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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

4 EXCELLENT ENHANCEMENTS FOR YOUR WEB SITE

4 Excellent Enhancements For Your Web Site or Blog 


1. Add a Search Engine to Your Site in 10 Minutes


Here’s a system you can use to add a search engine to your site with just a few minutes work. The system provides search reports, so you can see what visitors are searching for; automatically generated site maps (a “tree” showing the relationship of pages); automatically generated What’s New lists; and scheduled re-indexing. You can omit certain pages, or even parts of a page, from the search, modify a page’s ranking, and so on.
There is one catch. When a visitor to your site is using the search system, ads will be displayed on the results page. If that’s okay with you, visit http://www.FreeFind.com/ to see how it works and to sign up for service.
Here are two other similar services :

A. Atomz: http://Atomz.com/

B. SearchButton.com: http://www.searchbutton.com/

2. Run Auctions at Your Web Site... With Free Software

Have you considered setting up an auction program at your Web site? I ran into an open source program recently for managing auctions. “Open source” software is free software you can use it without paying for it. It’s software that is created by programmers who come together in a metaphorical sense, because often these programmers never meet each other, or even talk with each other on the phone. The interesting thing about Open Source is how it develops almost organically. Programmers add things that interest them—instead of having a long-term development plan, the program develops in an unforeseen direction, dependent on the whims of the programmers involved. The program in question is EveryAuction, and you can find it here: http://www.everysoft.com/auction/

3. Add “Viewlet” Content to Your Site This Free

Viewlets are little Java-based animations that can be used to demonstrate a process of some kind. At the Qarbon.com site http://www.Qarbon.com/ you’ll find viewlets demonstrating how to use AOL menus and tools, how to work with Web browsers, how to use PowerPoint, how to work with Linux, and so on. (At the moment they’re mostly used for demonstrating software, but you could put any kind of images into them to demonstrate any process, really.) As the viewlets are Java applets, they won’t work in all browsers, but they will work in most: Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape 4.06, AO1 4.0 and later on MS Windows (unfortunately they won’t work in Mac versions of Netscape until Netscape upgrades its Java support for the Mac). Creating viewlets is very easy. Qarbon.com provide a special tool to help you drop images into the viewlet and add your own text callouts; you can use voice-overs, too.


4. Set Up a Discussion Group on Your Site

Many Web sites use discussion groups (also known as a bulletin boards, message boards, and sometimes a Web forum) as a way for people to discuss your products or simply as a service to people a way to attract them to your Web site. For instance, setting up a discussion group for people interested in emus is one way to make your emu-lovers’ site stand out. A discussion group can be part of an overall package that makes a site popular with a certain group of people, just one more element that attracts people to your site and keeps them coming back. You can even set up several groups for different purposes; once you’ve set up one, it’s quite easy to set up another.

Here’s another way to use a discussion group. Set up a weeklong discussion with a celebrity or wellknown
person in your field. Your emu site might invite a successful emu farmer, a music site might invite a musician, a company selling software might invite the author of a book about their software, and so on. For one week, or however long this person is willing to take part, people can visit your site to pose questions and read the celebrity’s responses.

There are a number of ways to create discussion groups. Front Page has a wizard that helps you build one. If you’re not using FrontPage, you might use a utility service to set one up—there are a number of places that will allow you to build discussion groups at their sites, and link into them from your own so that it appears to be part of your site. Here are a few such services:

*Cybersites, http://www.cybersites.com/

*Delphi, http://www.delphi.com/

*Ecircles.com, http://www.ecircles.com/

*EdGateway, http://edgateway.net/

*EVine, http://www.evine.com/

*Excite Communities, http://www.excite.com/communities/

*FriendFactory, http://www.friendfactory.com/

*InterClubs, http://interclubs.com/

*JointPlanning, http://www.jointplanning.com/

*Lycos Clubs, http://clubs.lycos.com/

*Network54, http://network54.com/

*Yahoo! Clubs, http://clubs.yahoo.com/

4 QUICK AND EASY WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR SITE

1. Find and Fix Broken Links and Other Errors


There are a number of online services that can check your site for problems. You can set these to run automatically on a schedule, and to send you a report. The checkers can do various things, from checking links to spell checking and HTML checking. Most of these services provide free demo reports, by the way—they’ll check a few pages, maybe even 100, on your site and send you the report so you can see what you’ll get when you sign up :


I. LinkAlarm: http://LinkAlarm.com/

II. Doctor HTML and RxHTMLPro: http://www2.imagiware.com/

II. NetMechanic: http://www.NetMechanic.com/

IV. Web Site Garage: http://websitegarage.netscape.com/

V. Tucows Library: http://www.tucows.com/

VI. Dr. Watson: http://watson.addy.com/

VII. And more http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Data_Format/HTML/Validation_and_Checkers/

2. Make Sure Your Site Looks Good in All Browsers

One of the biggest frustrations for anyone creating Web pages is the fact that what looks fine in one browser may look terrible in another. It’s an unfortunate fact that not all browsers are equal. How, then, do you avoid problems? Really the only way to be sure is to check your work in different browsers. Which? Well, there’s the problem. There are so many different browsers, versions of browsers, and operating systems, that there’s no way you’ll be able to check all the possibilities.

NetMechanic at http://www.NetMechanic.com/ has set up a service called Browser Photo. This service tests your pages on 14 different browser/operating system combinations, a combination of AOL, Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, WebTV, and Opera (including 11 different Explorer and Navigator versions), a variety of different screen sizes, and three different operating systems: PC, iMac, and WebTV.

3. Add a Heading or Tag Line to Your Name Plate

The name of a product or a company is rarely in itself a compelling marketing message. Therefore you should hardly ever head a Web page with the name of the product or company. Instead, craft a compelling statement of the benefit someone gets out of buying the product or doing business with the firm. After that hook you can introduce the identity of the Web page’s sponsor.


4. Include a Guarantee and a Privacy Statement

If you’re selling something on your site, a guarantee will help take away the feeling of risk. If you’re a smaller, relatively unknown company you need to establish credibility fast. Offering a guarantee will increase orders more than it will cost in returned items. You also should include a privacy statement when asking visitors to provide information, namely their e-mail address.

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Tutorial Succes Article And Blog Search Engine Optimization 2010



Organic SEO paves the way to bring the right traffic/business to your website! This article may guide you from the initial process of SEO!

Organic SEO follows all the legal guidelines set by the Search Engines! Beside this, there are important factors which need to be considered for organic SEO!

Following are the important factors of SEO!!



