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You might have the greatest business ever to grace the web, but the fact is that most people find websites through search engines and if your search engine rankings for keywords relating to your business are low, you are losing out on lots of potential customers. These tips will help you improve that all-important PageRank.

Submit your site! Many website owners overlook this simple method. Go to the search providers you know and trust, and submit your site to them. Doing this can give you the jump-start you need to start moving to a higher volume of readers. Don’t forget to submit to search directories as well.

Search engine optimization is a tool to improve a web site’s visibility in search engine results. An optimized web site will help to keep your product or service in the first page or two of search engine results. After all, a web site doesn’t do much good if no one can find it.

Although you may outsource some of the work, SEO is still your primary job as a site owner. This means you will have to oversee the process, as tedious as it may seem at times. You cannot let the little details slip by you. One wrong keyword or a broken link today could lead to a poorly ranked site tomorrow. So be sure to stay on top of things and micromanage your site.

Add descriptive text to all hyperlinks that explains what the linked content is about. This makes it easier for visitors and search engines to understand where the link takes them. The link should include keywords that describe the content on the page so that search engines will associate that page with those keywords.

Any idea in the world is only as good as how you choose to implement it. This definitely rings true when talking about SEO and online business. Before you attempt to build and launch a site, make sure that you’re following the tips you just read in the above article. A failure to do so may result in a failure to take off.