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Free Firefox Add-ons Help Internet Businesses

March 9th, 2013 6 comments

If you are not familiar with how Firefox add-ons work, here is a quick introduction. Firefox is a free browser that anyone can use. But unlike other browsers, Firefox allows third party developers to come up with useful applications. These applications can be installed on the browser, and they appear to be part of the browser. For this reason, they are also commonly referred to as Firefox extensions.

Today, there are many different types of Firefox extensions available for download. Mostly, they exist to serve specific interest groups. For example, Firefox extensions for online business owners have been on the rise. These tiny but useful applications show important information about websites or web pages. Such information include traffic rankings, Google page rank and more.

Recently, GadgetAdvisor, a newly launched technology website offers another useful Firefox extension – the Google cache checker. This is a light weight application that shows whether a web page has been cached by Google. If a web page has been cached, a green arrow shows on the status bar. Otherwise, a red X is displayed.

Obviously, many online marketers will find this extension useful when they are considering whether to acquire links. For instance, when considering whether to submit a URL to a web directory, a quick glance at the status bar will let the marketer know whether the site has been properly indexed by Google or not. If the status bar shows a red X, perhaps the marketer may want to skip that directory.

Similarly, an online marketer can adopt the same approach when buying advertising on a site. If the sites contain many web pages that are caches by Google, chances are, it will have higher traffic levels.

This is also useful when buying websites. Usually, sites that are well indexed by the search engines and can supply proof of organic traffic are worth more. As you perform your due diligence and examine the site, don’t forget to check your status bar to see whether the site you are buying is cached by Google or not. Perhaps the seller is trying to sell the site because it has been recently banned by Google! Fortunately, now you have an extension that will warn you before it’s too late.

Sometimes, you may be running search engine optimization campaigns for new websites. With the extension installed in your browser, you no longer have to deliberately visit Google to check whether your new sites have been indexed. As you continue working on your sites, you can always monitor your status bar to see if the web pages have been cached.

As you can see, even a simple Firefox extension like the Google cache checker can come in very handy for online business owners.

You may be surprised to learn that just like the Firefox browser, the Google cache checker is also free for download. You may download and install this application from the GadgetAdvisor website with no strings attached. The only condition is that you don’t host the extension on your own site. If you wish to allow other users to get their hands on this extension, simply refer them to GadgetAdvisor with a simple text link.

Gen Wright

Are Links Important For Search Engine Rankings

March 5th, 2013 4 comments

The amount of quality links pointing to your website determines the popularity of your websites with many of the search engines, so it is very important to obtain quality links. However, you need to know where your website stands in the search engine rankings in order to see how much work you need to do to increase and maintain that popularity rating.

Another way to build links is through free content creation or free article submissions. When creating your website you will need to fill your site with fantastic content and make updates so other sites want to link to your site. Search engines are now smart enough to know that content is related, so, links from relevant sites are more important then links from sites which are irrelevant.

The assumption still is that if a site has valuable content or services to offer that other webmasters will link to that particular site. Most importantly, work on your content for natural linking from other websites. It is hard to get one way links but if you have good content that goes far beyond other sites people will want to link to you, it is still harder to get one way links than it is to get reciprocal links.

Since page rankings is very important to the major search engines, and links influence this, it is important to create a game plan on how to build links to your site. A well laid out plan will help in establishing the overall link plan and strategy to drive traffic to your site. As time goes on your site will grow and your page rank will get better and you will have better chances securing quality links. As you website continues to grow and build in popularity you will need to quality links from other sites pointing to your site to keep your rankings. Link building never stops, if you stop link building and other sites stop linking to you, you could possibly lose your ranking on the search engines.

The amount and quality of links you need will depend on the competitiveness of the keyword phrases for which you are optimizing. If you put in the time and work on your link building efforts over time you will see results in the long run.

Article directories work with many different partners and by writing articles your articles can show up on many different sites. Your best bet in these times is to write articles and submit it to article directories. By using article submission services and directory submission services you are able to increase your ranking to your website, by submitting you are creating one way links back to your site.

Using automated tools are not link farms, the reason for this is because you decide who you want to trade links with each and every week. Continue building quality links and you will see that in time it will all pay off.