Site Analysis :
An important and first step which needs to be carefully done because it is the basic foundation and we need to build up upon this! Based upon the thorough study on site analysis, a SEO professional should be able to give recommendations if it has any including design and programming platforms!

Site Navigation :
This plays a vital role in the field of SEO! A site should have a good navigation structure so that the spiders can be able to navigate the entire site. This helps a lot in Search Engine rankings!

Keywords :
This acts as a backbone for SEO! Choosing the right keywords which best suits your website
can drive you the right traffic and customers! Spending more time in the keyword analysis focusing the apt
keywords on your services, products, key features can get you top results! It is good to analyze your
competitors.

Site Content : The content of your site should be search engine friendly! If your site has lack of content, a
SEO professional should advise to go for a Search Engine friendly content which describes your services/products in a perfect way. Search Engines loves Text!

Meta Tags :
Meta tags help in a great way to achieve the top rankings! Title and description should be neatly framed in favor of both the Search Engines, it should best fit the respective web page’s content /services and also it should be useful to the users! Image Optimization Images used in the entire website should be optimized with ALT tags!

Sitemap :
Every website should have Sitemap which is otherwise called “Search Engine Food” which paves the way for the easy and faster indexing of web pages! The latest invention in Search Engine Optimization is the XML sitemap which is built through Sitemaps.org is commonly used by the three major SEO’s Google, Yahoo and MSN!

Concept of Back Links :
Back links are one of the most important factors to gain higher rankings! Get quality back links to your website. There are several techniques to increase the back links of a website. Few of them includes, Blogs, RSS feeds, Directory, Article submissions and the latest concept SMO (Social Media Optimization)

6 RULES FOR WRITING GOOD E-BOOKS

6 Tips For Writing Good E-Books

1. Good Writing is Essential For a Good E-Book 

First things first, and this might seem trivial: You want an e-book that’s as good as a printed book, which means you want something that is just as well written. Before you write your e-book, study the nuts and bolts of professional writing. Read a few writers’ guides, practice your writing skills, and sign up for a writing course or two.

2. A Good Editor is Worth a Thousand Misspelled Words

A good edits job versus a bad edit job can make of break your book, whether it’s printed or in electronic format. Having no edit at all is likely to kill it completely. So hire an editor or get a friend to be your second set of eyes.

3. Don’t go Overboard With the Hyperlinks

Since your book is online, and not just printed, you should consider adding certain online features such as hyperlinks. However, consider this before you venture in and add a gazillion hyperlinks in your document: It’s easy for people to get lost or confused if there’s too much bouncing around within a book. Jeff was reading a book online and the page he was reading was filled with underscored words, each one a hyperlink to another page in the same book. As he got to each one he wasn’t sure if he was expected to click on the hyperlink so as to understand the rest of the chapter. “Click here or you’ll be confused” was what it seemed like, although it wasn’t clear.

So he clicked the first one and ended up on another page somewhere in the book, and that page was filled with hyperlinks. Soon it felt like he was surfing the whole Internet, bouncing from page to page and getting completely lost, yet staying within the one book. It was frustrating. He eventually realized the people who made the book thought it would be nice if the every word that had any relation to another page of the book were hyperlinked to that page. But the truth is it made for a very messy, unmanageable book. So here’s the moral: Don’t go overboard on the hyperlinks. You might think you are doing your readers an extra service, but really, you aren’t.

4. Make Sure Your Book is Still Useful When Printed

Another tidbit about the online experience is this: Make sure your e-book is still useful when printed. Plan that eventually it might find its way into a printed medium, whether it’s your consumers’ own home printers or an actual print publication with a first run of 10,000 copies. If you add hyperlinks where the user is required to click, or if you refer to the hyperlink without giving the address, you could have a problem when it’s printed. Have you ever printed up a Web site? You might see something like this: Click here to send me mail.

Go ahead, click it. Obviously you can’t if you’re reading this on a printed page. But the online version has my e-mail address hidden behind it. What’s my e-mail address? When the page is printed it’s gone and nowhere to be found. A better approach would be something like this: If you want to send me e-mail, my address is jeffcogs@yahoo.com. The e-mail address is clickable in the online version, and for the print folks, it’s clearly written out.

5. Don’t Just Save the Files for the Printed Version in Hypertext

The same book that had too many hyperlinks also had another problem: It was clear the publisher had simply taken the files for the printed version of the book and saved them in a hypertext format, adding a gazillion hyperlinks. Whoever did the deed overlooked a problem, however. The whole thing was arranged in order by page, with no notion of chapters.

There were statements such as See the next chapter for more information all over the place. And wouldn’t you know, this time there was no hyperlink! So how could one get to the next chapter? There were no chapter headings, nothing, only page after page after page. In other words, there was absolutely no way to know where the next chapter was. All you could do was read on and hope to one day see it on the side of the road.

6. Watch Your References

In an e-book, it’s okay for the author to refer to what someone just read in the preceding paragraph. But because of the possibility of repagination, it’s best not to refer to the next page or the preceding page. Instead, refer to section and chapter headers. It’s also unwise to refer to images by their position in the text. Don’t say, “The figure to the right shows.” Instead number your figures and refer to them by number.

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Sunday, April 17, 2011

SEO and Internet Marketing With Back Link Campaign Most Important Element

The shear number of inbound links to your site is very important. However, a link to your site from
a web page that is highly regarded by both a customer and a search engine as a credible page, and that links to your page with similar relevant content, is worth a 1,000 links stashed in the back of someone’s website on their links page! The problem then is getting those quality links. A target for a serious link campaign is at least one or two quality inbound links added per day. There are a number of places to go hunting links and these are discussed below.

A useful tool, and probably the best place to start, is this link harvester.. Start by going to Google and typing in your selected keyword search and record the URLs’ of the top 10 results. Next go to the links harvester and type in every one of those URLs’ to get a list of all their back links in Yahoo and MSN download the results to CSV files. Now go through the list you create and if appropriate seek a link from every one of these pages.



Directories

The authoritative value of the web page from where the link comes from is important, and there is no better place to start than industry specific directories. Some key travel directories are:

Other important directories which it should be ensured that your website is listed in are:

• DMOZ
• Yahoo
• JoeAnt
• Gimpsy
• Craigs List

Before submitting your site in a directory ensure that yout onsite SEO has been completed as per
the outline plan above, including checking all links etc are working within the website Research each
directory or search engine and its categories individually to ensure you submit the site to the
correct area it is very difficult to change afterward. Research the best description for each
directory to match other websites that have already been accepted, but also make sure it is unique  don’t stock use the same description for every directory. Submit the home page and wait for that to be listed before submitting internal web pages but don’t ignore the importance of listing internal pages. Finally, consider paying for expedited submissions, don’t use automated software and don’t over submit check that your site is not already listed.

