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Thread: Just got a new website built and need SEO help - where do I start??

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    Quote Originally Posted by janefirst View Post
    You need both on page and off page optimization methods for your website.
    Yes sir i agree with you. SEO starts with an On-Page SEO than one can think about Off-line SEO. If someone don't have a good on-page SEO that it is not good to work in Off-page SEO.

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    What would you folks on this thread think about at least making separate pages for the various locations the business serves, as in "https://example.com/dent-repair-oklahoma-city" -- "dent-repair-atlanta" etc, and start building links to those individual pages?

    And since the pages would probably have almost identical content, each page should have a canonical tag in the code, right?

    And Harold, geez, you are a prolific writer! Almost 10,000 posts? Anyway, gotta respect your opinion, so how do you feel about building backlinks for very local businesses whose competition aren't so savvy about SEO, barely have any backlinks, but still rank high just because the competition's sites are even worse?

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    SEO is a long-term process and results are rarely immediate, but the first steps you take after you launch a new website can have a big impact on the website’s potential to rank in Google search for its target keywords and start bringing in traffic, leads and sales.


    1. Structure your website for your target keywords
    2. Make sure each page has great, Google-friendly content
    3. Optimize your title tags for each primary keyword
    4. Add engaging, action-focused meta descriptions
    5. Set up Google Analytics and add your website to Google’s Search Console
    6. Reach out to friends and influencers to build links


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