Five Ways To Win The Favor Of Search Engines

Written by Sean Felker

You’ve got a cool new website with allrepparttar works: cool Flash presentations, eye-catching colors, informative text, easy-to-use layout, and an interesting topic. You think your site is amazing, and you know that others will agree with you. If only they know it exists.

How do you make your website known? How do you make yours stand out among millions of others? You can spend lots of money on advertisement, but that will not work if you don’t haverepparttar 150228 money to spare on advertising. So what do you do? Make search engines work for you, that’s what!

Google, Yahoo, MSN, Lycos, Altavista - you want to be atrepparttar 150229 top of their results list. The higher your site is in a search results page,repparttar 150230 better chances that it will be visited. The science behind making your site a popular search result is called Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Don’t worry, though - even if SEO is referred to as a science, it is not all that complicated. You just need to take note of a few things, and before you know it, your site will have more visitors than you could ever dream of.

Here are five tips to ensure that your site would be a favorite of search engines all aroundrepparttar 150231 cyber world.

1. Give importance to substance over appearance.

Do you want to share your knowledge on a subject that you have authority on? Do you want to sell products? Do you want to build an online shrine for your favorite actress? Whatever topic you have chosen for your website, make sure that you are able to give useful information on it.

Search engines work by scanning sites for keywords. They search text and completely ignore everything else. So if you have made your site rich in colors, don’t forget to make it rich in content as well.

After all, a beautiful layout can make people look, but relevant content is what will make them stay. Remember, in this day and age: content is king!

2. Know your topic well

If you know much about your topic, you will know what people usually ask about it. What they ask aboutrepparttar 150232 subject. This is what they will type inrepparttar 150233 search bar.

Displaying Google Adsense in Blogs

Written by George Manty

Google® Adsense® can be a great tool for making money. Blogs are also becoming a great tool for making money. Many people know thatrepparttar most profitable position to place Google® Adsense® ads is inline with your article text. The dilemna many of us face is thatrepparttar 149754 Google® Adsense® Terms of Service only allow 3 ad blocks per page. The reason this is a problem for bloggers is that most blogs show more than three posts onrepparttar 149755 main page or inrepparttar 149756 archives section ofrepparttar 149757 site. When this isrepparttar 149758 case you can't post an article Google® Adsense® inrepparttar 149759 article.

While setting up my wife and her friend's new site (, I came up with a trick using JavaScript to fix that problem. The code I wrote works perfectly in WordPress, but you should be able to adapt it to any blog that uses templates.

Step 1. Inrepparttar 149760 head section ofrepparttar 149761 template (betweenrepparttar 149762 <head> and </head> tags), you insertrepparttar 149763 following JavaScript code:

<script> var temp=0; </script>

Step 2. Go torepparttar 149764 template used to display your post (in WordPressrepparttar 149765 main template). Then insertrepparttar 149766 following code insiderepparttar 149767 display area forrepparttar 149768 post:

<script> if (temp>2) document.write("<div style='visibility:hidden;height=1px;font-size:0;display:none'>"); </script>

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