Using External Coding To Improve Search Engine Placement

Written by George Peirson

Do you have lots of JavaScript coding inrepparttar header section of your web pages? Do you re-list your CSS styles atrepparttar 146780 top of every page? Do you have JavaScript coding spread throughout your web pages?

If you answered yes to any of these questions your site may be driving away search engine spiders and losing search engine position ranking.

As you can imagine search engine spiders have a lot of pages to get through onrepparttar 146781 web when they are indexing sites. To improve their speed and efficiency search engines program their spiders to give up easily if they have problems with a page or if they have to wade through too much code to findrepparttar 146782 relevant content.

This is one ofrepparttar 146783 reasons why it is so important to put your keywords as close torepparttar 146784 top ofrepparttar 146785 page as possible. This wayrepparttar 146786 search bot will seerepparttar 146787 keywords before giving up and moving on torepparttar 146788 next page.

But what do you do if you have lots of JavaScript code or CSS styles pushing your keywords downrepparttar 146789 page in your coding? You need to find a way to cut down on all that code that gets inrepparttar 146790 way ofrepparttar 146791 search engines properly indexing your page.

We do this by movingrepparttar 146792 JavaScript and CSS styles offrepparttar 146793 page and into external files. This is a fairly easy and straight forward process and can haverepparttar 146794 added benefit of making your pages load faster as well, whichrepparttar 146795 search engines also like.

In many ways CSS styles and JavaScript work in a similar fashion. You set up functions in a script or formatting in a style sheet section, and then refer to that section in your html code. For instance if you have a JavaScript that displays a clock on your page you would haverepparttar 146796 JavaScript functions forrepparttar 146797 clock listed in your head section, then you would simply call that function fromrepparttar 146798 place onrepparttar 146799 page whererepparttar 146800 clock would be displayed.

Similarly with CSS you set up your styles ahead of time in a Styles section ofrepparttar 146801 page head, then you simply refer torepparttar 146802 styles as needed in your html coding. One benefit of this is that it cuts down dramatically onrepparttar 146803 amount of formatting code needed when compared to using Font tags.

If you want to userepparttar 146804 same JavaScript or CSS styles on a different page you could copy all that code ontorepparttar 146805 new page. But this would cause two distinct problems, first you would be adding a lot of code to each page and second if you wanted to make a change torepparttar 146806 JavaScript or CSS styles you would need to do so on every page thatrepparttar 146807 code had been copied onto.

Forums - Talk And Make Money

Written by Steve Gillman

If you have a website about a topic you enjoy, you can make money from discussion forums. Talk, post links to your site, get traffic. Traffic means money, right? If not, try different affiliate programs or Google Adwords. The worst sites should get a couple cents per visitor. Now here's how to talk and make money.

Search "forum" plusrepparttar topic of your site on Google or Alta Vista. For my first site, I searched "backpacking + forum" and inrepparttar 146539 pages of results I found several good forums. I also searched related topics like "hiking" too. You can also check, and other sites that have forums on many topics.

Registration is usually giving your email address and choosing a password. Some forums allow guests to post without registering. Once registered, browserepparttar 146540 forum topics, and post a response to anything, just to "learnrepparttar 146541 ropes".

Income From Discussion Forums

The point of posting in forums is to get readers to come to your web site. Sure it's fun to give advice and discuss things of interest to you, but that's secondary. With that in mind, dorepparttar 146542 following:

1. Always link to your site. If they don't allow any links, find another forum.

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