Bringing your website to good positions in major search engines is vital for its popularity. Unfortunately, times are gone when we could think: «if a website useful and well-written, it will automatically become popular». Todays world requires the search engine optimization (SEO) to be done on any website you want to be seen by somebody.
The SEO discipline itself isnt something like science. There are no common theories, which can bring you to desired results. SEO is something about experience: You just should know (and timely recall) hundreds of unrelated facts about each search engine?s «own preferences» about how a «good site» is to look.
The GRSeo software not only knows all those facts, but also automatically checks their applicability to your website. All you need is to open your site pages in software and give up to 10 keywords or phrases you want to be optimized on. GRSeo has «checkers» (set of facts and requirements) about 8 most common search engines and 2 directories, and it will check your pages against all of them. The result of such check will appear as a report with a list of warnings (important flaws in your texts and styles, which can result in low search engine position or even ban as «search spam»), suggestions and tips. Now, all you need is follow the recommendations to fix the warnings and apply the suggestions.
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