Getting the one-way link is more difficult to obtain than reciprocal links, but the pay off will come if you get solid long-term links and you will see the search engine ranking results increase.

David Fishman
http://www.articlesbase.com/internet-articles/are-links-important-for-search-engine-rankings-100850.html

Free Firefox Add-ons Help Internet Businesses

March 5th, 2013 6 comments

If you are not familiar with how Firefox add-ons work, here is a quick introduction. Firefox is a free browser that anyone can use. But unlike other browsers, Firefox allows third party developers to come up with useful applications. These applications can be installed on the browser, and they appear to be part of the browser. For this reason, they are also commonly referred to as Firefox extensions.

Today, there are many different types of Firefox extensions available for download. Mostly, they exist to serve specific interest groups. For example, Firefox extensions for online business owners have been on the rise. These tiny but useful applications show important information about websites or web pages. Such information include traffic rankings, Google page rank and more.

Recently, GadgetAdvisor, a newly launched technology website offers another useful Firefox extension – the Google cache checker. This is a light weight application that shows whether a web page has been cached by Google. If a web page has been cached, a green arrow shows on the status bar. Otherwise, a red X is displayed.

Obviously, many online marketers will find this extension useful when they are considering whether to acquire links. For instance, when considering whether to submit a URL to a web directory, a quick glance at the status bar will let the marketer know whether the site has been properly indexed by Google or not. If the status bar shows a red X, perhaps the marketer may want to skip that directory.

Similarly, an online marketer can adopt the same approach when buying advertising on a site. If the sites contain many web pages that are caches by Google, chances are, it will have higher traffic levels.

This is also useful when buying websites. Usually, sites that are well indexed by the search engines and can supply proof of organic traffic are worth more. As you perform your due diligence and examine the site, don’t forget to check your status bar to see whether the site you are buying is cached by Google or not. Perhaps the seller is trying to sell the site because it has been recently banned by Google! Fortunately, now you have an extension that will warn you before it’s too late.

Sometimes, you may be running search engine optimization campaigns for new websites. With the extension installed in your browser, you no longer have to deliberately visit Google to check whether your new sites have been indexed. As you continue working on your sites, you can always monitor your status bar to see if the web pages have been cached.

As you can see, even a simple Firefox extension like the Google cache checker can come in very handy for online business owners.

You may be surprised to learn that just like the Firefox browser, the Google cache checker is also free for download. You may download and install this application from the GadgetAdvisor website with no strings attached. The only condition is that you don’t host the extension on your own site. If you wish to allow other users to get their hands on this extension, simply refer them to GadgetAdvisor with a simple text link.

Gen Wright

Search Engine Optimization Strategies ~ Keyword Density

March 5th, 2013 3 comments

Not content with your site’s page rank? Of course you want to be on the first twenty search results when somebody typed in the keyword you are targeting. However, you are apparently getting nowhere. Perhaps it’s time to do something about it.

— Keyword Density Misconceptions

One of the first things you should check is your page’s keyword density. Check your articles’ content. They say, to increase the traffic in your site, you need to maintain a keyword density of 2% – 12% in your articles. The higher the percentage, the better are your chances to be on top.

Since you think this is the best that you can do to increase the traffic in your site, you will keep in mind to maintain such a percentage. Hence, in writing your articles, you will aim to reach a certain percentage that you have set. This would not be a problem as long as it is well-written and organized. However it is more than likely that your articles will not make sense because of such great keyword density.

— Keyword Spamming

After packing your pages with keywords, you may not still be able to attain your page rank goals. Your articles may be keyword-packed but the search engines may just lump you up with the keyword spammers. This will not do at all.

The key here is to use other words related to your keyword. How will you do it then? Perhaps the dictionary will help you on this. Writing an article can be exhaustive, though, and it will be even more exhausting if you need to seek related words. There may be times when you run out of words and all you can do is to keep on repeating your keyword/s.

— The Wordtracker Solution

Should you want your site to be top ranking in search results try other means aside from maintaining a certain percentage in word density. Analyze your articles keyword content and variation using a wordtracker.

