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What is SEO & why is it important?

SEO is about making your website in such a way that it will appear higher in the search rankings. A website that's optimized for Search Engine Optimization can reap huge benefits on to your website and your business.

  • 42% to 86% of websites are found through search engines .
  • There are 300 million searches carried out per day, every day.

Choose effective keyword phrases

Effective keyword phrases are frequently searched for (high demand) but not being targeted by many other websites (low competition). Please read the article, How to find good keywords for more information.
Use these keyword phrases effectively

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Now that you've found some great keyword phrases, you need to put them in the important places within each web page. Search engines give higher relevance to certain words and phrases within HTML documents so it's essential that you put your keyword phrases in the correct places.

The more confident a search engine is about the subject of your website, the higher your web pages will be in the search rankings. If you only place your keyword phrases in the META tags your website will not get a high ranking.

Some of the best places to put keyword phrases are:

  • Page title tag
  • In headings
  • As links
  • In bold text
  • In the first 25 words on the page (this refers to the first 25 words of text placed in the HTML document, which is often navigation)
  • In the file name (i.e. the URL)
  • META tags

HTML pages must be easy for search engines to follow

Search engines scour the Internet looking for web pages to index, following links from one web page to the next. To ensure a search engine ranking, all pages on your website must be accessible to search engines. Some search engines have problems with:

  • Links accessible solely through frames, image maps, or JavaScript
  • Very long pages
  • Very short pages
  • Flash pages
  • Long JavaScript (JavaScript should be placed in an external document)
  • Dynamic URLs

If any of these describe pages on your website then your web pages will probably not achieve a high search engine ranking.

Have a high number of quality links into the website

Inbound links to a website play a significant part in determining its position in the search engines. Be aware though, it's not just the quantity, but also the quality and click-through-rate of links to your website which is of importance. To find out more about building up links to your website please read the article,

This article was written by Trenton Moss. Trenton's crazy about web accessibility and usability - so crazy that he went and started his own web accessibility and usability consultancy to help make the Internet a better place for everyone. He also knows an awful lot about the Disability Discrimination Act.

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Now that you have completed your website, it is time to get it listed with the search engines. If you believe that all you need to do is build a website and people will just come and see it, then you are a dreamer It takes time, attention, a lot of patience and sometimes a little money to market and promote your website efficiently. I hope that the following tips will help you succeed in building traffic to your website.

At this point I would like to make a clear distinction between crawler-based search engines and human-powered directories, which are often mixed up. As to the directories, you don't really need to care about the position of your site in their search results -- human visitors hardly ever search there. But to be listed in their index is vital. Getting listed with them helps crawler-based search engines locate your site and perhaps helps it rank better, because of the link importance these sites provide to you. For example, Google's catalog is nothing else than a copy of the Open Directory Project (DMOZ) catalogue. Hence, it is extremely important to be listed with DMOZ to get your site into the Google's search results.

Several years ago the industry was dominated by so-called "words-on-the-page" ranking system, which meant that the more times a word was repeated on the page, the higher rank the page got. The major crawler-based search engines ranked pages based on where and how often search terms appeared on them. Now Google and company give more weight to pages which come from sites with similar content. That is why getting listed with directories helps search engines better define the topic of your website. The most important directories are Open Directory (DMOZ), LookSmart and Yahoo!.

Getting a website listed in DMOZ can be very frustrating. We know that being listed will probably help our Google ranking, but getting in can take a very long time. Every website and page that is added to the directory has to be manually reviewed before it is included. DMOZ reported employing more than 60 thousand volunteer editors at the time of writing this article, but this number is misleading -- that is the total number of editors they have had since the project started. They don't in fact have that many editors, nor anywhere near that many.

But the company is growing and expanding its services. Now they report searching more than 4 million sites and have recently introduced new service, called Thumbshots, which allows previewing links before clicking. Yahoo! charges USD 299.00 for express inclusion to the directory within 7 days, otherwise you will have to wait from 2 to 8 weeks. In my opinion, it isn't worth paying $299 to get into directory -- you can get into Yahoo! for free through Google, since it is powered by Google. Optimize for Google, and you are optimizing for Yahoo!. This situation is likely to change after Yahoo! purchased Inktomi last year and announced the plan to develop it and use it as the main powering engine. As for LookSmart, the company is losing its position at a high rate. After LookSmart had lost its largest search portal customer MSN, two more companies -- Inktomi and Sprinks declared that they would not renew their agreements with the company to use its search listings - techmelife.

