is generally summed up as creating content for users, not for search engines, and then making that content easily accessible to the spiders, rather than attempting to game the algorithm. White hat SEO is in many ways similar to web development that promotes accessibility, although the two are not identical.
      Black hat SEO attempts to improve rankings in ways that are disapproved of by the search engines, or involve deception. One black hat technique uses text that is hidden, either as text colored similar to the background, in an invisible div, or positioned off screen. Another method gives a different page depending on whether the page is being requested by a human visitor or a search engine, a technique known as cloaking. Search engines may penalize sites they discover using black hat methods, either by reducing their rankings or eliminating their listings from their databases altogether. Such penalties can be applied either automatically by the search engines' algorithms, or by a manual site review.
    • What is a SEO Algorithm?
      Top Secret! Only select employees of a search engines company know for certain
      Reverse engineering, research and experiments gives SEOs (search engine optimization professionals) a “pretty good” idea of the major factors and approximate weight assignments
      The SEO algorithm is constantly changed, tweaked & updated
      Websites and documents being searched are also constantly changing
      Varies by Search Engine – some give more weight to on-page factors, some to link popularity
    • SEO Process
      Step 1: Discuss Business objectives.
      Step 2: Conduct initial keyword analysis.
      Step 3: Identify the keyword/landing page combinations.
      Step 4: Interim Client Approval for Keyword/Landing Pages.
      Step 5: Baseline Ranking & Traffic reports.
      Step 6: On-site & Off-site optimization.
      Step 7: Detailed Recommendation documents.
      Step 8: Implementation.
      Step 9: Monitoring and Optimizing: We provide monthly reporting and optimization recommendations. The reporting is compared to the baseline (or previous month’s results) to identify trends and help guide additional adjustments.
    • Technical SEO
      Comprehensive Website Analysis
      Keyword Research and Analysis.
      Baseline Ranking report.
      Competitive analysis in Search Engines.
      Content Analysis & SEO Copywriting.
      Analysis of URL structure & information architecture.
      Analysis of internal linking.
      Analysis of source code and page layout.
      Code validation.
      Search Engine Saturation.
      Link Popularity Analysis.
      Link Relevancy & Co-Citation Analysis (Topical Relevancy).
    • Steps to developing a good SEO strategy:
      Research desirable keywords and search phrases (Word Tracker, Overture, Google AdWords)
      Identify search phrases to target (should be relevant to business/market, obtainable and profitable)
      “Clean” and optimize a website’s HTML code for appropriate keyword density, title tag optimization, internal linking structure, headings and subheadings, etc.
      Help in writing copy to appeal to both search engines and actual website visitors
      Study competitors (competing websites) and search engines
      Implement a quality link building campaign
      Add Quality content
      Constant monitoring of rankings for targeted search terms
    • Ranking factors
      On-Page Factors (Code & Content)
      Title tags <title> #3
      Header tags <h1> #5
      ALT image tags #4
      Content is KING (Body text) <body> #1
      Hyperlink text #6
      Keyword frequency & density #2
      Off-Page Factors
      Link Popularity (“votes” for your site) – adds credibility #2
      Anchor text #1
    • Technical SEO - Example of Page Elements
      On-Site Optimization
      Page Title
      Alt-Tags
      Anchor Text
      Navigation
      ryzeup.cominternet marketing
    • Technical SEO - Source Code
      Title Tag
      Meta data
      Javascript
      ryzeup.cominternet marketing
    • Social Media - MySpace Optimization
    • Social Media Marketing and Optimization
      Getting more targeted friends (sort by demographic criteria).
      Leaving “friends” comments.
      Profile Customization.
      Sending Bulletins.
      Sending mass private messages (with banner ad).
      Writing keyword-rich content with outbound links containing keyword-rich anchor text.
      Getting inbound links from websites not on the MySpace domain.
    • Pay Per Click
      • PPC ads appear as “sponsored listings”
      • Companies bid on price they are willing to pay “per click”
      • Typically have very good tracking tools and statistics
      • Ability to control ad text
      • Can set budgets and spending limits
      • Google AdWords and Overture are the two leaders
    • PPC vs. “Organic” SEO
    • Basic Tips & Optimization Techniques
      Research keywords related to your business
      Identify competitors, utilize benchmarking techniques and identify level of competition
      Utilize descriptive title tags for each page
      Ensure that your text is HTML-text and not image text
      Use text links when ever possible
      Use appropriate keywords in your content and internal hyperlinks (don’t overdo!)
      Obtain inbound links from related websites
      Monitor your search engine rankings and more importantly your website traffic statistics and sales/leads produced
      Educate yourself about search engine marketing
    • Measuring SEO success
      Keyword Ranking.
      Website Traffic.
      Increase in "Share of Traffic" per keyword.
      Increased Revenue/keyword.
      Increase in Impressions ( good for Publishers to show advertisers).
      Lower dependence on Paid Search.
      Lowering the cost per acquisition.
    • SEO Toolbox
      “The tool is only as good as the people that use it.”
    • Data source
      Google
    • QUESTIONS
      contact@ryzeup.com
    • ThankYou