How My Mother Built a #1 Ranked Website in 8 Days Today I thought it might be fun to look at the stages people go through in their quest for SEO knowledge. As with anything you set out to learn in life, you don’t get from point A to point Z without touching upon all those letters in between. This is why every day for the past 7 or 8 years I see the same search engine optimization questions asked over and over again by people in the various stages of learning. The search engines may change through the years, but people just finding out about SEO all tend to go through a similar growth process. The Submittal Stage Generally you get interested in search engine marketing after you have a Website created; you’ve got something looking good and open for business. You pay your designer, and suddenly it hits you…now what? How do I get people to actually find and use my site? So you turn to your designer who directs you to your server control panel, which comes with an automated search engine submit button. The Meta Tag Stage The next day _grin_ you wake up and still have no visitors. So you do some research and find out that you need to add keywords to something called Meta tags. You find some automated Meta tag generator online, add its output to your site, and then crank up the automated submissions. Then you wait, and wait, and wait some more. Hmm…you still have no hits to the ole hit counter (except the daily one from your checking it, and the one from when you sent your old college roommate to see

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