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Some people claim that directories and social bookmarking sites can help out with a website's SEO. However, other people claim these backlinks, at least from directories, are a type of paid link which Google dislikes and Bing and Yahoo ignore. Therefore, it won't provide an SEO boost on any major search engine. Note, Google's position on the matter was made clear a few years back. They don't mind quality paid directories, but submission to fly by night cheap directories can signal a red flag with them.
If a person wants to win the SEO game, then they should look into connecting thier websites to Twitter and Facebook accounts. As many people know, a large following on those social media platforms can lead to a large boost in ranking. Note, this statement is true regarding Google, Bing, and Yahoo, though Google's ranking scheme is a bit tougher. Does anyone else have any tips regarding social media and SEO (Search Engine Optimization)? By the way, SEO is the science of making a website rank high in search engine results.
Let's say you wanted to target a certain keyphrase on Google, Yahoo, or Bing when doing either SEO or pay-per-click advertising. In that case, you would you use the BingAds keyword research tool for Bing and Yahoo, and the Adwords one for Google. However, remember Bing and Yahoo don't have as large a search as Google. Does anyone know of any other free tools?