stacey's Avatar, Join Date: Jan 2011
Don’t add the keyword stuffing more than 2%.
nancy01's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2010
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SEO friendly content is just content that was written with some attention paid to how a search engine might see the content.
iamconsulting's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2011
Newbie Member
I've been doing seo for a number of years now and the relatively new practice is to not use the meta keywords tag at all. It both gives your competition a peak at what keywords you're trying to rank for and search engines no longer use them.
jaisonvincent's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2011
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Check keyword density is over
Check content of site is duplicate
Check the HTML errors in W3C checker
Use a fevicon for the site
Use GZIP for compressing the site
Avoid java script, PHP and flash animations from site
Use RSS file for site
Use do follow in Meta tag
Check all the internal links to pages are working
denishverma's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2010
Denish Verma- SEO Expert
just go to woorank and then put your website.
You can get a short analysis of your website - SEO friendly .

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Nice checklist. The URL length should not exceed 180 characters. The shorter URL, the better.
seowebsdesigning's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2011
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Use unique content for websie and do not uses any type of duplicacy in meta tags.
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Search engine friendly website design
No duplicate content
Unique Title tags and Meta tags placement
Sitemap Creations
Search engine submissions
Directory submissions
Press release writing and submissions
Quality link building development
Article writing and Submissions
diagenodesa's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2011
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Add an RSS feed and ROR sitemap for the site. Add site in webmaster tool and analytics. Submit sitemap and RSS feed in webmaster. Use fresh content in site and correct keyword density in content of site.
dreski's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2011
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I've used a few programs to help me with that, the one that seems to give me the best results is Ibp. iT looks at your competition "Who already ranks" in the serps and says based on what they like, (Google, Bing, Yahoo) you should make the adjustments to help you rank. There is only one draw back to that approach that I see, while it tells you in a comparisons sense, what you should do to match what they do, it doesn't say how to outrank them, which I think we all hope to do. For example, we all know we need links, but it doesn't say...how many links or the PR pages you needs to do that, that would be useful. Even though you would only know that as of the day you analyzed the site. The next day Google or the other serps could have found more links for that site that they didn't have there the day you looked, so that's why maybe there don't do it. This would still be a useful tool if something existed like that.