In case you don’t know, wordtracker is a tool that you can use to search for other words related to your keyword or keywords. Just click on the word universe and all the words related to your keyword or keywords will appear. Thus, you will not keep on repeating the same word or set of words over and over again until you finish your article.

Through the wordtracker, your article will appear very well-written and informative without much difficulty on your part. You can now write as many articles as you want, each packed with relevant keywords that would boost your site ranking, without sacrificing the quality of the information you are conveying to your target market or readers. In short, your pages are keyword-rich even while they makes sense to your target readers.

You may wonder how you can be on top of the search engine results pages if your keyword is not mentioned in your article a lot of times. The fact is, search engines can now group keywords and keyword variations. As long as you have a lot of your keyword variants in the article, that article will still be considered keyword dense and thus relevant. This can lead to increased page rank.

There is a bonus, too, to using word tracker. Once your target consumers reach your site, they will find your content and articles informative and easy to read since it is not filled with a recurring keyword or keyword phrases. Your readers will then find your articles worth reading because you don’t sound so redundant, and they may be induced to bookmark your page, refer you to others or better yet, buy your products or avail of your services.

David Bain
http://www.articlesbase.com/seo-articles/search-engine-optimization-strategies-keyword-density-138905.html

Search Engine Optimization – Off Page – Part1

February 27th, 2013 No comments

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is a science of sorts that will enable you to ensure a very prominent position for your website in the search engines results pages (SERPs). And since 80% of your traffic would come from the search engines, SEO methods take on a critical importance in the success of your online endeavor. Many website owners just put up a website and add content an call it a day. They than wonder why, they never have any consistant traffic comming to their website. Let`s tak about SEO. There are two kinds of SEO, on page and off page.

This article will tackle the latter.
Off page SEO is all about the things you could to get a high page rank (PR) for your website after it has already gone live. These are the things which you actually execute outside the pages of your website, hence the name of this type of SEO Optimization.

What are these steps?
Well, all of them are concerned with building your link popularity. Your link popularity represents the number of back links your website has. To check you websites current link popularity, head over to linkpopularity.com and use the free tool that can be found there. The higher your link popularity, the higher your PR will be.

Building your link popularity involves increasing the number of websites that will link to yours. This is easier said than done. It is not a matter of getting reciprocal links like “you link to mine and I will link to yours.” Google, in particular, despise reciprocal linking. You have to get unilateral or one way links to your website.

The best way to do this is by ensuring that you have unique, highly informative content. Really, this is the number one strategy to invite websites to link to yours. But your content in the realm of on page SEO, and it is assumed that you have made all efforts to ensure great content. Makes perfect sense right? Write good content and people will like you for it.

What are the other ways by which you could build your link popularity? Try the following techniques:

* Article marketing. There are thousands of article directories on the Internet. You could submit articles to these websites. For every submission, you will be allotted a resource box where you can introduce yourself and share a link to your website. Now, some of these article directories have high page ranks. If your articles are accepted, they will be included in their pages. Having a website with high PR linking to yours would go a long way in increasing your own page rank. Additionally, if you will submit just one article to a thousand directories, you would have a thousand pages linking to your website! Sounds like a daunting task? There are article directory submission services available such as Isnare and Article Marketer. They make the whole process so much easier. For a small investment, they will submit your articles to 100`s of directories and more.

* Forum marketing. There are online communities dedicated to the audience that your website is serving. Seek them out, then join them. You will be allotted a signature box, which would appear in every post. In your signature box or “sig file”, you will leave a link to your website. Then post as many significant messages as you could. For every post you make, you will have a page linking to your website.

* About using anchor text. This is vital if you are targeting specific keywords and phrases to be found for in the search engines.

Format all of your keywords into active links.
Your link becomes active for those keywords and the search engines like that. Try to change up your anchored link text frequently so the Search Engines view it as a natural process.

* Advertise at craigslist.com . Now here is a novel strategy. The website craigslist.com is a well known classifieds website with a PR7 score. A PR7 score is rarely high! To have a link in a website like this would give a tremendous boost to your own website. Simply go to that site and choose the category that your pages belong to, then post your advertisement, with your link of course. It does not matter that no one would get to read it. What matters is that the search engine spiders would find your website as they would come from a PR7 site.

