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    Hi i am pretty new to SEO can someone give me a wesite that teaches beginners everything about search engine optimization? For example submitting to directories, Building incoming and out going link and improving PR rankings! I need a beginners guide!

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    I may recommend xxxhttp://www.seochat.com and xxxhttp://www.sitepoint.com . They contain very useful articles and forums.

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    SitePoint is good forum! You can also visit Matt Cutt's blog for latest about google.......
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    Hello

    1. If you use an external link (is a link pointed to another casino site or other site.) like this
    HTML Code:
    <a href="http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/redir.cgi?id=N&member=plusplus&profile=468x60k5"><img src=””></a>
    It’s very important to hide your id in this link use this code to hide this link:
    onMouseOver="window.status='Vegas Red Casino';return true;" onMouseOut="window.status='Online Casinos';return true;"
    and always use this tag: target=”_blank” in links. It means that if you click on this link it will be opened in a new window and your site won’t be closed
    So, your link 
    <a href="http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/redir.cgi?id=N&member=plusplus&profile=468x60k5"> <img alt="Click here to play!" src="http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/banner.cgi?id=N&member=plusplus&profile=468x60k5"/></a> will be written such as:
    <a href=http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/redir.cgi?id=N&member=Tonyweb&profile=468x60k5 onMouseOver="window.status='Vegas Red Casino';return true;" onMouseOut="window.status='Online Casinos';return true;"
    target=”_blank” title=”Vegas Red Online Casino”> 
    <img alt="Click here to play online casino!" src="http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/banner.cgi?id=N&member=plusplus&profile=468x60k5"/></a>
    to hide alt =....... what can I do ?

    HTML Code:
    <img alt="Click here to play online casino!" src="http://banner.vegasred.com/cgi-bin/banner.cgi?id=N&member=plusplus&profile=468x60k5"/></
    The site www.onlinexcasinos.com has all the information that an online casino gamer needs. Information on the best online casinos . Read the casino game rules, history and gaming strategy of all online casino game. Read the software and payment option review. Online flash casino.
    review exchanges with websites about casinos on blog.onlinexcasinos.com.

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    Try this page in Wikipedia for some nice links to various sites.

    xxhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search_engine_optimization

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    xxxhttp://forums.site-reference.com/
    Small, but with quality posters and easy to follow

    xxxhttp://www.associateprograms.com/discus/index.php
    All topics from blogging to SE, articles etc .

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    www.seomoz.org blog and article are also good to read!
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    I want to say "thank you" but you read my post...

    My questions is clear :

    to hide alt =....... what can I do ?
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    how can I hide one external link ?
    The site www.onlinexcasinos.com has all the information that an online casino gamer needs. Information on the best online casinos . Read the casino game rules, history and gaming strategy of all online casino game. Read the software and payment option review. Online flash casino.
    review exchanges with websites about casinos on blog.onlinexcasinos.com.

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    You can delete the alt="xxx" tag if you want or replace the text relating to the alt tag with any other text you want.

    This is often used to assist SEO efforts but can be overdone.

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    Just a little advice from a noob.

    When you are just starting out, trust no one.

    I.E. Go on your favorite search engine and look up SEO. Spend a few weeks sifting through the results. Read. Learn. Take what makes sense in. Reject the crap.

    Then, and only then ask questions. Otherwise, and I think you'll agree, those initial questions are empty. Why? Simply because the knowledge to understand the meaning of those questions is not at hand until you educate yourself, by yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR_Ewing View Post
    Just a little advice from a noob.

    When you are just starting out, trust no one.

    I.E. Go on your favorite search engine and look up SEO. Spend a few weeks sifting through the results. Read. Learn. Take what makes sense in. Reject the crap.

    Then, and only then ask questions. Otherwise, and I think you'll agree, those initial questions are empty. Why? Simply because the knowledge to understand the meaning of those questions is not at hand until you educate yourself, by yourself.
    100% agree with you, you are right. Yes it's necessary to learn, learn and learn to have some success with search engines.

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