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Eric Bernard asked: Search Engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL and Ask are the tools people use to find the products and services they want from the Internet. Search Engines can present a huge numbers of results as the number of web pages in the Internet is in the billions. If you can get your site to the top of a search engine result, make it “search engine friendly” or get high ranking on Google, your page views would increase dramatically and therefore your number of customers will increase substantially as your site becomes easier to find. Track your SEO with ease

floridasun5 asked: I have heard so many bad horror stories about some of these SEO firms ripping people off and costing them a fortune, but not getting any better rankings in return. Are there any legitimate, reputable firms out there that anyone can direct me to? I've read all about SEOs, ranking, optimization, etc. I have optimized my site the best I know how, but I think it still needs a lot of help and I dont have the know-how, time or interest to delve into that area on my own. I only will want to pay for a service if it

jbishum asked: I'm the webmaster of an airsoft website that's seen much success in the past 5-6 months with search engine rankings. It's been on the first page results for several of the biggest search engine's for many of my top keywords. I was receiving lots of traffic from search engines (google esp.) until just about a week ago when my website simply dropped off the map on It's still listed, but it went from 1st page results to "I can't even find them" results. About a month ago I became a member of a traffic exchange program to help boost my

Ying T asked: SEO-newbie question, to get a sense of what fraction of the 'market" for a given longtail keyword (say, from one month's search) should land on a website that has a first page search engine ranking for that term. 20%? 80%? Are the top five results almost guaranteed to be clicked through? Etc.Don't waste time tracking your SEO efforts

kingryanarthur asked: I want to know if it's possible to purchase a domain name, put up a website and get ranked for a set of keywords in under a month. People talk of the Google Sandbox and I understand that it's in a search engine's best interest to make sure that a website will "stand the test of time" before ranking them well in their rankings, but what of sites that are brand new, but have valuable information on them? I know you can buy your way into directories and to the top of search engines with PPC marketing. However, this question is about