SEO for Yahoo

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SEO for Yahoo
« on: 05-29-2010, 03:11:57 »
What are some basic ways to Optimize my site for the Yahoo search engine and how will this effect my Google rankings if I change around my site for Yahoo?  Thanks

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Re: SEO for Yahoo
« Reply #1 on: 06-07-2010, 02:42:03 »
Tips for Yahoo SEO optimization:

1) Register your domains for 2-5 years, not 1 year
2) Avoid buying domains with multiple dashes
3) Do begin to obtain RELEVANT links from high authority pages and directories as soon as possible for both new and old sites
4) Beware who you link out to and do not participate in link exchanges with non-related content sites
5) Have a plan in place to update your site regularly with new content and shuffle featured content (e.g. homepage features) regularly. This will encourage more search engine spider activity and faster updates of your site.
6) Do use Yahoo Site Explorer (beta) to monitor your site to see how many pages are indexed and to analyze the links to your site
7) Do write unique quality articles and submit them to article directories
8 ) Do use press releases and submit the to places like
9) Do not buy ROS (run of site links)
10) Build your links and submit to directories gradually.
11) Standard onpage SEO is enough (title tags with keywords, h1 for heading, static url, proper internal link structure, sitemap, deep content, article content focusing on the search tail and funnel pagerank back up to category pages).
12) Avoid search engine forums and areas where kids and beginners with no experience spread bogus rumors.

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Re: SEO for Yahoo
« Reply #2 on: 05-26-2017, 09:19:01 »
Register your domains for 2-5 years, not 1 year

I’ve read this absolutely everywhere from every SEO expert I find, including me! I don’t know when I first heard about it, but it makes complete sense and if you want to know why buy my upcoming e-book on SEO for blogs. Early last year for some of the domains I have really committed projects behind, I renewed for multiple years – 5 years or more. This is also a good thing so you don’t lose a domain because you never received the renewal email.

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Re: SEO for Yahoo
« Reply #3 on: 06-14-2017, 11:04:40 »
It is becoming increasingly important to optimize for Bing, Yahoo and Google, especially because of the major changes that are being made with the different browsers, so cover all of your bases to ensure your SEO strategies include optimizing for all the top search engines.


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