Authoritative sites
Again harping on about the value of the authoritative link, but moving away from the more mainstream directories links can be searched for from unusual authority sites such as public libraries. Wikis are important places to have links of high quality. To find wikis regarding your keywords type: “keywords” inurl:wiki into Google. Wikis are websites where anyone can update content and you can contribute to this content with your website address if appropriate.

Content Specific Partners
The real task exists in getting links from industry partners on high quality pages with similar content, and even more preferably with the anchor text that is your keywords that links to your pages with that content. Achieving this is a monumental task. The first place to start is to devise a programme that other sites will link to your website as part of some level of recognition. These companies could be sent a logo, or onsite award, or similar that they can put on their website promoting you. Think
about a programme that gives independent acknowledgment for them and in repayment you receive the inbound link.

Google Site Maps Guide and Tips Best Solution Your Site and Blog

A website site map has always been seen as a necessary from a users point of view, but recently the importance of a site map was kicked up a gear when Google and other search engines allowed the submission of your site map directly to their servers to assist them in identifying which parts of your website that should be indexed. Some search engines will not index a page that can not be reached either in the normal course of navigation or even directly from the home page. Google however, will access and index these pages by following your site map. There is a particular format for the site map (which is produced in XML) and they should include a priority weighting on the pages to indicate the importance of the content (keywords) and also notification of the regularity of changes made to the pages.

Every time the site is updated the site map should also be updated. If Google (or any other search engines for that matter) follow the site map to nonexistent pages and links they will certainly devalue the site and may even stop returning to the site for some time. There are automatic tools to keep the site map updated, including RSS feeds of new content.

SEO

Tutorial Linking In-Site, Outbound and RSS Feeds

The goal of an Internet Marketing Strategy is to create a perception of authority and credibility. The use of anchor text and in-site links is an important element of search engine optimisation and one that is increasingly done well on all websites, as it is so easy to institute. Anchor text refers to the text that is used as a link to somewhere else. So rather than using the words click here, the link is put onto
the specific relevant text. Search engines place quality weight against the keywords which contain
links. But, an important corollary is that search engines will also discount the link and the keyword if the link does not go to relevant content! Make sure that the link goes to the content with the same keywords, preferably straight to a heading containing the keyword that was used in the link.

Links contained in your content to other parts of your site also provide secondary guides to those pages for search engines. Dynamic menus, expanding menus, and images within menus all pose problems for search engines to follow and the use of in-site linking within the content can navigate
the search engine to those pages instead. The goal of the Internet Marketing Strategy is create the perception of authority and credibility. One of the accepted methodologies (from both a reader and a search engines point of view) is to provide outgoing links to valuable resources.

Like in-site linking the valuable rule is to use quality keyword anchor text as part of the link and most importantly to only link to relevant content directly within the site your are referencing. A handful of high quality outward links to similarly high quality sites increases your sites search engine rankings for the keywords causing the links. Some warnings: ensure the website you are linking to is refutable called being associated with the right neighbourhood; and ensure the content you are linking to is relevant to your users and that the site is not using any illegal search engine tactics that may devalue your site by association the Google Page Rank is a good reference point for the quality of the site and pages you are linking to.

In the same way as outbound links reaffirm a sites credibility and authority on a particular subject so to can inbound RSS feeds build up your websites content for particular keywords. Like outbound links the content must be relevant and also credible. Travel companies, particularly backpacking companies are in an enviable position of being able to draw on the vast number of Travelogues that
travellers produce often talking about a company. or product This content can be fed into a website via inbound RSS feeds.

The important point is to only use the inbound content as a supplement to your own content, rather than as a replacement or Google will see these pages purely as link pages. The inbound feeds are designed to add third party weight to the value of your keyword optimised content!

 Optimisation Site and Blog with Social  Bookmarking

The social Internet is a factor of the Internet in a very short time social orcommunity elements have completely gone mainstream. At the minimum a website optimisation programme should facilitate social bookmarking. According to Wikipedia:

“In a social bookmarking system, users store lists of Internet resources (usually webpages), which they find useful. These lists are usually accessible to the public, and other people with similar interests can view the links by category, tags, or even randomly. They also categorize their resources by the use of informally assigned, user-defined keywords or tags. Most social bookmarking services allow users to search for bookmarks which are associated with given "tags", and rank the resources by the
number of users which have bookmarked them. Many social bookmarking services also have implemented algorithms to draw inferences from the tag keywords that are assigned to resources
by examining the clustering of particular keywords, and the relation of keywords to one another.”

To make bookmarking your site easier you should provide the links to the main bookmarking sites pre coded to take your web page URL and suggested keywords directly into the social
bookmark site.
Some examples are:

1. Del.icio.us
2. Digg
3. Reddit
4. Blinklist
5. Newsvine

Monday, November 8, 2010

Tutorial Google Analystic

Tutorial Google Analystics Know Before Deciding SEO

Simply stated, Google is the standout leader in search today. It has the most eyeballs and the most new trends, and it’s the only search engine with its own entry in the dictionary. Once a search-only entity, Google now offers a mail service, a map service, and a traffic and conversion tracking service, not to mention a diverse menu of specialty search options, including video, image, blog, and local. See Table for handy Google facts for SEOs.

Google has been an all-out trendsetter in the evolution of the search algorithm. Link popularity? Google made it hugely important. The probable death of paid inclusion? Thank Google. A website’s age being a factor in its ranking? Blame Google. We’ll go into the details throughout the chapter, but let’s face it: The world of SEO is playing Follow the Leader, and Google’s at the head of the line.

The current hot topics at Google are its new SEO friendly products. One is Google Sitemaps, a service that allows the site owner to submit a list of URLs and other factors to Google for improved indexing (but not improved ranks). And the other is Google Analytics, a robust conversion tracking service. Both products are in the beta phase of development as of this writing.
 Products like these have been around for years. So why are they big news in the SEO community? Two reasons: They’re free, and they come from Google.

Submit And Register Search Engines Yahoo MSN AOL ASK

Search Engine Google's Answer Below


Taken as a group, the major non Google search engines that we’re about to discuss make up a larger percentage of the search market than Google, which means they deserve your attention. This is even more true if your organization is looking for an edge in a special area such as shopping, local, or mobile search. Non Google search engines allow you to fill out your website’s presence so that it is not overly dependent :
on rankings on a single site (what was that expression, something about eggs…and a basket?).
Now, we’ll fill you in on what you need to know about the search engines other than Google:

1• Yahoo!

