Introduction of Seach Engine Optimization (SEO)

Introduction of SEO

This is a full course of SEO marketing, we will learn in this course about all Digital SEO marketing with the best authentic technique that will be constant in the future. Before, we will discuss the birth of google search engine optimization (SEO) in SERP.

Purpose Of SEO

When was born Search engine optimization (SEO) in google?. What was the main purpose of SEO for online workers on SERP?. Why was it important to search engine marketing (SEM) for websites and other fresh content in a website?

Birth Of SEO

For all those reasons Search engine optimization (SEO) was born in 1991 for new websites on SERP. It was the main purpose to promote and optimize all websites and content on Google.

Google Algorithm

So this time has been created a lot of websites and uploaded a lot of content on google. For this reason, Google has created an Algorithm factor, to give ranking, value, quality websites, content and other platforms. The need for structure & accessibility started from here of digital marketing SEO.

Old Name Of Google

The main game started with Search engine optimization (SEO) in 1996. When Larry Page & Brin, building most successful in Backrub. Backrub was the old name of Google. After, Larry Page & Brin called a new name of Google.

What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a best practice of your website to give ranking, increase traffic and creates Do-Follow Backlinks in the Algorithm SERP.

There are three Techniques of SEO

⦁ On-Page SEO
⦁ Off-Page SEO
⦁ Technical SEO


All techniques are White Hat SEO
⦁ On-Page SEO is a technique in a website, you can change all content inside of your website.
⦁ Off-Page SEO main purpose is to help your website and increase traffic, creates high-quality backlinks from other websites.
⦁ Technical SEO is a technique of your website, It is a related non-Content element in a website. It is the main purpose to increase your website page speed.

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