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Google's advice for your website: Content

Google's advice for your website: Content

The web pages actually at the top of Google have only one thing clearly in common: good writing. Don't get so caught up in the usual SEO sacred cows and bugbears, such as Page Rank, frames, and JavaScript, that you forget your site's content.

I was recently struck by the fact that the top-ranking web pages on Google are consistently much better written than the vast majority of what is read on the web.

Of course, that shouldn't be a surprise, considering how often officials at Google proclaim the importance of good content. Yet traditional Digital Marketing wisdom has little to say about good writing.

Does Google, the world's wealthiest media company, really ignore traditional standards of quality in the publishing world? Does Google, like so many website owners, really get so caught up in the process of the algorithm that it misses the whole point? Apparently not.

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Whatever the technical mechanism, Google is doing a pretty good job of identifying websites with good content and rewarding them with high rankings.

I looked at Google's top five pages for the five most searched-on keywords, as identified by WordTracker on 27 June 2005. Typically, the top five pages receive an overwhelming majority of the traffic delivered by Google.

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The web pages that contained written content (a small but significant portion were image galleries) all shared the following features:

  • Updating: Frequent updating of content, at least once every few weeks, and more often, once a week or more.
  • Spelling and grammar: Few or no errors. No page had more than three misspelled words or four grammatical errors. Note: spelling and grammar errors were identified by using Microsoft Word's check feature, and then ruling out words marked as mis-spellings that are either proper names or new words that are simply not in the dictionary. Does Google use SpellCheck? Keep in mind that no one really does know what the 100 factors in Google's algorithm are. But whether the mechanism is SpellCheck or a better shot at link popularity thanks to great credibility, or something else entirely, the results remain the same.
  • Paragraphs: Primarily brief (1-4 sentences). Few or no long blocks of text.
  • Lists: Both bulleted and numbered form a large part of the text.
  • Sentence length: Mostly brief (10 words or fewer). Medium-length and long sentences are sprinkled throughout the text rather than clumped together.
  • Contextual relevance: Text contains numerous terms related to the keyword, as well as stem variations of the keyword.

SEO bugbears and sacred cows

A hard look at the results shows that, practically speaking, a number of SEO bugbears and sacred cows may matter less to ranking than good content:

  • PageRank: The median PageRank was 4. One page had a PageRank of 0. Of course, this might simply be yet another demonstration that the little PageRank number you get in your browser window is not what Google's algo is using. But if you're one of those people who attaches an overriding value to that little number, this is food for thought.
  • Frames: The top two web pages listed for the most searched-on keyword employ frames. Frames may still be a bad web design idea from a usability standpoint, and they may ruin your search engine rankings if your site's linking system depends on them. But there are worse ways you could shoot yourself in the foot.
  • JavaScript-formatted internal links: Most of the websites use JavaScript for their internal page links. Again, that's not the best web design practice, but there are worse things you could do.
  • Links: Most of the web pages contained ten or more links; many contained over 30, in defiance of the SEO bugbears about link popularity bleeding. Moreover, nearly all the pages contained a significant number of non-relevant links. On many pages, non-relevant links out-numbered relevant ones.
  • Originality: A significant number of pages contained content copied from other websites. In all cases, the content was professionally written content apparently distributed on a free-reprint basis. Note that the reprint content did not consist of content feeds. However, no website consisted solely of free-reprint content. There was always at least a significant portion of original content, usually the majority of the page.


  • Make sure a professional writer, or at least someone who can tell good writing from bad, is creating your site's content. Most visitors simply hit the back button when confronted with the unpalatable text, so the increased traffic is just wasted bandwidth.
  • If you write your own content, make sure that it passes through the hands of a skilled copywriter before going online.
  • Update your content often. It's important both to add new pages and update existing pages. If you can't afford original content, use free-reprint content.
  • Distribute your content to other websites on a free-reprint basis. This will help your website get links in exchange for the right to publish the content. It will also help spread your message and enhance your visibility. Fears of a duplicate content penalty for free-reprint content (as opposed to duplication of content within a single website) are unjustified.


In short, Reasons Why You Need Digital Marketing, if you have a mature website that's already indexed and getting traffic, you should make sure most of your investment is devoted to content. This seems to be preferable to graphic design, old-school search engine optimization, or linking campaigns.


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10 Tips to the Top of the Search Engines

10 Tips to the Top of the Search Engines

Having a Web site that gets found in Google and the other engines isn't hard to do, but it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here are ten tips to get you started.

