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What are the top SEO areas where webmasters make mistakes?

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Are you aware of some common SEO areas where most of the webmasters make biggest and most devastating mistakes?
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Following some stupid advises promising fast gain in PR and Rankings.

"No pain no gain" is what it takes to make SEO work.
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Webmaster making mistakes to gain/loss the rankings

1. Creation of personal website networks.
2. Investing on Paid links
3. Buying High PR authority niche websites.
4. The content from the poor content developers
5. Sponsored reviews
6. SMO - Paid signals
7. Buying website traffic from the fake targeted/adult/alexa traffic providers

But all those efforts, Webmasters are taking to beat the Search Engines!
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Posting content below the fold hoping to fool the search engine making it index that content Smile
badboy Offline referral

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Wow thanks you all for your replies. How about posting duplicate content.
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The biggest mistakes by seo Not including the right words on the page, Not using free online resources to learn about how Google works and what SEO is about, Not having a website at all…or having a website that is not “crawlable”, Forgetting to think about the title and description of your most important pages.
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I often see poorly ranked sites that visually contain a lot of text… but the text itself is not of the font variety but graphic. Great eye candy, but forget a high ranking and search engine traffic if that is the only text on a page. I would say at least half my clients used to suffer from overdoing graphic text. The main webmaster culprits for this are (surprise, surprise) adult sites, and also those targeting young markets where it is believed lots of graphics and eye candy is what impresses and sells (handy shops, games console websites, games software sites etc.)

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