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Ryan Spoon Discusses Important Startup SEO Tips

Startup SEO efforts can be very daunting if you are entering a crowded territory. When it comes to search engine optimization if you have a fresh, brand new URL it is going to take some serious effort to break through the already existing clutter.

Below is a great slideshow created by Ryan Spoon who is a principal at Polaris Venture Partners and also Dogpatch Labs on the various important elements of SEO for the start up community.

I’m glad to see that Ryan actually presented some pay per click advertising information and social media because too often website owners assume that SEO is strictly rankings and it is not. Rankings are 1 element of search engine optimization. Good SEO is all about visibility online and that visibility can come through a variety of SEM activities.

4 responses to “Ryan Spoon Discusses Important Startup SEO Tips”

  1. Santosh says:

    Hello,

    I really like your post and this article will useful to many to gain some SEO knowledge. If you can post some more tips and tactics then your articles will have ultimate people.  Anyhow thank you once again for this wonderful article.

    Keep on posting which is very useful for SEO Beginners. 

  2. Santosh says:

    Hello,

    I really like your post and this article will useful to many to gain some SEO knowledge. If you can post some more tips and tactics then your articles will have ultimate people.  Anyhow thank you once again for this wonderful article.

    Keep on posting which is very useful for SEO Beginners. 

  3. content writing services says:

    Keywords are the most important thing to concentrate in SEO. It helps in PR.

  4. content writing services says:

    Keywords are the most important thing to concentrate in SEO. It helps in PR.

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