1.      Start out slowly. If possible, begin with a new site that has never been submitted to the search engines or directories. Choose a domain name that best fits your brand, and start out by optimizing just the home page. (Many SEOs recommend purchasing a keyword-rich domain name; however, I've been optimizing sites successfully since 1995 without using them. A Perfectly Optimized Page: How To Do?)

2.      Learn basic HTML. A lot of search engine optimization techniques involve editing the behind-the-scenes HTML code. Your high rankings can depend on knowing which codes are necessary, and which aren't. Minimally, you should be able to view the source code of any page and understand what it all means, as well as be able to slightly edit it as necessary.

3.      Choose keyword phrases wisely. The phrases you think might be perfect for your site may not be what people are actually searching for. To find the optimal words for your site, use a research tool such as Wordtracker. Decide on two or three highly targeted phrases for each page of your site. Never shoot for general keywords such as "travel" or "vacation" as they are rarely (if ever) indicative of what your site is really about.

4.      Write approximately 200-250 words of visible text copy based on your chosen keywords. This is a crucial component to high rankings and a successful Web site. The search engines need to "read" keyword-rich copy on your pages so they can understand how to classify your site. Write the copy based on your keyword phrases, and not the other way around. Don't be afraid to use your phrases as many times as it makes sense to do so. The optimal number of instances will vary by search engine, the number of words on your page, and also by how well the copy actually reads to a person. Simply sticking keyword phrases at the top of the page or only in headlines probably won't cut it. (Purchase and read my "Nitty-gritty of Writing for the Search Engines" handbook for exact tips on how to do this.)

5.      Create a killer Title tag. Title tags are critical because they're given a lot of weight with all of the search engines. You must put your keyword phrases into this tag and not waste space with extra words. Do not use the Title tag to display only your company name, or to simply say "Home Page." Think of this tag more as a "Title Keyword Tag" and create it accordingly. It should reflect exactly what your page is about, using the keyword phrases people might be using at a search engine to find your company.

6.      Make sure your site is " Digital Marketing Trends." Other sites linking to yours is a critical component of a successful search engine optimization campaign, as all of the major search engines place a good deal of emphasis on your site's overall link popularity. You can go out and request hundreds or thousands of links, but if your site sucks, why would anyone want to link to it? On the other hand, if your site is full of wonderful, useful information -- other sites will naturally link to it without your even asking. It's fine to trade links; just make sure you are providing your site visitors with only the highest quality of related sites. When you link to lousy sites, keep in mind what this says to your site visitors as well as to the search engines.

7.      Create meaty Meta tags. Meta tags have some value, but they are not a magic bullet. Create a Meta Description tag that uses your keywords and also describes your site. The information in this tag often appears under your Title in the search engine results pages, especially if the keyword phrase that was searched upon in the engine appears in your tag. The Meta Keyword tag isn't quite as important as the Meta Description tag. Contrary to what many people believe, what you place in the keyword tag will have very little (if any) bearing on what keywords your site is actually found under, and it's not given any consideration whatsoever by Google. Feel free to use this tag for technical synonyms or common misspellings if you want to, but do NOT obsess over it; it definitely won't make or break your rankings How to Get Traffic for Website 2019?.

8.      Be careful when submitting to directories such as Yahoo, DMOZ, JoeAnt, Gimpsy and the like. Having directory listings are a key component to getting your site spidered and listed by Google and the other search engines. Therefore it's important to read each directory's FAQ and follow it precisely. Making mistakes in the submission process could cost you dearly as directory listings are difficult to change later in the game. Be cognizant of the fact that you will be dealing with human editors, and always think about how you can make their job easier when it comes to listing your site.

9.      Don't expect quick results. Getting high rankings takes time; there's no getting around that fact (even with paid-inclusion). Once your site is added to a search engine its rankings may start out low and then slowly work its way up the ladder. All search engines measure link popularity, and it takes time to really and truly become one of the most popular sites in your niche. Be patient and give your site time to mature.

10.  Don't constantly "tweak" your site for better results. It's best not to make changes to your on-the-page optimization for at least three months after you optimize it. You certainly don't need to sit on your hands or twiddle your thumbs during this period, however. You should constantly work on adding new stuff to your site to make it better and better, plus you should always be on the lookout for other sites that might be interested in making your site available to their site visitors.

If you've followed these tips and still can't find your site in the engines, the first place to "tweak" would be your page copy. If you added less than 250 words of visible text on your pages, this could be your culprit. Also, double-check your keyword density, and make sure that you only targeted two or three phrases per page.

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Eventually, you'll see the fruits of your labor with many top-ten rankings in Google and the rest of the search engines!



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