My First Website

Written by Regina Stevens

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The 2-page website lesson is set up with a scenario of selling four items by phone and fax, which includes instructions on how to link to each page and an email link.

This book is essential forrepparttar beginner who wants to take it slow and learn HTML at his or her own pace.

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Regina Stevens is the owner of and the author of the new e-book, My First Website! Learn HTML the quick and easy way.

Importance of Using ALT Text and Heading Tags

Written by Rob Wiley

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Now that you know what Google is looking for, you need to know what to put into these areas. As it stands, I have found outrepparttar hard way that it is a must for you to use alt text and heading tags.

The text you need to insert into these areas would berepparttar 118032 most relevant search terms that surfers are typing intorepparttar 118033 search engines that relate to that particular page. It's that easy! Not really but if you have not set your pages in this manner or if you are missing any one ofrepparttar 118034 combinations you might be loosing points from Google and other search engines page ranking system. There are plenty of tools onrepparttar 118035 market that can help with page optimization. One of my favorites is Web Position Gold. Web Position Gold will generate pages that are automatically optimized. The program also has a tool called Page Critic which will analyze your existing pages and offer suggestions for better optimization. You can tryrepparttar 118036 program for free at If you have any questions about page optimization just give me an email, or read some of my other articles on page optimization at Happy page building!

Rob Wiley has spent the last 14 years serving the media industry in fields involving graphic design, marketing, website design and development. His experience has been shared with numerous businesses that have profited from his advice and skills.

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