Five Ways To Win The Favor Of Search Engines

Written by Sean Felker


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When writingrepparttar content for your website, put yourself in other peopleís shoes. The people who will be your target audience or market. Knowrepparttar 150224 possible questions they might have about your topic, and give answers to them in your site.

3. Learn fromrepparttar 150225 best

Take time to browse and read sites that get lots of visitors and haverepparttar 150226 same topic as yours.

Take note of any recurring phrases in these sitesí text. These phrases are most likely keywords. Incorporate them in your own siteís content.

Donít saturate your site with keywords, though. You donít want to sound redundant to your site visitor. A 3% density level would be enough.

In searching forrepparttar 150227 right keywords, use Overtureís services. It may take quite some time, as it is more of a trial-and-error method, butrepparttar 150228 results are conclusive, and a pattern can easily be observed.

4. SubmitÖand re-submit

You will never get a certain job if you donít send in your application for it. The same thing applies to SEO.

If you want your site to be recognized by search engines, then go out of your way to register your site with them.

After a couple of weeks, search for your site by putting inrepparttar 150229 keywords you used in your content. If your site is still not coming up inrepparttar 150230 search results.

Do not give up, and just re-register and resubmit your site. Itís possible that your initial registration was discarded without being processed.

This usually happens because a lot of submissions are being done everyday.

5. Constantly update your site

This canít be stressed enough. Search engine spiders love sites which constantly change their content.

You canít build your site and expect it to last forever without any updates. There will come a time when those search engine spiders would stop fetching your site for query requests.

Hereís a tip: integrate a blog program in your site. Blogs have a user-friendly interface that allows easy updates.

Sean Felker is the publisher of the very successful and popular Work at Home and Making Money on the Internet blog: http://making-money-online.blogspot.com/


World of Website Promotion

Written by Pushkar Pathak


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Heading Heading tag goes from

to

. The font size decreases withrepparttar number inrepparttar 150173 heading tag i.e.

is larger than

. Search engines score keywords and text found in heading tags better than other text onrepparttar 150174 pages. It is very similar as when we read a book we get an idea ofrepparttar 150175 section from its heading.

Alt Tag Alt Tag specifies alternative text that appears in place ofrepparttar 150176 image for text-only browsers or for browsers that have been set to download images manually. For visually impaired users who use speech synthesizers with text-only browsers,repparttar 150177 text is spoken out loud. This text also appears whenrepparttar 150178 pointer is overrepparttar 150179 image.

The tag can be filled with keywords and some search engines will read and assign points to keywords contained in this tag.

Page size Keeprepparttar 150180 page size as smaller as possible. Make it under 15k.

Frame Frames provide a good option to designers to keep certain information visible, while other views are scrolled or replaced. But frame creates problems with search engines, bookmarks, emailing links and so on, because every page corresponds to a single URL. Therefore it is recommended to avoid use of Frames.

File Name Try for add keywords in file name. The file name should not be too long. Try to limit file name to 26 characters and total URL to 80-90 characters.

Inrepparttar 150181 next article I will discuss aboutrepparttar 150182 various search engine, directories and other techniques of free website promotion.

Pushkar Pathak is Operation Head of Excel Solutions (www.excelsolutions.biz). Excel Solutions is providing free website maintenance right now.


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