The Dirt on Organic SEO

Organic or Natural? No, it’s not about getting elbows deep in dirt; however, organic SEO is about a planting and growing process in order to get your site listed in search engines.   Expect that if you plan to invest time today in sowing your seeds of effort, it may take weeks, even up to months for that seed to sprout. As patience is a virtue, begin by weekly maintaining whatever you can handle. Some SEO techniques that can help your site get noticed are through search engine submissions, web/blog/article directories and social book marking sites. If you submit to one of each of the aforementioned suggestions, then your divided efforts will be even stronger than a bulk of work on one day of the week.

Submitting your sites on various article directories or social booking marking sites is not a one-time deal. It is important to set aside some time following up and focusing on what is working best with your site. If you ensure that your working links are linked with higher page ranked sites, your site will also rank higher and therefore you will be moving ever closer to the front page of a search engine.

It will also be a good idea to check if all of your back links are working properly. As back-linking is strongly upheld by good SEO practices, liberally submit your links to other sites of higher ranking and lower ranking on the alexia scale.

In all, don’t be afraid to roll up your sleeves and get organic!



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