Wednesday, December 8

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SEO – A Search Engine Spider’s Favorite Things

SEO – A Search Engine Spider’s Favorite Things

Technology
There is no foolproof way to please the search engines but there are different things that you can do to make it easier for a search engine's spider to index your site and to eventually rank your site high. Below I list the things that most spiders, looking for fresh content, are always looking for. (It always surprises me when I hear someone say they have no spidermasters) If you have a site with standard HTML viewable content (if you view flash or java scripts, they are invisible to robots/spiders), it is a good idea to have your site hosted in the US. Most countries offer cheap services.Most spiders, looking for fresh content, heavily rely on your title tags, heading tags, and your site content to figure out what your site is about. If you follow this basic formula you should be ...
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...