2• MSN

3• AOL

4• Ask



5. Bing

Yahoo Search

Yahoo! (yes, the exclamation point is part of its name a bane to copy editors everywhere) is one of the oldest and still one of the best-known search engines. Already an established presence when Google was still in diapers, Yahoo ! has now settled into the number two spot. Nevertheless, with its considerable legacy and the muscle to expand its offerings through major corporate purchases (the most recent acquisition of popular
social bookmarking site delicious shows that Yahoo ! is in tune with trendy new directions in search), Yahoo! is a force to be reckoned with. Table below shows you handy Yahoo ! facts for SEOs.

An important point to keep in mind is that Yahoo !’s market share as listed in Table 4.2 includes searches in Yahoo ! properties and “channels” such as news, shopping and sports. That means Yahoo!’s percentage of “standard” organic searches might be lower than the number implies. Still, Yahoo!’s healthy share of traffic will come in mighty handy if your Google juice fails you.

MSN Search Engine

 In case you didn’t know, MSN is a property of a quaint little organization known as “Microsoft Corp.” MSN is not, shall we say, a favorite among SEO pros. In forum postings, blogs, and websites, SEOs and website owners complain bitterly about long waits for spidering, irrelevant and spammy results, and a market share number that some believe is inflated by the fact that MSN.com is the default browser home page for
many computers.

Though it was very late in creating its own independent search results (as recently as 2005, MSN was still showing results from the Yahoo! database), MSN still has a chance to exceed expectations by leveraging its bulk. Check out the MSN facts in Table below .

 MSN’s PPC service, called MSN ad Center, is currently in beta and scheduled to be fully operational in June 2006. MSN could put up some serious competition to the
current wonder twins of PPC, Google AdWords and YSM. Early reports say that the new service will offer much more targeted sponsorships, with the capability for advertisers to select specific audiences by age, gender, location, and time of day.

AOL Search Engine

The most important thing to know about AOL is that it uses the Google database for search results. That means, from an SEO perspective, AOL can be safely ignored. See Table Below for basic facts about AOL. AOL may continue to score a respectable share of the search market, but we don’t think AOL will be generating its own independent search results anytime soon. Because of that, we won’t say another word about AOL in this book. Want to do well on AOL? Do well on Google (or whoever else AOL partners with in the future). ‘Nuff said.
 
Ask
Search Engine

In a move that had hundreds of SEO industry wags shouting, “It’s about time!” Ask has dropped Jeeves the butler from its branding, and is redefining itself as a Google like search engine, with a clean, search-focused interface. Most important, Ask’s previous focus on “natural language” queries such as “who is the prime minister of Kazakhstan?” has given way to a focus on more standard keyword-based queries such as “prime minister kazakhstan.” See Table below for basic facts about Ask. With no website submittal process and little market share as of now, Ask receives little attention from the SEO industry, and rightfully so. However, we like its prospects for the future. Its business strategy seems to be floating in limbo, but the SEO world agrees that the search results are excellent, and that certainly bodes well. Now that you’ve got a handle on the top search engines, we’ll discuss the elements that influence their rankings.

Which Affect Keywords Appear in Search Engine

Search Engine Keywords


You already know that search engines use complicated secret formulas, called ranking algorithms, to determine the order of their results. You even know from Chapter 3, “Eternal Truths of SEO,” that some of the most Eternally Important factors are your web page text and your HTML title tags. Now we’re going to wrap what you already know into an organic optimization cheat sheet that you can peek at next time someone
asks you, “What do search engines care about, anyway?” But first, a disclaimer: The SEO profession is an upstart one, with no degrees to be earned or widely accepted canon of literature (and if there were, it’d change every five months anyway).

So we’re all out there trying to figure this stuff out on our own, using different test cases, chasing morphing search engines, and possessing varying levels of interest and talent in the writing and technical components of SEO. SEO experts are a diverse group, ranging from the fanatical to the rabidly fanatical, and there are
radically differing opinions within the SEO community about what works and what’s important. We’ve distilled what we believe to be the best-of-the-best advice and present it here in a simplified form.

Here’s the lowdown on the most important factors:

1• HTML page title

2• Visible HTML text on the page

3• Inbound links (quality and quantity)

4• Inbound link anchor text

5• Age of domain

6• Lesser factors

We’ll get into how to optimize all of these factors in Part III. But for now, as you read through them, think about how much attention you’ve given to each of them on your own site. Maybe, like a lot of site owners, you’ve been focusing on the bottom of the list—the least important factors—more than the biggies at the top. As you think about what matters to the search engines, keep this in mind:

That means each and every page is an opportunity to optimize for the following: HTML page title The HTML page title is today’s hands-down leader, and an Eternally Important factor, in search engine ranking algorithms. As a bonus, optimizing your HTML page titles is one of those activities that will quickly affect the way your listings look in the search engines.

Visible HTML text on the page It seems obvious, but you would be surprised at how many site owners miss this simple point: In order to rank well for a particular set of keywords, your site text should contain them. True, there are examples of pages that rank well for words not actually appearing on the page (see the sidebar “Googlebombing and ‘Miserable Failure’”) but this is not something you want to leave to chance.
You may see SEO pros insist that you need 250 or 1,000 words on a page and that 5 to 10 percent of these words must be your target keywords (SEO folks call that percentage keyword density). We say this: As long as you have robot-readable text on your page (a great first step that many of your competitors, believe it or not, may have missed), you should use as many keywords as you need to state your message clearly and as many opportunities to insert keywords as makes sense within the realm of quality writing. Your marketing
message is much too special to be put into a formula.

Inbound links (quality and quantity) Coming in at #3 in our list of search engine ranking factors is inbound links to your website. Why are inbound links so important in the search engine ranking algorithms? Because they can indicate a page’s quality, popularity, or status on the Web and site owners have very little control over their own inbound links. (Being off-page factors, inbound links can be influenced only indirectly.) Links with the most rank-boosting power are links from a home page (as opposed to links from pages buried deep within the site) and links from authority pages in the topical community, meaning pages with their own collection of fabulous inbound links from other websites covering the same topic. The same quality factors hold true for links coming from within your site.

Inbound link anchor text We mentioned in that the way other websites refer to your website is one of the ways that search engines understand your content. Anchor text, also called linking text, is the text that is “clickable” on the Web, and it is an important factor in search ranking algorithms. Anchor text that contains your page’s targeted keywords can help boost your page’s ranks. Combining this keyword-rich anchor text
with relevant text surrounding the link can amplify this good effect.

