Saturday, October 16

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Sitemaps and SEO – Do Sitemaps Help Your Google PageRank?

Sitemaps and SEO – Do Sitemaps Help Your Google PageRank?

SEO, Technology
With the millions and millions of websites in existence today, how do you get yours noticed? The most common way is for it to be high up in the rankings of useful and relevant websites. Google is the most widely used search engine today. When someone keys in a search term on Google, you can only hope that your website comes up in the first ten pages of results. You do not have to sit there and just hope, though. There are a number of things you could do to improve your chances of being noticed. Google came up with a system to rank websites based on incoming links to ensure that only high quality sites could rank highly. The Google PageRank system does take a little bit of skill and knowledge, but it does have its basis in numbers. If you want your website ranking to improve, you need t...
Optimizing Your Google Site Map To Help Search Engine Spiders explore Your Site

Optimizing Your Google Site Map To Help Search Engine Spiders explore Your Site

SEO
Optimizing Your Google Site Map To Help Search Engine Spiders explore Your Site Search Engine Spiders (and librarians like us who have world maps) can only follow straight lines, so a "site map" that is not represented in a line makes the spider visions stumble. A site map can help the spiders get all over your site, but if it is not straight you are probably losing site visitors. Google has a very good way of displaying a page's hierarchy. The tree in which your site map fits in has a central hierarchy, which commonsically's means that the more important is the top. For example, page 1 of the home page is at the very top, and page 2 is below page 1. Google finds pages according to their importance and assigning site maps are just as important. Suppose your zoom function is configur...