* Look for partners who are willing to include your list in their pages. The easiest way to do this is to use the free tool at webconfs.com/backlink-builder.php.

* Try triangular linking. Google despises reciprocal linking, but triangular linking is one way of going around this limitation. Look for two or more webmasters who are willing to give it a shot. Webmaster A could post a link to Webmaster B`s website in his own pages. Webmaster B can post a link to Webmaster C`s website in his own pages. And webmaster C can post a link to Webmaster A`s website in his own pages.

LinkMetro, LinkMarket and EzLink System are great free resources for finding literally 1000`s of link partners. Go ahead and check them out.

Chris Peterson
http://www.articlesbase.com/link-popularity-articles/search-engine-optimization-off-page-part1-95281.html

SEO 2008 Latest SEO Tools and Tips

June 1st, 2012 2 comments

Search engine optimization 2008

 After studying the complete analysis of market trends, competitor’s strategies and the opinion of SEO/SEM experts, the following SEO Techniques required for the Internet Marketing Strategy that improve the page rank. Always keep remember that it’s not a one day process, to improve the page rank be patient for long time, if you applied tactics or tricks then might be possible that your site gain highest page rank soon but only for short term must remember that Unethical Optimization is only for short term and can cause website banned from search engine.

On Page Optimization:

  • Domain Name – Short names are easier to remember ! Include short Primary Keywords ! without hyphens if possible.
  • Domain Extension – .com or .net For the Global Market. Use .co.uk for UK Country specific traffic. If web is not specific then .com will be the best.
  • Host Location – If you’re attracting UK business then host is in the UK.
  • URL Names – include relevant keywords – unique to each page.
  • Navigation Structure – Keep it simple and user friendly.
  • Meta TagsTitle and Description. – Unique detail for each page, related to page content.
  • H1 Tags – Use for the short on page content description.
  • H2 and H3 Tags– Use for Headings for sub category’s within the Content
  • Page Content – Critical Component. Update the content with the passage of time Google love it. Don’t hide any content & don’t use too small font size.
  • Keyword Visibility – Within page Content.
  • Image Alt Tags – Helps with Accessibility.
  • Privacy Policy – Assures trust and confidentiality.
  • The site should confirm to the W3C standards.
  • Create and submit sitemap’s – formatted in either .xml -.htm – .txt.
  • Write Testimonials that are worth using.

  • Success Stories: Add a link of Success Stories on Home Page.

  • Robots.txt – A file which permits or denies access to robots or crawlers to areas of your site.

Off Page Optimization:

  • Utilize relevant Social Networks and Forums related to your Market Sector.
  • Create and submit RSS Feeds to relevant feed directory’s
  • Create and submit Articles. This is one way links which promote the website.
  • Create and submit the Press Releases on every event.
  • Utilize Blog sites relevant to your Market Sector. Also respond the comments.
  • Attract new audiences with your own Podcasts.

  • Create a NEWS section and try to update news daily basis otherwise at least weekly basis in the start.
  • Publish a lively, useful Newsletter.

  • Find relevant websites within the same market sector or niche and form a Link Partnership.
  • Submit your website to relevant or industry related Link Directory’s.
  • All link exchange should be formed by utilising relevant keyword Anchor Text. Don’t link yourself with page rank 0 webs.

In earlier the meta tag and multiple use of keyword (such type of techniques) will enhance the page rank. But now the Search engines are too much intelligent that only these techniques are not enough to get the top rank. The latest research of SEO experts says that link building (One way or exchange) and the Social Networking (submission of articles, blogs, Press releases, Forums and news updates) are necessary. In last year’s those websites which improve their link building & social network will improve more consistently.

 

SEO & SEM Latest Research updates: 2008 by Husnain Haider

Husnain Haider

Search Engine Optimization Tools Available

May 23rd, 2012 4 comments

When you have a website online it is absolutely essential that you optimize the website. Without the optimization the website is simply a shell. Think of your website as a car, without an engine it can’t run, right? Well that’s the same way your website is. You can spend thousands of dollars getting it designed, making a personalized logo and you can sit there and wait for traffic as long as you want; but it might never come without the proper optimization.

