The Killer Secrets on Ranking High

Written by Brian Su

Have you ever wondered howrepparttar major search engines position your site? When you search "B2B" or "Business-to-Business" on AltaVista, you always see our website within Top Ten ranking. How did we do that? I'd like to share some of my experiences with you. After years of website promotion, I have featured out following rules that are proven to be effective. 愈se true Meta tags only. Keywords - your website and company name< itle> 弒dentify and display your real Keywords in a priority order. The keywords must relate to your business and service scope. Never misspell them. The secret is to review<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128181"> Top 10 sites that appear under keywords that fit your website. Study their titles, Meta tags, keyword density, alt image tags etc. before defining your own keywords. 徬eep<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128182"> Meta tags to maximum 1000 characters; otherwise most search engines will simply ignore<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128183"> excess characters. 嫂void using words like "Free,<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128184"> Best,<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128185"> only and so on" to describe your site. 嫂lways use your Keywords in<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128186"> title of each web page. 愈se Alt tags in<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128187"> first image on your website, and fill it with several important keywords in priority order. 嫂void using frames when designing a website. 愈se to do a site analysis, then correct site deficiencies. 愛esubmit your website every two months. Besides correct things to do, I also identified a list of things you do not want to do. 意ever hide invisible text on your website 意ever use misleading keywords in your Meta tags that have nothing to do with<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128188"> site. 意ever try scamming search engines by writing bogus site descriptions. 意ever use<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128189"> same keywords for more than 3 times. I usually spend hours to identify and analyze website keywords and develop meta tags for each site I design. If you really want your website rank high, you must study and understand<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128190"> rule of each search engines. For instance, has very specific rules that you must follow in order to get listed. If your site <br><br></font></td><!-- google_ad_section_end --><!-- google_ad_section_start(weight=ignore) --><td align="top" width="10%"></td><td align="top" width="45%"><h2>LINKS TO THE TOP!</h2><font size="2">Written by Tom Falco</font><br><br><script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-5766870852072819"; google_ad_width = 234; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format = "234x60_as"; google_ad_channel ="9238851329"; google_color_border = "CFB9A1"; google_color_bg = "CFB9A1"; google_color_link = "000000"; google_color_url = "431B02"; google_color_text = "431B02"; //--></script> <script type="text/javascript" src=""> </script> <br> <font size="2">It seems that<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar "> newest way to reach<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128180"> top of <IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128181"> search engines is by having many links to your site, which isn't always easy.<p>For some reason,<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128182"> search engines feel that<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128183"> most popular sites are<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128184"> most worthy of more advertising by being placed above all others. You may sell better widgets, but if you don't have links to your widget page,<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128185"> other widget guy will be placed higher on<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128186"> search engines.<p>Don't be discouraged. Fight fire with fire. It isn't always easy to get people to link to your site. One way is to put a "Link to Us" page where it is easy for people to pick up HTML links of buttons or banners, so that they may share your site with their own site visitors.<p>Here is an example of one site:<p>As you can see, there are banners, buttons and even simple line text that will link<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128187"> item to any page you point it to.<p>Now this isn't always easy to do. 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