By: Karan Maur
SEO is all about understanding how search engines work and what people are actually searching for.
It's important to keep your keywords relevant to your topic, and to make sure your content is easy to read and relevant to your audience.
Don't stuff your keywords into your content - this will only make it harder to read and will likely get you penalized by search engines.
Make use of social media, including blogs, microblogs, and social networking sites, to promote your content.
Use external sources to build links to your content, but be sure to use relevant and trustworthy sources.
Regularly update your content to ensure that it remains relevant and fresh.
Keep an eye on your competition, and learn from what they're doing right - and wrong.
Always be testing and tweaking your content and website to see what works best.
Pay attention to your website's analytics to see what's working and what needs improvement.
And finally, don't forget to have patience - SEO takes time and there is no shortcut to success.