Getting a head start with RSS

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Getting a head start with RSS

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Tips from Chicago Search Engine Strategies

Written by Tanya Martin

The first meeting I went to forrepparttar day was Organic Listing Forum at Search Engine Strategies. Bruce Clay, President of Bruce Clay, LLC and Mike Grehan, CEO of Smart Interactive (and Author of Search Engine Marketing: The Essential Best Practice Guide) wererepparttar 128257 speakers. Detlev Johnson, President of Technology, SuccessWorks Search Marketing Solutions, moderatedrepparttar 128258 Forum.

Each speaker gave a presentation for a few minutes and then they went to questions. Here are some ofrepparttar 128259 questions and answers that were given (they are not word for word).

Question: Is it okay to use cloaking technology? Answer: Yes as long as it is usingrepparttar 128260 same information from your website. But don’t use it to spam keywords.

Question: Which is better to use when naming files or folders, hyphen or underscore? Answer: All panel members recommended using hyphens not underscores. They said search engines have confirmed that they recognize hyphens as spaces. Underscores are not seen as spaces,repparttar 128261 words will be joined to form one word.

Question: How many hyphens are to many hyphens? Answer: You shouldn’t use more than 2-3. Preferable you shouldn’t use more than 2. Bruce Clay mentioned that he rarely uses them except for words that need to be separated, his example was mensexchange, which he used a hyphen like this mens-exchange. (so nobody would see it as men sex change).

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