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12 Things You Really Should Know About SEO
By: James Doc Lewis
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  • 12 Things You Really Should Know About SEO
  • Was there a...
  • Analyze Web Logs...
  • SEO is not...
  • These preliminaries are...
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    12 Things You Really Should Know About SEO - In this case...

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    In this case, not only is Ignorance not bliss, it could very well be the beginning of the end for your business.

    11. All incoming links are not created equal.
    Both the relevance to your line of business and website subject matter and the PR value of the incoming link determine how valuable they are to your own PR ranking. With Google starting the trend, nothing new there, and most of the others following close behind, the days of grabbing all the inbound links, in any way possible, are gone. Not only will low ranked and/or irrelevant inbound links not help, they will, in fact, cause a penalty. Link farms, free-for-all link schemes, automated link accumulation software, or any other fad that doesn't carefully screen the links and websites they are coming from will, in the long run, do more harm than good.

    12. It's more than just facts and figures.
    The relationship between an online business and SEO is, perhaps, one of the closest of business relationships. In order to be effective, a SEO must know not only the facts and figures pertaining to the endeavor, but s/he must know something of the dreams and aspirations of the business principals. Things which don't normally come out in a prospectus are often invaluable information when searching for the "right fit" into the complex world of the Internet.

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