Search engine optimization allows your website to show up on the search results of engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN. Without it you’re just a sitting duck. With it, however, you will receive better PR (page rank), visitors, views, and potential sales depending on what your selling. By definition, Search Engine Optimization or SEO is the process of improving incoming traffic to a website from Search Engines. This can be done naturally or organically.

One of the most important things that involve SEO is content on your site. As the professionals say “Content Is King.” You want your site to be content rich with many different keywords within the site and through the content on your site. For instance, if your website is about electronics, then you would want to include keywords about DVDs, MP3s, TVs, etc. Of course SEO goes a lot farther than just the actual content on your website, it also has to do with the tags, meta tags, titles, and coding on your website.

If you don’t have the right keywords or tags on your site, you can never be found. Unfortunately a lot of people have no idea how to do these types of things so that they will show up on the results of the search engines and this is where the professionals come in! Last month I was looking around online for a few businesses that could actually do the SEO process for me on my website because I am absolutely clueless when it comes to that stuff and I found some really cool sites that can seriously help you out.

These optimizers won’t only help you optimize your website so that you become indexed, show up on search engines, and get a better page rank but, they also introduce something called localized search engine optimization which allows you to place keywords and tags on your site that will bring localized users to your website.

This is terrific if you have a website that is localized and want to receive people that are specifically looking for you. So instead of having tags like “Electronics” on your website, you can do something like “Electronics In Vegas” or “Electronic Stores In Vegas”. This will not only bring you visitors from around the world but it will also bring fellow Vegas people directly to your website. Plus you can better PR with something that has a localized tag rather than a broad tag like Electronics.

This will bring you a ton of business! If you have a website and you are not getting traffic, views, sales, etc; you might really want to consider hiring someone on. These optimizers are cost efficient, time efficient, and they could raise your profit margin within your business! This is something you really need in order to “make it” in whatever industry you might be in as of now. I know for me personally, it has helped me out tremendously.

First off I didn’t have to do any hardcore reading or researching and I didn’t have to go through the headache of trying to figure out SEO by myself which also saved me a lot of time. Secondly, I may have spent a few bucks to pay the master optimizer but in turn I ended up making threefold simply because my website shows up on Google a lot more now! And lastly, I finally have the comfort in knowing that I can count on someone to make my website “work” for me, instead of the other way around! In the end, this could really take a lot of stress out of your life so you can start focusing more on your business and less on your website!

Kristi Ambrose
http://www.articlesbase.com/internet-articles/search-engine-optimization-tools-available-724110.html

Organic Search Engine Optimization – 17 Tips for Better Pagerank

March 6th, 2012 2 comments

Optimizing your website so you will obtain a high search engine results position is what SEO Techniques are all about. It is reported that 65% of all websites visited start with a search from a search engine.

What is Organic Search Engine Optimization? Simply put, it is designing each page to not only be pleasing for the users to read but also pleasing for the spiders. Always keep in mind that a good measure of a site’s importance is the usefulness of the information to the users.

There is no need to go to some overpriced firm to get your site ranked well in the search engines as most of theses techniques can be accomplished by anyone with a basic knowledge of HTML. Organic Search Engine Optimization will help your page rank well and drive traffic to your site without the expense of using PPC programs or placing banners all over your site as well.

There are no tricks here, just a bit of work and some time. So let’s get started by reading the following list of Organic Search Engine Optimization Techniques!

1. Domain & File Names:

Choose your site domain name that contains words from your primary keyword phrase. Your domain name should also be easy to spell and easy to remember. You can also try to use your keyword or keyword phrase as the name for the actual filename of the page you are creating as well.

2. Keyword Phrases:

Use keywords that are being searched for. You can check your keyword phrases with either the Overture Search Term Suggestion Tool or the Overture Keyword Popularity Tool to find out how often they are being searched and then incorporate these phrases into your content. You can also look at Google AdWords Keyword Suggestions for suggestions for different keyword phrases.

3. Keyword Density:

Keyword density is a very important part of search engine optimization. Keyword density is the percent that your keyword or keyword phrase are of your web page text. You may want to look that your competition to see what keyword density they are using. Too high of a keyword density will be considered search engine spam and can get you blacklisted. A good measure of keyword density is between 3 and 7 percent. Your keywords should be toward the top of your page and your keyword phrase can be in either every paragraph or every second paragraph depending on your paragraph length.

