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Before you begin optimizing a website what research do you do? And How?
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I check out my competition first and i also check wordtracker.com for the keyword.


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First of all you should start to check your website design, its layour, its content, then starts competitor research on your targeted key phrases, then select the right keyword for your site related.
Then check its internal links, external links, its meta tags, sitemap

etc. you can do in optimization for your site.
Right optimizaiton gives you a high rank on net and also increase your sell online
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From beginning to start optimization of your site you have to check out your competitor on the net on your targeted keywords.
Then and then you can start optimize your site.
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1.Study your site.
2.Research keywords and make list of keywords releted to your site or product.
3.Write a good discription about your product and services.
4.Use your most important keyword in title tag.
5.Optimize meta tag.
6.Search engine submission.
7.Directory submission.
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These steps also I did for my new site. It's effective.
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First of all I will research on my target keywords,
I'll make sure I have a quality content!
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Look for a target keyword..
make sure its a competitive one with a higher quantity of searches.
See my competition,.

Then work on its on and off page optimization
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i just recently find this one.. it could help..

http://www.ozzu.com/sutra452278.html#452278
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i would suggest one other thing to you. Unless you run a huge company that can afford a big SEO budget.. try looking for more rare keywords. ones that do not have much competition so you could easily go to the top for them... keywords that are used only a thousand times a day( or a little more, depending on the money you want to spend ) cause this thousand times a nearly 90% visitors if you go to 1 place in the results for such a rare key-phrase.. of course, try be as targeted as possible...
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Keyword research is important and i would agree with the above posts to look for more rare and therefore less competitive keywords, try the Google keyword research tool https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal. Another idea is to try popular miss spelt words (i.e instead of accommodation try accomodation)

Another thing i do is build a link campaign to improve my search engine position and the best way to start this is to see what websites your competitors link to and try and link to them, use a tool such as http://www.checkyourlinkpopularity.com/ to do this easily.
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First and foremost before SEOing your site. you must have a site analysis..
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^ Yes. Basically, it's the site analysis - comprises of target market, niche, KW look-up, etc.

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