Before You Start: Assumptions About Your Site

September 2nd, 2007 • By:  • On-Site SEO, The Basics

Before we head down any search engine optimization path, we need to make some assumptions about your site. 

We assume it is a real site that provides a product, information or service of interest to your visitors.  We hope that it is not a porn site, warez site or any other site that is just not doing the right thing.

We also assume that you are the "webmaster" or have easy access to your webmaster if changes are required based on our SEO recommendations.

Lastly, we assume you care enough about your site, that you are willing to commit and hour or so every business day to tell the world about it — thus building links and driving traffic to it.

If our assumptions are right, you have come to the right place.  Lets get started with your SEO plan.

[tags] search engine optimization, seo recommendation, webmaster [/tags]

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