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    hi, i'm new to this site and i need help. i work for an academic institution(a university) and i'm in-charge of improving the webometric ranking of the school. i need people to help analyze this site and help come up with solutions to improve our webometric ranking. . its university of lagos, u can pls google it up for the URL cos i can't post it here.

    Thanks all.
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    Probably best posting this in the site review section of the site.
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    Originally Posted by barlow1984
    Probably best posting this in the site review section of the site.
    You are correct but not lots of members here show their interest in reviewing website for SEO.
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    I guess its because most people would normally either charge or generate buiness from that kind of lead.

    From my experiance the board is about helping with specific questions rather than here is my site, how do I SEO it?

    At the end of the day thats how the full time SEO's earn their money, so why give it away for free?
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    Originally Posted by barlow1984
    From my experiance the board is about helping with specific questions rather than here is my site, how do I SEO it?
    That is exactly the reason. No one minds helping for free, as we've all been helped freely.

    The kicker is that most are unwilling to help someone that is not willing to help themselves first. And that's why specific questions are best. They show that the webmaster has already taken an interest, has already gone out and done some research. It doesn't even matter if the question is completely bogus and 100% wrong - because they've at least attempted looking into it.

    OP - If you're really interested in learning how to SEO for yourself, then take some time to read some sticky notes around here. Start tweaking title tags, building links, producing content that makes a difference, and try learning something.

    There will most definitely be questions along the way, and that is why people are here.

    If you don't want to take the time to look into it yourself, then you may want to consider hiring someone to either consult you, or to do the work for you.

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