Google experiments could limit competition for top search results
Google prides itself in its so-called “20 per cent time” philosophy that encourages the company’s engineers to pursue their own projects for up to 20 per cent of their work hours even if these ventures are not entirely connected to their regular duties.
www.YouTheSmartBuyer.com – Search Engine Optimization Who does not want a bigger traffic to their site? The only way you can drive highly targeted traffic is through search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing Because people are already searching for specific “topics” and “keywords” it is more likely that they will purchase your products and affiliate offers If you can appear on top of search engines for a highly competitive keyword you can convert any traffic into sales… To achieve this and appear on top of search engines You have the opportunity just a few seconds, when visitors come to your site, before they decide to continue their journey on your site or leave for good So use a catchy, attention grabbing home page that can be read in a few seconds. Bottom line, keep the home page (and all internal pages) quick and easy to read; view and navigate. You do not need to wait for the search engines to find your website Submit your site to them periodically (Include a sitemap )even if it is already indexed Constant adding of new content to your page will encourage the search engines to examine your location more frequently, too You can also create site Exchange Linking Do not use an automated link exchange program; software. Once the Search Engine finds out, your site will be penalized Now it’s time to calculate your traffic www.YouTheSmartBuyer.com
Originally posted 2010-08-20 09:32:49. Go Home page
This is the question related to search engine optimization. Some web design companies do not use nested tables and only use CSS (cascading style sheets) for search engine optimization point of view. Can anyone tell that does nested table structure of the page creates problem in SEO
Originally posted 2010-10-14 04:17:47. Go Home page
Would like to understand all that is involved with SEO. I read about Pay Per Click, lots of fraud, meta data files, need additional web content pages, content writing, page ranking, etc. Anyone have any idea of time and costs associated with all these various requirments? Sure seems confusing!
Originally posted 2010-09-09 04:19:04. Go Home page
10 Missed Opportunities in Search Engine Marketing in Japan, Part 2
More advice for navigating the Japanese market, including: translations, keyword research, search engine optimization, blogs/ social media, and trust/user engagement. Part 2 of 2. …
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Originally posted 2010-08-21 13:28:58. Go Home page