Age of domain In one of the more perplexing and frustrating developments in SEO in recent years, site owners have noticed that newer domains have a much tougher time making their way up the ranks than older ones. Read more about this in the sidebar “The Google Sandbox.” So far, this phenomenon has only been spotted in Google, but you know what happens when Google does something: Sooner or later the others are
likely to follow suit. You have been warned.

Lesser factors There are a large number of additional, lesser factors that can influence your ranking. Google, for example, probably includes hundreds and possibly even thousands of factors in its algorithm. Things like keywords in your meta tags, image ALT tags, and page URL all have some degree of influence, as do factors that may be harder for you to control, such as the popularity of a page (as measured by the search
engine’s own click-through tallies) or how often it is updated. For a comprehensive list of ranking factors, including commentary from several knowledgeable SEO professionals.

Study As a Marketing SEO

Marketing For SEO

Marketing, Sales, and Public Relations make up a corporate SEO trifecta. Get all three excited about your SEO campaign and you’ll have built your “brain-trust” foundation for success. Here’s some food for thought that might come in handy when you need to deal with these departments.

Marketing: VIPs of SEO In most organizations, the majority of the tasks relating to SEO will be performed by people in the marketing department. We’re guessing you’re a member of this department yourself. It’s a natural progression: the marketing department may already be handling the website as well as offline marketing such as print ads, television, radio, billboards and online marketing such as banner ads and direct e-mails. The marketing team will likely be instrumental in the SEO tasks like keyword brainstorming and research, writing text for descriptions and page titles, writing pay-per-click (PPC) ad copy, managing PPC campaigns, and executing link-building campaigns.

The folks on the marketing team have, quite literally, the skills to pay the bills, and they probably don’t need any convincing that SEO is a worthwhile effort. What they will need, however, is some organization and some focusing. What does your marketing team know about the importance of robot-readable text, keyword placement, and PPC campaign management? Maybe a lot. Maybe nothing. Maybe they know something that was worthwhile a few years ago but is now outdated. Since you’re in charge of the SEO team, it will help you to know what the general knowledge level is and then think of yourself as the on-site SEO educator.

We have found that marketing staffers are almost always open to a little education about how the search engines work, as long as the information is provided on a need-to-know basis. For example, whenever we brainstorm for keywords with a marketing manager, inevitably their list contains terms that are extremely vague (“quality”) or so specific that nobody is searching for them (“geometric specifications of duckpin
bowling balls”). When we trim down that list, we always explain the basic concept of search popularity vs. relevance. But when it comes to educating the team, a little bit of  information at a time is key; you don’t want to drown your colleagues in too many details.

But what if you’re not working in such a receptive environment? Maybe you are the only one convinced of the positive powers of SEO. Perhaps, for reasons of budget or time, you don’t have the buy-in you need to move forward. Perhaps other marketing programs are taking precedence or the department can’t seem to make the leap from offline to online marketing. If that’s the case, it’s time to convince the marketing manager of the importance of your SEO project!

Here’s one way to approach it: Focus on the needs of the marketing department. Yes, it’s time for you to go into therapist mode and do a whole lot of listening. Is there something that they’ve been dying to get done? A new tagline, perhaps? Maybe some changes to the corporate website? Are they feeling overworked? Do
they secretly want to drop one segment—say, billboard advertising—out of the marketing mix? Are they having trouble getting help from the IT department? Tell them SEO can help.

SEO can provide the trackability that they’ve been waiting for. It may provide justification for dropping less-successful advertising venues. It can forge new alliances between Marketing and IT. On the “warm and fuzzy” side, it may provide an outlet for a creative soul who feels trapped in marketingspeak and wants to do more creative writing. And SEO is an extremely telecommuting-friendly enterprise. Is there a
new dad in the department who would love to spend a portion of his week working from home?

Once you’ve found some common ground and the enthusiasm is starting to grow, look through your conversion goals from Chapter 1, “Clarify Your Goals,” and consider starting Your SEO Plan with a a pilot project that you can focus your SEO efforts on together. Pick something close to the hearts of the marketing staff: a recent or upcoming launch, a section of your site devoted to a special event, a promotion, or
a product line that’s down in the dumps. Cherry-pick if you can! It’s important that these early experiences be positive ones.

Study SEO As Well To Sales

Selling SEO to Sales and  SEO for Sales Ouir Blog And Web


SEO for Sales as you gave a lot of thought to the fundamental goals of your business. Your sales department will be happy to hear that your SEO campaign will be bringing in not just traffic, but targeted traffic that leads directly to sales. You will be looking for their help in the following areas of SEO: keyword brainstorming, assistance with conversion tracking, competitive analysis, and insight into the customers’ Web habits.

Since Sales often has the most direct contact with customers, they will have excellent ideas to add to your keyword brainstorming sessions. And if your conversions are of the easy-to-measure variety, such as online purchases, they’ll probably enjoy monitoring conversion rates on a PPC campaign and adjusting accordingly.
On the other hand, you may have a harder time getting help with conversion tracking for transactions made over the phone or in person.

The sales department may not want to make the effort to figure out exactly how the person on the other end of the phone got their number, or they may feel that grilling the customers about how they found you will interfere with the sales process. You need to convince your sales team that incorporating this sort of follow-up into the sales process is not a waste of time because it’s important for everyone to know whether the website is generating profits.

The key to bringing your sales team on board for these more difficult tasks is educating them on the connection between targeted search engine traffic and bottom line sales:

How can you make it easier for the sales team to track conversions to the website? One way is to set up a special toll-free number and display it prominently on your website—but nowhere else! In this way, you can easily tell which customers got the number there (“Month Two: Establish the Habit” you’ll learn more about this and other tracking options.) It’s not a perfect solution because it doesn’t tell you which search engines and keywords were used, but it does succeed in connecting the dots for the sales department: SEO → Website Traffic → More Phone Calls → More Sales → Bigger Bonus!

PROFESIONAL Study SEO As Well To Public Relation

SEO and Public Relations Can Relate

If your company has a public relations (PR) department, you’re in luck. If not, think about this: If you got a phone call tomorrow from a radio station wanting to do a story on your company, who would they speak with? That’s your PR department. PR folks are very well suited to work with you on your SEO campaign. They’re careful about words, they’re excellent communicators, and they probably know how to take the time to track their results. They are the “keepers” of the brand, creating and monitoring the face that your organization puts forth to the public. Look to PR for help with keyword brainstorming, optimizing press releases, link building, and keeping your search engine listings and other links in line with your branding.

