Search Engine

Posted on March 30

This book shows you how to increase your web popularity, page rank, website visitor retention and internet sales through building backlinks, using link exchanges, search engine submissions, directory manual submissions, social media (i. e. RSS, forums, groups, blogging, vlogging, photoblogging, social networking sites (Facebook, MySpace etc), paid inclusion, pay-per-click, paid submissions, banner advertising, banner exchanges, news and PR article submissions, podcasting, doorway pages, referrals, affiliate networks and affiliation, eCourses, eBooks, foreign language search engines, free and low cost advertising websites, conventional marketing methods (such as, billboards, building wrapping, inflatables, vehicle wrapping, aerial banners, posters, radio and television), campaign monitoring, SEO campaign fine-tuning and more.

Search Engine

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5 Responses

  1. eileen leroux
    March 30th, 2010

    GENIUS! There is no other way to describe it. If I had this book six years ago, I could have saved myself months of frustration, aggravation, money, hair pulling and my sanity. After all that, I still did not know half of what is complied into this book. The book is written for everyone and easy for anyone to understand. This information will save you time again and again. Not to mention money. After reading it, I realized all the books I have on this subject, and they are many, have just a trickle of information needed.

    This is a phenomenal book and delves deeply into Search Engine Optimization. Literally a gold mine for anyone who is new to building a website; right on up to the experienced web master. I could go on and on, but why. Experience this for yourself. Once through this book is not enough. Now, excuse me while I get back to my reading and working on my website.
    Rating: 5 / 5


  2. C. Brown
    March 30th, 2010

    From start to finish Samuel Blankson takes you through everything you need to know to understand using the internet for your web site. I found this book very easy to read; being in language that anyone could grasp. The statistics were an added interest to me. Samuel Blankson kept his book at a decent length to hold my interest. The order of the topics flowed perfectly. I would highly recommend this book to anyone that wants an in-depth understanding of search engine optimization.
    Rating: 5 / 5


  3. Stanley Stafford
    March 30th, 2010

    I didn’t know much about SEO when I first read this book, just a few basic ideas. I had ran a Google search and looked up a few details about it and thought that there wasn’t much involved with it. Having said that, as someone who is creating a new website in the near future, I am grateful that I came across this book when I did. “SEO – How To Optimize Your Web Site For Internet Search Engines” is a wealth of knowledge on what and what not to do when trying to market your website.

    For more experienced internet users, you may be able to skim through or skip completely through the first chapter of this book that describes the internet, search engines and how they work. But even these pages are useful in giving examples of search engines and listing which are the most used. However, starting with Chapter 2, Blankson begins providing detailed information on how to market and optimize your website. The book goes through how to improve SEO of your website while creating and also how to improve it after the website is complete.

    In terms of creating your website, Blankson discusses in depth domain names, META tags, sitemaps, boosting, hiding, linking and encryption. Having never created a website before this information was extremely valuable to me, especially since he explains the basics and more advanced uses of each, explaining how they can be used to improve the SEO of a website. In addition to explaining how to make the most of these tools, Blankson also lists frowned upon ways of improving SEO, including ways that my get you blacklisted or produce reduced rankings among various search engines.

    The next sections of the book explain how to use various items on the web to improve the marketability of your website. A few of the areas discussed include: Infosites, Bulletin Boards, Social Networks, Wikis, and Blogs. This was probably the most useful part of the book to me, because this is a part of SEO that I hadn’t even considered for my website until I read this book. Later chapters, explain how to track and monitor the progress using these tools have made upon your website.

    The last section of the book discusses how to make money on your website through advertising and endorsements. This part of the book wasn’t too useful to me, because for the website I’m going to be creating, these areas are not applicable. But for those looking for information on how to make money through their website in these ways, there is an abundance of information included.

    Besides the actual information on SEO included in this book, the appendices included at the end are almost worth buying the book for. They include a multitude (hundreds) of useful URL’s ranging on a variety of subjects from blogging sites, traffic exchange sites, Infosites, free ad posting sites, polling sites, networking sites, and more. The many URLS included in these appendices and throughout the book in general, have more than doubled the number of Favorite sites I have saved.

    Overall, I think this book has all the information you would need on SEO if you are planning on improving the marketability of a new website or an existing one. I know that I’m looking forward to using the information I learned for my new site.

    Rating: 5 / 5


  4. Brittany Costello
    March 30th, 2010

    This book was exact I be possible had come what necessary for beginners to try concerning the basics and the details of the search engine world. I would highly recommend purchase of this book, had been not only written it clearly, but break understand it all therefore were easy. Of the allemaal.&amp experience at the beginners, have; #13; Rating: 5/5


  5. Laura M. Horodyski
    March 30th, 2010

    I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to attract more activity to their website but don’t know where to start. The author wrote this book for beginners taking in to consideration that beginners no very little about the acronyms of the industry. Many times when reading a book, not know much on the subject I walked away with more questions then when I started. Not the case with this book! All your answers will be answered and explained in a way you can understand.
    Rating: 5 / 5




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