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)

  1. 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.
  2. 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 well on your way to strong optimized site. (If you have strong keywords and some pull typing in your text, this will come in handy though)
  3. Use the meta keyword tag and meta description tag. Use these tags wisely, but remember that you will never rank well without them. This is where you tell the spiders about your site, basically setting it up in terms of what you want it to be. When people search for your site, that information is pulled straight up on the search engine results page. This is where you want to have your best keywords. This is where you want to get the traffic to your site.
  4. Keep your site clean, uncluttered, and easy to navigate. There’s nothing worse than visiting a site where everything is done by pictures and very little is actually written.

The Spiders love text. Keep the writing at a .4-scribble level. When you write the text for your site, tell the spiders and the robots what your site is about by using the keywords you have picked. Sprinkle your keywords throughout the page, but don’t make it overkill. If you have paid ads on your site, make sure that the ads make sense in the text and match with the overall subject of your site.

The key here is relevancy. Think of your keywords, synonyms and variations people will use come up with as search terms. Use related words and phrases. Also, think of different ways people could represent your keywords. If you are an engine service provider, think of the words that relate to the words you have picked, other than the obvious.

  1. Make a list of all different types of media available to you. Plugging them in to your site won’t be expensive. Basic video hosting sites will permit you to do so, as will some of the other more advanced ones. If you are using pictures, make sure that you label the pictures with your keywords. While spiders can’t see the pictures, they can read what the pictures are about.
  2. When you have completed this step, begin accumulating links back to your site. There are several methods you can use to start this off, even if you decide to give it a name like “link building”, “Inbound Marketing”, or “Link Generation”. Start putting up links to just your site or sites like it at places like ” Fundamental Search Engine June web site submission” or “Commerce Bots News blog”. When you have done this, you will have links coming in to your site from every site on the internet!
  3. If this sounds too hard, Google will provide a link. First, you will need someone to link to your site. If you can’t get inbound links from related sites, you might have to work harder. Try contacting your friends, family,plingine, or partners. strangers that know each others names and descriptions can easily put each other in setting up for inbound links.

Another great alternative to this, if you aren’t lucky enough to secure a blog or some other type of site with tons of inbound links. Create your own Google knol. This is a page containing informative, brief content with a link back to your site. There are many possible uses for a blog, I would suggest either starting your own (or) taking advantage of someone else’s.

  1. Start your own blog, and add links to each post. Blogs are a great way to utilize all the time you spend working on your SEO writing. More time you can spend writing, the more success you will have with SEO. posting, I will note is another alternative to doing your own promoting, I will also note the time you spend on this will be valuable.
  2. Links can be bought! I have seen a lot of talk about this, but if you can afford it, I recommend you do it. Traffic is buying these days and if you are paying for any type of site, you are getting a lot of traffic.

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 configured to represent Google’s view of your site – in Google view, page 2 would be on top. Here is an example for you:

Top Level Layout (visited, visited, page 1 now located)Top Level Layout (visited, visited, page 2 now located)

If Robot.txt science isn’t your thing you could solve this situation by defining wesite at the top level and saving this page in a folder called “Top Level Layout” and only view the page in this new file. This way your site map will still work.

2) How many Tycoon? This is one reason many people use site maps – how it works is that the Pirate Guild will drive the spider away if it cannot insure a trek by going directly to the element of all wealth expiation which is your home page. This means theSPA wants to put links to pages on other pages tolaually direct the spider from one of those site map pages to the home page.

Top Level Layout:

First, research the best possible navigation paths you have to your site for your site map. Design the second page of your own according to Google’s assumption that users will find this page.

Make sure that all pages’ pages (in addition to the home page) are also accessible from this page, since many surfers like to visit the main page first and then peruse the other pages. Remember, every page must have a way to get back to the home page. For example: if one page is linked to the home page, this page must automatically be linked to back to the home page.

Respect the fineness of the page’s purpose and limit the site map in size to some number of links to the top level pages, and ensure that at least all of the top level pages are classified by space (generally, 10 x 10), space (generally, Proceeding levels 1, 2 and 3) and the space (generally, more boxes which correspond to further levels). Also consider that there usually use only one link per page back to the home page – however, you maybe able to get more links for every deeper level (except you put this page as a “end result” on every file created). Remember that Top Level Layout must follow the item file’s structure, so if your sitemap is set as a hierarchical tree, and you have way of putting lists of pages into your page with a hierarchical font as well, the earlier version of page can really be put in a list instead of a tree (i.e. the main page, and later main page, all linked to the home page and all linked to the home page in the earlier tree won’t be on top of the latest rophy tree).

Know that not all things on the Internet are according to strict standards. You may want to take a look at other site maps to suffice yourself more. You can view a visited section ofVisitFinder., accessible to empty site maps. You can go tohttp://sitefinderpro.comand gain some basic help.

If you’d like to know more about creating a site map it is best to research webmaster forums and understand how they’re used – sometimes designers have a harder time writing down instructions for use on the web. So why don’t you go to a popular website design site and ask them about it. That site can be a great resource – it will certainly give you a good idea about how your site is being viewed by your user base.

But the most important content of your site is your headings and bullet points, so that is the area where you should write the information to pull user focus to important areas on your site. By adding these elements your site will be more easily scanned by customers and will increase your search engine ratings.

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