A typical PR department is primarily concerned with getting your company mentioned in the media and making sure that the publicity is accurate and ideally positive. Many newspaper and magazine articles, not to mention blog postings, are triggered by press releases or other forms of contact from a PR department. And it’s fair to say that search engines deserve a place among these media sources: just like magazines, newspapers and the like, search engines provide a free, ostensibly unbiased third-party source of publicity for your organization.

Even more important from a PR point of view, search engines have become a key research tool for those very journalists, bloggers, and thought leaders PR is chatting up in the first place. You might meet some resistance from a PR department that thinks of SEO as strictly a form of advertising. In truth, SEO often does walk a fine line. A PPC or Pay Per Click campaign is most clearly within the advertising classification, but other SEO tasks, such as including target keywords in press releases or gaining incoming links from business contacts, fall more directly into the PR bucket. Once you explain to your PR folks that you will be seeking their assistance only with organic SEO activity, they should be more open to the possibilities.

As the department that protects the company brand, PR will likely have a great deal of interest in the brand maintenance tasks that fall under the SEO umbrella: monitoring search engine listings and other online mentions for currency and accuracy. You may need to educate the PR team about how to find outdated information online, but once they know where (and how) to look, don’t be surprised if they develop a passion
for rooting out the “uglies.”

What if your website is not trying to sell anything or gather leads, or run advertising for revenue? What if the only goal of your website is brand awareness? This is when you need your PR department most of all. The folks in PR are already skilled in handling those difficult-to-measure soft targets offline through clipping services and surveys. They may even be doing some tracking of online mentions. Now you need to tie their tracking efforts together with the SEO campaign to make sure that SEO gets credit where credit is due. We’ll talk more about online brand-awareness tracking options in Part III, “Your SEO Plan.” Luckily, PR people are generally very comfortable with documentation. You shouldn’t have too hard a time convincing them to document their SEO successes.

Study And Know How Search Engines Robots Work

Why Turned Base Seeker Machine at Work so They can Find Keywords in For Search 
We’re going to start with the basics of how the search engines work, and a major component of this is a robot, or spider, which is software that slurps up your site’s text and brings it back to be analyzed by a powerful central “engine.” This activity is referred to as crawling or spidering. There are lots of different metaphors for how robots work, but we think ants make the best one. Think of a search engine robot as an explorer ant, leaving the colony with one thought on its mind: Find food. In this case, the “food” is HTML text, preferably lots of it, and to find it, the ant needs to travel along easy, obstacle-free paths: HTML links. Following these paths, the ant (search engine robot), with insect-like single-mindedness, carries the food (text) back to its colony and stores it in its anthill (search engine database).

Thousands and thousands of the little guys are exploring and gathering simultaneously all over the Internet. (See Figure 3.1 for a visual example.) If a path is absent or blocked, the ant gives up and goes somewhere else. If there’s no food, the ant brings nothing back.

So basically, when you think of a search engine, you really need to think of a database that holds pieces of text that have been gathered from millions of sites all over the web. What sets that engine in motion? A search. When a web surfer enters the term “grape bubble gum” into the search engine, all of the sites that might be relevant for that term are brought to the forefront. The search engine sifts through its database for sites containing terms like “grape growers,” “stock market bubble,” and “gum disease.” It uses a secret formula a.k.a. search ranking algorithm—to sort the results, and in a fraction of a second, a list of relevant sites, many containing the exact phrase “grape bubble gum,” will be returned in the results page.

There are lots of things that factor into the way robot search engines determine the rank for their main search results. But, just for a start, in order to be in the running for ranks, you need to provide HTML text to feed the search engines and HTML links as clear paths to the food. Keeping those robots well-fed and happy is going to be one of the biggest priorities in Part III, “Your SEO Plan.”

Study And Know 20 Features of the Google User Interface

20 Feature Google 


 It’s surprising how many useful features are tucked into such a simplistically elegant interface as Google’s. Making the most out of Google is as much about knowing the nuances of this interface as it is about mastering Google’s query operators:

1. I’m Feeling Lucky: Takes you directly to the first search result

2. Images: Takes you directly to a search results page of Google Images, featuring relevant photos and illustrations

3. Groups: Takes you directly to a search results page of Google Groups, featuring relevant Usenet newsgroup posts

4. News: Takes you directly to a search results page of Google News, featuring relevant news articles

5. Froogle: Takes you directly to a search results page of Froogle, featuring relevant products from online catalogs

6. More Google services and tools: Offers access to Google’s many other sites, such as Google Answers, Google Labs, Google Directory, etc.

7. Advanced Search: In case you don’t remember all the search operators from Parts 1 and 2 and you want to do advanced searching

8. Preferences: Change the number of search results displayed per page

9. SafeSearch filtering: Turn this feature on from within the Preferences page

10. Spelling corrections: Google automatically suggests more popular/likely spellings

11. Cached: A previously archived version of the Web page listed in the Google search results

12. Indented results: Results from the same site are grouped together (two is the maximum displayed per page)

13. More Results: Additional matches from the same site

14. View as HTML: Text extract of a non-HTML document, viewable within your Web browser

15. Translate This Page: Machine translation of a foreign language document into English

16. Date: Displayed if the search result has been freshly indexed within the last day or two

17. Similar Pages: Documents that Google considers to be related to that document

18. Search Within Results: Your subsequent query will be applied only to the current set of search results

19. Search term definitions: Definitions of each word in your query, according to Dictionary.com

20. Sponsored links: Advertisers bid to be positioned here, and pay per click.



You’ve seen the Google home page many times before. But have you ever been properly introduced? Please allow me to do the honors. The numbers in the red circles correspond to the interface features listed in the table above.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Google Search Adsense Revenue

Google Adsense Search

The Adsense for Search program is a great way of increasing your website revenue while helping your customers search your site at the same time.

Have you ever been to a website and seen a Google search box on it? Did you know that every time you type in a search from someone else's site and then click on one of the results that are returned the website owner is getting paid by Google? Think about that for a minute. By using Adsense for Search you can actually get paid for giving people exactly what they are looking for!

This makes Adsense for Search a very powerful tool that you can use to increase your Adsense income. Not only does it add more functionality to your site, it also ensures you that you are giving visitors to your website precisely what they are looking for. But it doesn't stop there.

You can use it in conjunction with Adsense for Content, plus you can include ad blocks that will be targeted to your visitors search term on your search results page. These ads are gold because they will be relevant to what ever your visitor types in the search box not just to the content of your web pages.

 Are you beginning to see the power of adding a Google search box to your website? Adding the Google search box to your website is very simple. Google has complete instructions on their website. All you have to do is copy and paste to code that Google provides you with into your HTML wherever you want it to show up on your page. Then you customize the search results page to suit your website’s theme, include your Adsense ad blocks and you are all done.

