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    adtraka109
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    adtraka109, post: 48757 wrote:
    On-page factor – is optimization of a website’s content, text, tags, links and other elements. It also refers to website implementation strategies to optimize position of a website in search results of particular words or phrases.

    Off-page factor – refers to optimization strategies outside of your website’s design such as link building (development of back links) with authoritative sites with relevant content.

    I’m having hard times figuring out their difference and how can I apply on-page and off-factor to my website. Your help is highly appreciated. Thanks.

    I will love to reply, but you are only posting this to get a lame backlink – so I’m pretty sure you already know the answer…

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    Hi there

    I wish I knew what you are talking about. All this SEO I hear about is like black magic to me. I hear it all the time, everyone’s talking about it but I have only a very very vague idea. Is it about “key words” in the text ?

    I would so appreciate if someone could translate it to “normal” lingo for me what this is all about.

    rgds

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    he is asking what makes a higher difference, to optimize your site… (the job you do IN your site) vs the amount of links you build to your site.

    So in theory he is asking how to combine both efforts.

    The problem is that the user that started the Thread… is not a REAL user…
    or I doubt he is.

    He is posting a link with a keyword to his site…
    He is a brand new user
    He’s website is in fact about marketing and optimization.

    Therefor… I believe the “user” is nothing more than a spammer.

    mmm may be I’m wrong.

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    Lol Its annoying because its a decent topic. Someone should just delete his post but leave the thread.

    I’d say
    You can’t have one the other you need both.
    Onsite SEO reaches a plateau
    Offsite SEO has no limit

    Onsite SEO can get you to the top if you have no competition
    If you have competition you need Offsite SEO

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    Samot, post: 48766 wrote:
    Lol Its annoying because its a decent topic. Someone should just delete his post but leave the thread.

    Done! And I’ve removed the hyperlink from the quote in Gab’s post too :P

    Please feel free to use the Report post button any time you come across posts that concern you and we’ll jump on the boards ASAP and clean ’em up.

    Have a good evening all,
    Jayne

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