Last time you where looking
for a website on that special topic you most probably used a Search
Engine like Google, Yahoo, MSN Search etc. You typed in one or more keywords
and like magic hundreds of web pages or sites came up and
you probably found what you were looking for. You can
register your website for free with these search engines
so surfers will find your site too. In this website
I will not go into all the details about the Search Engine basics but
give you some links where you can learn the basics and some forums that
will keep you up to date with the latest changes.
Learn the Basics:
A website that will give you the basics and teach you the SE 101 and
some optimization tips.
Pandia Search Engine Marketing 101
A beginner's guide to search engine optimization and promotion
Great site that has a ton of info including blogs, forums and daily news
articles about the SE's.
Search Engine Marketing Guide
Some good articles here and tips how to get started
Google Information for Webmasters
Google offers here a good overview of what they recommend including what
you should not do.
New and Improved 10 Tips to the Top
Googles Page Rank Explained
What is page rank, how is it calculated and some good tips.
Successful Site in 12 Months with Google Alone
Excellent article on how to start, what to look for and how to grow your
web site's traffic.
This is a must read if you want to get traffic.
Tips to the Top of the Search Engines
Having a Web site that gets found in Google and the other engines isn't
hard to do, but it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here are ten
tips to get you started.
Engine Submission Tips
And here you can submit your
sites to the search engines
Some great Forums to stay on
top of what's going on:
Huge website of great quality with tons of forums for webmasters from
search engines to many other topics.
Things can change each
day and what's good today might be outdated tomorrow, so its a good idea
to read up each day what other webmasters write about and to network and participate
in the discussions. Remember the only constant on the web is constant