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Old 05-11-2006, 06:17 AM
carps carps is offline
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Making website work for search engines

Hi

I've just been charged with looking at our company's website and making it more search engine friendly. I know a *little* bit about stuff like that, but basically I'm a novice.

The company - like everyone else - want to be #1 for 'turf' and 'buy turf online'. The website is www.rolawndirect.co.uk.

We're UK based, and I know this is a north american site, but any advice you guys could give me would be great.

Many thanks

Paul
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Old 05-13-2006, 12:15 AM
topsites topsites is offline
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Man, no offense but that's asking a lot... Lets just say I am happy with a first-page result and if I'm in the top 5 for most anything, that's reason for celebration.

In the meantime, whether this will get you a number one ranking I do not know, and careful what you implement so you don't end up using a blackhat technique, but I find this forum informative, meaning you have to read and do the usual:
http://forums.seochat.com/index.php
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