Do your keyphrase research to find industry specific and highly searched keyphrases. Make yourself some keyphrase targets.
Analyze your keyphrase competitors; check their coding, internal linking structure, backlinks etc.
Revolve a website around your keyphrase targets.
Read up on how to properly optimize your on-site webpage components.
Deploy a powerful internal linking structure.
It is understood that you should try to create unique, evolving and important content. Exceptional content will encourage incoming link building.
If you want to concern yourself with influencing off-site factors that will expediate your quest for top spots, rather than go out hunting for incoming links or creating useless articles/comments, create yourself an additional website/blog if you can justify them have unique marketing agendas. Make sure they contain unique cointent and in no way mimic your mother web site. Then focus on their on-site optimizable webpage components.
Do this for a while and you'll get pretty close to the very top spot in practically any keyphrase competition.
except from the usual ways of SEO like the social bookmarking, forum and blog comments, article submissions etc.,
Other helpful ways also in doing an SEO to your site is that, submit a reviews for books and products that you have read like amazon.com. Creating an account on squidoo.com and have a comments to other lens and sending your products for free to other sites in exchange for a product review.
I tried it on my site and the results so far so good in gaining traffic...
There are different ways to prepare your website for web traffic and to make Search Engine friendly website.
You need to make complete SEO plain.
1. optimize your website properly.
2. submit your website to different Search Engine. ( although it didn't need in some cases if you optimize your website properly.)
3. Try to pass some comments on dofollow blogs.
4. write articles and submit them to article website.
Also try to generate XML site map for your website.
On-Page Optimization - it deals with the proper use of meta tags, title tags, heading (h1/h2 tags), alt attributes, description and keywords.
Off-Page Optimization - it deals with building links. Social bookmarking, link exchange, article and directory submissions, blog commenting, forum posting, classified ads, and press release are just some of the techniques that falls under Off-Page.
1. Choosing a good domain name, template, and niche for your site
2. Keyword Research
3. Analyse your possible competitors
4. Directory Submission
5. Social Bookmarking
6. Article Submission
7. Link Popularity