The Layout For Pages Your Adsense Earnings

With Adsense you can place up to 3 ad blocks on your web page. You will find different theories on whether or not it is most effective to have your ads blend in with or stand out from the content on your page. While some would say they have better results when the ads stand out, in my opinion it is best to try and make them blend in with the rest of the site as much as possible so that your visitors will see them as content rather than advertisements.

Try mixing the ad blocks throughout your content to create a natural flow through the page. The proper positioning of your ads should be done with great care. The goal is to position your ads where your visitors are most likely to click on them. According to research the first place most people look when they visit a website is to the top left of the page.

Although it may seem to be a good idea to add bright borders, colors or links to make you ads pop out on the page you will want to take in to consideration what your visitors are looking for when they come to your site. If they are there looking for information or a solution to a problem they would be more likely to click through on a link that appears to be content rather than one that looks like an ad. If they are there shopping for a product you may do better to have your ads stand out.

Always keep your visitor in mind when you are building your pages

Google has run tests that show horizontal ads tend to receive more clicks than vertical ones. The idea being that a person is more used to reading horizontally. So they are more likely to be attracted to this layout. The larger rectangular ads that read horizontally have been proven to get more clicks simply because they are easier to read and look more like blocks of content rather than advertisements.

Another tip for ad placement: There are certain areas to place ads that are thought to be more likely to encourage a greater click through than others. For instance: above the page footer, below the navigation at the top of the page and on the top left hand side of the page. Keep in mind that near the middle above the main content is thought by many to be best place to put your ad blocks.

Let's say that you have 3 ad blocks on your page, but still want more. What can you do? Here comes Google's link units to the rescue. You are allowed to add these in addition to standard 3 ad blocks without breaking any of the Adsense rules. These link units are a great way to incorporate ads that can look like they are a natural part of your sites navigation menus, but when they are clicked on they take the reader to a page of targeted ads that are related to the topic of your site.

I know this is a lot to think about, but it is very important to take the time to think about your page layout. If you get stuck for ideas just start surfing. See what other sites are doing. Where they are putting their ads.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Only 10 Minutes Blog To Indexed google And Search Engine

4 FOLLOW EXCELLENT ENHANCEMENTS FOR YOUR WEB SITE :


1. Add a Search Engine to Your Site in 10 Minutes

Here’s a system you can use to add a search engine to your site with just a few minutes work. The system provides search reports, so you can see what visitors are searching for; automatically generated site maps (a “tree” showing the relationship of pages); automatically generated What’s New lists; and scheduled re-indexing. You can omit certain pages, or even parts of a page, from the search, modify a page’s ranking, and so on.
There is one catch. When a visitor to your site is using the search system, ads will be displayed on the results page. If that’s okay with you, visit http://www.FreeFind.com/ to see how it works and to sign up for service.

Here are two other similar services:
Atomz: http://Atomz.com/ And SearchButton.com: http://www.searchbutton.com/

2. Run Auctions at Your Web Site With Free Software

Have you considered setting up an auction program at your Web site? I ran into an open source program recently for managing auctions. “Open source” software is free software you can use it without paying for it. It’s software that is created by programmers who come together in a metaphorical sense, because often these programmers never meet each other, or even talk with each other on the phone. The interesting thing about Open Source is how it develops almost organically. Programmers add things that interest them—instead of having a long-term development plan, the program develops in an unforeseen direction, dependent on the whims of the programmers involved.

The program in question is EveryAuction, and you can find it here:
http://www.everysoft.com/auction/

3. Add “Viewlet” Content to Your Site Its Free

Viewlets are little Java-based animations that can be used to demonstrate a process of some kind. At the Qarbon.com site http://www.Qarbon.com/ you’ll find viewlets demonstrating how to use AOL menus and tools, how to work with Web browsers, how to use PowerPoint, how to work with Linux, and so on. (At the moment they’re mostly used for demonstrating software, but you could put any kind of images into them to demonstrate any process, really.)

As the viewlets are Java applets, they won’t work in all browsers, but they will work in most: Minimal Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape 4.06, AO1 4.0 and later on MS Windows (unfortunately they won’t work in Mac versions of Netscape until Netscape upgrades its Java support for the Mac). Creating viewlets is very easy. Qarbon.com provide a special tool to help you drop images into the viewlet and add your own text callouts; you can use voice-overs, too

4. Set Up a Discussion Group on Your Site

Many Web sites use discussion groups (also known as a bulletin boards, message boards, and sometimes a Web forum) as a way for people to discuss your products or simply as a service to people a way to attract them to your Web site. For instance, setting up a discussion group for people interested in emus is one way to make your emu-lovers’ site stand out. A discussion group can be part of an overall package that makes a site popular with a certain group of people, just one more element that attracts people to your site and keeps them coming back. You can even set up several groups for different purposes; once you’ve set up one, it’s quite easy to set up another.

Here’s another way to use a discussion group. Set up a weeklong discussion with a celebrity or wellknown
person in your field. Your emu site might invite a successful emu farmer, a music site might invite a musician, a company selling software might invite the author of a book about their software, and so on. For one week, or however long this person is willing to take part, people can visit your site to pose questions and read the celebrity’s responses.

There are a number of ways to create discussion groups. FrontPage has a wizard that helps you build one. If you’re not using FrontPage, you might use a utility service to set one up there are a number of places that will allow you to build discussion groups at their sites, and link into them from your own so that it appears to be part of your site. Here are a few such services:

Cybersites, http://www.cybersites.com/
Delphi, http://www.delphi.com/
eCircles.com, http://www.ecircles.com/
EdGateway, http://edgateway.net/
EVine, http://www.evine.com/
Excite Communities, http://www.excite.com/communities/
FriendFactory, http://www.friendfactory.com/
InterClubs, http://interclubs.com/
JointPlanning, http://www.jointplanning.com/
Lycos Clubs, http://clubs.lycos.com/
Network54, http://network54.com/
Yahoo! Clubs, http://clubs.yahoo.com/

QUICK AND EASY WAYS IMPROVE YOUR SITE BLOG

4 quick steps to improve traffic blog visitors
1. Find and Fix Broken Links and Other Errors



There are a number of online services that can check your site for problems. You can set these to run automatically on a schedule, and to send you a report. The checkers can do various things, from checking links to spell checking and HTML checking. Most of these services provide free demo reports, by the way they’ll check a few pages, maybe even 100, on your site and send you the report so you can see what you’ll get when you sign up.