4. Bad Techniques:

Bad search engine optimization techniques can get you blacklisted from a search engine. Some techniques that are considered spam are cloaking, invisible text, tiny text, identical pages, doorway pages, refresh tags, link farms, filling comment tags with keyword phrases only, keyword phrases in the author tag, keyword density to high, mirror pages and mirror sites.

5. Title & Meta Description Tag:

Construction of your title tag is one of the most important things you need to do. Each page should have a different title with 2 or 3 of your keyword phrases at the beginning. When search engine results are displayed the title is the first thing people see. Below the title is a description which will be either be taken from your meta name description content=”Description phrase” or from the first sentence on that page. Your description should also have 2 or 3 of your keyword phrases at the beginning as should your first sentence. You should have a different title, description and first sentence on each page. You many also what to try shorter titles with only one keyword or keyword phrase as this will raise you keyword relevance.

6. Meta Keywords Tag:

The meta keywords tag is not as relevant as it used to be and some say Google doesn’t ever look at it anymore, but put it in anyway.

7. Author & Robots Tags:

The Author Tag should contain the name of the company that owns the site. This tag will help you get a #1 position for your company’s name.

Use a generic Robots Tag on all pages that you want indexed. This instructs the robots to crawl the page. The following is the generic robots tag.

8. Quality Content:

Quality content will bring people back and as people always want to tell others about a good thing it will get you forward links from other sites. Your content should be written with your keyword phrases in mind

9. Quantity Content:

The more the better. Just remember your content will need to be both quantity and quality.

10. Changing Content:

You can do this by hand or with a script. For example you can have a php script that draws five paragraphs from a pool of twenty paragraphs when the content is different each time the php page is accessed. By creating dynamic pages with a script randomly drawing different content from a database, you can get several different home pages indexed by Google and optimize for several different keyword phrases.

11. Avoid Dynamic URLs:

Are your pages served via php, asp, or cf? Some search engines may have a problem indexing them. Try to create static pages whenever possible. Avoid symbols in your URLs like the “?” that you will often find in php, asp or cf pages.

12. Frames:

Many search engines can’t follow frame links. Make sure you provide an alternative method for the search engines to enter and index your site.

13. Site Map:

A good menu system is really a site map. A well constructed menu system that is on each page and contains a link to every page on the website is all you need.

14. Site Themes:

All of the top 3 search engines look for site themes or a common topic when they crawl a website. If your site is about one specific topic you will rank better than if you have more than one theme or topic on your site. By using similar keyword phrases in each page the search engines will detect a theme this will be to your advantage.

15. Site Design:

You may think, “what does site design have to do with organic search engine optimization”? Well if your website has a bad color scheme that is hard to read, is not organized, is a cheesy looking site, then all of your site optimization has been a waste of time. Make your site attractive to the viewer, make things easy to find, have you graphic header and menu bar the same place on each page. These things will keep your visitors on the site and bring them back. A well optimized site with a high search engine results position that is ugly and is hard find information on, will not keep the visitors your optimization has brought to the site. Use W3C Link Checker to make sure all your page links are good. If you have broken links on your site this can effect the ranking you are given. Put a proper doctype on each page. If you don’t have a proper doctype on each page Internet Explorer will go into quirks mode and display it different. Use The W3C Markup Validate Service to verify that your pages are Validate HTML or XHTML code. The W3C validation will verify that your HTML or XHTML is not broken. This validation shows you any broken code that could keep your webpages from displaying properly in all the different browsers and browser versions.

16. Separate Content & Presentation:

Put all your presentation code into Cascading Styles Sheets (CSS). This separates the presentation from the content and makes your html files up to 50% smaller. It is reported that the search engine bots prefer this and the more content you have compared to presentation in your file, the better you get rated. Read why tables for markup are stupid for an overview.

17. Robots.txt File:

While this file is not really required it should be included so that the search engine bots don’t get 404 errors when they look for it. Just include the following 2 lines and drop it in the root.

