SEO strategies for 2007

by Donna Fontenot December 26th, 2006 

Looking back on 2006, I can see that I've had some successes and some failures in my SEO strategies. Most of the failures centered around lack of interest and/or time, while some involved technical "oopsies" on my part. Most of the successes had much to do with concentration and investment of time to a project.

Now, it's time for me to begin planning for 2007. There are some things I'd like to change. There are some sites that I intend to give more attention to. There are ideas floating in my head that I want to bring to fruition. There are some projects that I'm going to let go of. However, I don't think I'm going to change any actual optimization tactics, unless of course major changes get thrown at us. Instead, I'm going to focus on changing perspectives and priorities. My gut is speaking to me about priorities, so I think I'll listen.

What about you? Without sharing your deepest secrets, what are your SEO strategies for 2007?

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One Response to “SEO strategies for 2007”

  1. McD says:

    Well, don't tell anyone, but…

    What I'm hoping to do is take websites that don't know well enough to employ simple, common standard practices like the proper usage of title/meta tags and alt attributes- and combine the restructuring of their web presence with sound advice on how to compete in their niche markets. I'll also coach them on content creation and delivery practices, as well as link building strategies, so that their website will (in time) be viewed more favorably by the Search Engines.

    I suppose you could call it a kind of Streamlineology… Result Oriented Web Search Burgeoning, Understanding, and Dynamic Streamlineology – or R.O.W.S.B.U.D.S, if you will. It's what all the Internet Marketing gurus will be calling this industry in 2007, so you'd better get on the band wagon.

    Oh, crap. I've said too much.

    *runs off to register rowsbuds-scoop.com*