Do Search Engines Scare You?

Written by Elaine Currie, BA (Hons)

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Web site owners act as ifrepparttar search engines are neighbourhood dignitaries: "We must tidy up,repparttar 142007 search engines are coming to visit". An anxious time follows while your website, brushed, polished and optimised torepparttar 142008 best of your ability, waits to greet these visitors. The most respected visitor is Googlebot. He causes most anxiety and is renowned for being unpredictable. Webmasters try to analyserepparttar 142009 "Googledance" inrepparttar 142010 hope of making Googlebot's visit enjoyable. If we can getrepparttar 142011 mighty Googlebot to dance instead of merely crawling, he might give us a good report, but Googlebot can't seem to decide what algorithm he prefers. How are you supposed to get his feet tapping? Unfortunately,repparttar 142012 search engines are notrepparttar 142013 most communicative visitors and you only realise they have carried out their examination when something (either good or bad) happens to your protégé's page rank.

The search engines are not like your school teacher who gives you a class test, they are more likerepparttar 142014 university Board Of Examiners: when you have passed or failed their test, you will never get to know which questions you got right or where your weakness lies. Further improvement will have to be a matter of guesswork but suppose your guess is wrong? You might destroyrepparttar 142015 very things which met withrepparttar 142016 search engines’ approval. Then you hear thatrepparttar 142017 search engines don’t agree amongst themselves, so what pleases some of them might lose you points with others. Which ones should you try hardest to impress? Should you turn your website into some sort of private Googledancer and risk offendingrepparttar 142018 rest ofrepparttar 142019 robots? Would it be better to try to please one or two ofrepparttar 142020 larger search engines or a big bunch ofrepparttar 142021 lesser ones? Finally you hear a rumour thatrepparttar 142022 search engines are changing their secret rules anyway but nobody knows whatrepparttar 142023 changes will entail. You despair of ever satisfyingrepparttar 142024 masters of your fate, you feel as if you are stumbling around inrepparttar 142025 dark. Panic takes you over.

Should you be afraid of search engines?

Anybody in his right mind should be afraid, very afraid.

This is one of a series of articles published by the author, Elaine Currie, BA(Hons) at For honest advice on working from home subscribe to Online Profits newsletter by mailto:huntingvenus@SubscribeMeNow

Escaping The Matrix

Written by The-WezeeMall-Know-It-All

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The good news is that has done most ofrepparttar work for you. When searching for top-selling products to sell CBCatalog automatically displaysrepparttar 141881 products that currently haverepparttar 141882 highest conversion rates(ie;sellrepparttar 141883 most)ranging in order starting withrepparttar 141884 top ten. You can sign up to resell these products/promote that same site easily by creating a userneme withrepparttar 141885 CBCatalog system giving you an unique URL to promote that same site containg that product(s)!

These are proven winners that are making a lot of netrpreneurs rich. Your only job is to advertise in a way that generates floods of traffic to your website. You can accomplish this by grabbing a copy ofrepparttar 141886 newest Traffic Secrets program at You have absolutely NO more research to do.

Of course you could always do tons of hours of extra keyword,consumer,and product research along with spending thousands of dollars on testing this and that...but why when you don't have to? And if you still can't decide what to sell then sell it all with your own internet mall...just goto to get started. Like I said "work smarter NOT harder!" The Matrix isn't that difficult to escape if you know what works and Internet Marketing definitely works.

William Caleb Rodgers a.k.a. The-WezeeMall-Know-It-All from Port Arthur,Tx Occupation:netrepreneur and professional gentleman of leisure Hobbies:acquiring as much info on as many subects as possible

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