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Posted 3-Sep-12 17:11pm
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In short:
SEO is the collection of techniques and practices that allow a site to get more traffic from search engines (Google, Yahoo, Microsoft)
 
SEO can be divided into two main areas:
off-page SEO (work that takes place separate from the website) and
on-page SEO (website changes to make your website rank better).
 
Get more detailed description here[^]
 
Also refer
SEO Tutorial[^]- InlineSEO.com
SEO Tutorial[^]- seo-gold.com
 
Found it on a simple google[^] search, along with 7,710,000 results.
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D-Kishore at 4-Sep-12 1:38am
   
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SEO=SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION
Try GOOGLE BEFORE YOU POST QUESTION
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D-Kishore at 4-Sep-12 1:39am
   
Yes you should try google
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Now-a-days, SEO is one of the general term to be known by many of the business persons. It is the most frequent method used to promote our business products through using tactics. There is a numerous benefit will be there with seo. It helps to optimize the keyword in various search engines and gives the best output. For that, We have to maintain more quality content in the promotion websites
 
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Wes Aday at 8-Apr-14 7:39am
   
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Why ask this question if you find so much answers provided even in the Wikepedia?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search_engine_optimization[^]
 
You may also want to read up on:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spamdexing[^]
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