- LinkAlarm: http://LinkAlarm.com/

- Doctor HTML and RxHTMLPro: http://www2.imagiware.com/

- NetMechanic: http://www.NetMechanic.com/

- Web Site Garage: http://websitegarage.netscape.com/

- Tucows Library: http://www.tucows.com/

- Dr. Watson: http://watson.addy.com/ And more ..http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Data_Formats/HTML/Validation_and_Checkers/



2. Make Sure Your Site Looks Good in All Browsers

One of the biggest frustrations for anyone creating Web pages is the fact that what looks fine in one browser may look terrible in another. It’s an unfortunate fact that not all browsers are equal. How, then, do you avoid problems? Really the only way to be sure is to check your work in different browsers. Which? Well, there’s the problem. There are so many different browsers, versions of browsers, and operating systems, that there’s no way you’ll be able to check all the possibilities.

NetMechanic at http://www.NetMechanic.com/ has set up a service called Browser Photo. This service tests your pages on 14 different browser/operating system combinations, a combination of AOL, Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, WebTV, and Opera (including 11 different Explorer and Navigator versions), a variety of different screen sizes, and three different operating systems: PC, iMac, and WebTV.

3. Add a Heading or Tag Line to Your Name Plate

The name of a product or a company is rarely in itself a compelling marketing message. Therefore you should hardly ever head a Web page with the name of the product or company. Instead, craft a compelling statement of the benefit someone gets out of buying the product or doing business with the firm. After that hook you can introduce the identity of the Web page’s sponsor.

4. Include a Guarantee and a Privacy Statement

If you’re selling something on your site, a guarantee will help take away the feeling of risk. If you’re a smaller, relatively unknown company you need to establish credibility fast. Offering a guarantee will increase orders more than it will cost in returned items. You also should include a privacy statement when asking visitors to provide information, namely their e-mail address.

Get To Know HTML Before Blog

There are 3 types HTML code in your blog :

1. HTML Page Titel

Probably the most important of the visible text elements is your HTML page title. In the code, it looks like this:
<title> Dave’s Custom Bikes, Santa Cruz, California – Electric Bikes </title> On the page, it looks like this. And in the search engines, it gets top billing, usually as the bolded first line of a search results page, like this.

The page title is Eternally Important because it gets maximum exposure in the search engine results pages. If you care about getting clicks to your site, this text should be succinct and compelling, and for your best chance at conversions, it should accurately summarize the page content.

 2. HTML Meta Description Tag

The meta description tag is an example of invisible text. In the code, it looks like this: <Meta name=”description” content=”Bobux baby shoes are the original soft soled shoes with the elastomatic ankle system that makes them easy to slip on and they stay on.”> And in the search engines, it can be displayed as the description under the page title. Notice how the searched-for keywords are bolded in the search engine results.

Much of the time, however, the meta description tag is passed over, and instead, a “snippet” of the page is displayed instead. You can’t control when or where your meta description tag will display, but like your page title, it should be compelling, keyword rich, and unique for every page.

 3. HTML Meta Keyword Tag

The meta keywords tag, another invisible text element, is the place where site owners can list their keywords, including variations of keywords such as misspellings, that wouldn’t be appropriate for the visible text elements. In the code, it looks like this:

<meta name=”keywords” content=”movies, films, movie database, actors, actresses, directors, hollywood, stars, quotes”> It is rarely seen on the search engines, and that’s a good thing because it’s one of the few elements on your website that you can write specifically for the search engines and not your audience. This excites a lot of site owners, who think, “Finally! A way to talk to the search engine robots and tell them which terms I want to get my high ranks for!” But search engines prefer to make their own decisions on rank, and this is precisely why the meta keywords tag does not carry a lot of weight.

Monday, October 25, 2010

New Release 2010 Way Your Blog Quick Indexed Google In One Day

2010 New Release Google Search from Blog

For the first time the blog I create this blog post about Creating a blog would easily indexed google but what I will write in this post aalah most of which must be done with the blog so that google was willing mengindexnya without bear responsibility, bloggers should indeed have to make a blog in addition to friendly visitor-friendly but also will esarch engines, google robot will be difficult to index your blog if the blog you are not eligible for majuk to the SERP (search engine result page). The most important of which is mencarai support backlinks, but from what I felt was not easy to get support backlinks from blog friends blogger lainnya.Perlu effort to it.
google suggested that the publishernya register under on his blog in webmaster tools, where we can verify our blog and also know what needs to be updated for our blog google.sitemap easily indexed by SEO experts say is a systematic blueprint of our blog, but because suggested why do not we try it.

In order to facilitate our blog entry SERP we feel we also need to pay attention to whose name the blog age, the age of blogs is more than three months I feel I have enough to get into the SERP, provided with the support of backlinks that makyus and on topic, hopefully Indonesian bloggers can post articles useful and get visitors in abundance.

Seo tutorial this time I will try to explain a few tips to blogspot easily indexed in search engines. Seo tricks have been several times I have applied and been proven to work, I apply this trick on my newly created blog at blogger and articles that I created is also purely the result of copy / paste but it proved successful indexed in google search engine in just a half-day and a maximum of 3 days.


Actually this technique is very simple and I'm sure my friends are bloggers also frequently apply this seo trick, so no wonder I describe below the steps I do to get a new blog created easily indexed in search engines:

 1. Blogger Settings; some things that must be set is the choice Lets Search Engines Find Your Blog (can be set from the Settings menu, Basics, and select Yes), title seo friendly blog, blog template design, blog footer. For this you can read the previous tutorial, optimization tips for bloggers post titles and blogger template design for easy methods for beginners. For other settings that adjust to your needs.

2. Post Some Articles; post some articles.

3. Submit to Search Engines, you simply register your blog to multiple search engines only, register your blog to google, yahoo search and bing or a list of blogs to many search engines at once. For how to submit your blog will be different at each search engine, please follow the instructions requested.

4. Do Ping Blog; function of ping this blog post I mentioned on a blog ping address list.

5. List to the Sites Directory: Some sites of this type are quite popular among others, technorati.com, mybloglog.com, blogcatalog.com and if necessary install the alexa widget on the sidebar of your blog.

6. Comments On Celebrity Blog, Celebrity Blog that I mean here is a blog that already has a bustling traffic and search engine robots usually will frequently visit the blog of this type of celebrity blogs, so when you leave a trail or link our blogs, search engines will usually stop by also keblog us. Well, when it was stopped by the search engine robots that means our blog is indexed in search engines are concerned. My advice, do commentary on at least 5 celebrity blogs, more exact results are also going to be great. In addition to search engine robots, visitors of the celebrity blogs are also sure to come visit.
quick way for easy lookups google blog