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Topic # 9010 13-Aug-2006 21:42
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Hello, names KJ

im new to geekzone, im been working on a project as my own business

its a  dating website  called

sinces im not TOO good at programming , its made from my codes + source codes of the net,
id love to hear your feed back if you visit and how i can improve it.

maybe how can i get higher pagerank etc coz i am very new to this.

Please register even you not a onliner dater jsut to get me started as a support,

i also work as a sales n account manager for a Apple Reseller, so im not really a PC guy lol

thanks people

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Reply # 43863 13-Aug-2006 22:19
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Welcome to Geekzone... If you are interested in finding more about ranking, SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), etc, I suggest you visit forums such as for example. You will need to spend many hours reading, there are lots to learn. Other than this, there are companies that provide this kind of services.

Ranking most of the times comes with content. Date sites are not very content rich and require membership to access some pages, making it harder for search engine bots to find content in the site. It's a very personal thing, and if you can't get traffic through word of the mouth, it's hard...

And this is a lot of advice, for free.

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 43864 13-Aug-2006 22:22
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thnx freitasm

lol yea anysort of advice is a asset to me.

il go read up on that website for SEO help. 

i personally think i have a good website but just gotta let people know it exists.

well,m good luck to me lol

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