User-agent: *

Disallow:

For more help with Organic Search Engine Optimization, please visit Help My Pagerank

Michael Sweet
http://www.articlesbase.com/seo-articles/organic-search-engine-optimization-17-tips-for-better-pagerank-91804.html

Google Adsense is Wonderful Tools in the Popular Google Search Engine

March 6th, 2012 No comments

These days a web business has many great tools in the fight to stay competitive in their field. One of these wonderful tools is the popular Google search engine; they clearly have what it takes to make your web business a success. It is clear that 90 million visitors each and every month can pay testament to this fact. Google is one of the largest search engines on the web today, they have tools employed to ensure this and they have tools to ensure you succeed as well.

What Google does is they take the first few lines on text and incorporate that into the search result when someone punches in your keyword, this is how you develop page rank and popularity. There are traffic monitors available to you when you use the Google service; this is great in knowing when you need to adjust your words to find more traffic. When dealing with Google, it is most important for you to make the first paragraph of your page the biggest impact statement. This is what is going to be seen on the search result by the viewer. For more help visit to: www.yourgoogleincome.com.You need to ensure that is what they see, impact! This will prompt them to investigate your site. The more views you have to your site, the higher the traffic volume, the more volume, the higher the page ranking and popularity. Google is also unique in the fact that they rank you higher if you have original content on your website. That means original programs, ads, and articles. On the internet content is king and Google does a good job of rewarding you for your efforts

To be original.

A good rule of thumb is have at least 10% of the words you use be keywords with about 300 words being used as the impact paragraph, this is what will be seen first, so you must make it count. There is what is known as spiders (spiders are robots that travel all over the web and index its pages) that constantly view sites, for more detail go to: www.instant-adsense-dollars.com record content, and pull keywords off of your site to use while indexing. You never know when they will be surfing your site. Google does not want people to cheat so they send their spiders out without warning the public. It is not always the case that they will index your entire site on one trip to it, so you need to ensure that you optimize your pages (the more original content the better). They will always start from the top of the page; this is why it is best to have the most impact near the top of the site. The best method of ensuring that your entire site is crawled on by the spiders is to place your site on Google Sitemaps. Instant updating on the site indexing is one of the great perks that come with the Google Sitemaps.

IG SERVE
http://www.articlesbase.com/advertising-articles/google-adsense-is-wonderful-tools-in-the-popular-google-search-engine-721906.html

Effective Tool for Search Engine Ranking Analysis

March 6th, 2012 No comments

Search Engine Ranking of a website is important for any Search Engine Optimization Company and Online Marketers. Search Engine Optimization, Inc., announced the future launch of Engine Tracker, a service that constantly monitors 18 key criteria used to rank the websites of the customers choice. The service facilitates webmasters, SEO specialists, corporate executives and marketing directors to notice the key factors contributing to their search engine rankings in addition to those of competitors combined in one spot, keep track those values over time, and immediately make out significant changes in any of the criteria to help their online marketing strategy.

The services include the number of pages indexed in major search engines like Google, MSN and Yahoo, inclusions in the four major directories, inbound links to major search engines, Googles page rank and Alexas traffic ratings. It helps the customers to create customized email alerts informing them of changes that meet user-defined thresholds (for example, if Google links decline from 25,000 to 21,000).It also contains a blog offering specialized analysis of updates and other changes to the main search engines.

Online marketers need to be aware of the reasons behind the search engine ranking to run effective search engine optimization campaigns, take immediate action when necessary, and see how those actions or others affect their Internet positioning. It has been a tedious and time-consuming manual job. The Engine Tracker service makes it easy by gathering all of the information and reporting processes to give subscribers fast, accurate and timely insight into their online marketing status.

Dashboards utilize up and down arrows that instantly convey changes in ranking values; mouseovers that reveal the raw data behind those changes; and other features for rapid interpretation. Charts can be customized to show the data that is most significant to that customer; organized to provide at-a-glance comparison of subscribers and competitors ranking values; and printed and/or saved as an image for insertion into other reports.

 

For better search engine ranking, Engine Tracker is definitely useful. It can check any number of URLs. The service automatically collects the required information on the 18 primary criteria used in the formulas that decide those sites search engine rankings. That information as well as any data collected in live user checks is then saved in a database and included into charts and grid-type dashboards that are automatically generated by the service for trend analysis.

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