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THE VALUE OF SEARCH ENGINES “Better Return On Investment” than offline advertising”

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Executive Summary

After years of listening to the ‘more is better’ mantra, consumers are now influencing
the speed and direction of search engine development towards higher levels of
information quality with an almost puritanical focus on information relevancy. This global
demand has made search engines second only to email as a universal online application,
ensuring the technology remains increasingly relied upon as a key intermediary for
online information and product research.
For these reasons as well as the increasing utility of online applications, search engines
are driving towards two models designed to raise the relevancy stakes between
competitors even higher. Firstly, smarter algorithms based on even larger indexed
databases and, secondly, self-listing vendors who are affecting the consumer’s choice by
proxy and achieving a competitive ROI through the pay per click model.
Both are working models and both are valued by the end-user for the increased
relevancy they deliver in terms of results. The benefits are not all one way however.
Online search applications are the crossroads for almost two-thirds of everyone online,
so any effort to better align the interests of vendors and consumers is a fast-track to a
win-win outcome.

Search Engines

Almost 12.5 million Australians have potential access to the Internet. Of these, about 8.5
million, or 68 percent of the total Internet audience, use the Internet in any given
month. And while most would argue that this active audience is spread throughout the
Internet galaxy, across tens of thousands of domains, the reality is far more sobering.
In fact, of these active users, about 74 percent use at least one of the top four search
engines or catalogues. That’s market concentration on the scale not seen since banking,
media or public transportation. In other words, if there were a particular crossroad you
needed to effectively contact as many people online as possible, then search engines
would be that choice.
In the US, for example, this market reach is strongly defined between search engines
and third party providers which ‘power’ many of these search engines. The largest
providers in the US include the likes of Overture, Google and Inktomi, which means that
a search conducted on sites like MSN, Yahoo!, or even a content site like CNN, will be
powered by Overture with its listing of more than 3.3 billion web pages.

Search Behaviour

Given the proliferation of online searches, the average search engine user is hardly
differentiated from the general online user. However, compared with other online
applications and even content genres, search engines do engender a level of behavior
that is somewhat different.
The average search engine user will spend about 22 minutes per month searching
online, spread across almost eight visits, viewing a total of 55 pages on average.

Frequency of visits is particularly high for the search category, as are pages viewed.
Time spent within the category is less than many other categories, yet this is a function
of its purpose – to redirect users, not to entertain them. In short, the more effective the
search engine is, the less time a user needs to trawl through search results. This is also
an indication of a user’s expectations in regards to time spent with a search engine and
the small window of opportunity a vendor has available when left to the vagaries of
‘natural selection’ as determined by the search engine’s black box algorithm or human
editing team.

Search Demographics

Users of search applications follow a traditional online demographic profile – majority
male, majority aged between 21 and 49, and in terms of income, a majority earning
between AUS$50,000 and AUS$75,000 per annum.
Figure 3.
The demographic nuances between the different search applications, however, are a
little more interesting. Compared with the search category average, Google for example,
has a composition in the 12 to 17-age category that is significantly higher than the
average, compared with ninemsn search which is above average in the older age
demographics. Yahoo is particularly strong in the 18 to 24 age group, translating into an
above average share within the lower income demographics.
Overall, all search applications are well entrenched in the older, more affluent
demographics. These users already value the search application as a concept, but are
willing to place an even higher value on more efficient search technology and more
relevant search results. If increased relevancy can be achieved through initiatives
undertaken by both the service provider and the vendor community, then both are
playing to a very appreciative crowd.

THE CONCEPT OF SEARCH: PURSUIT FOR RELEVANCY

Encouraged by blue-sky research about how the Internet would come to dominate every
facet of our lives, investments in fibre optics, e-commerce applications and wireless
networks rode a crest of a wave that never quiet reached the Tsunami proportions we
all believed it would achieve. But this deadweight in overcapacity is just an apparition, a
blip in the greater scheme of Internet development. Why? Because its growth rate is still
unparalleled, making a lack of capacity more of an issue in the near future than any
previous overzealous spending of a nervous telco board.
Consider the concept of a computer host, lashed onto the Internet, sending and
receiving data in its own quiet way. In 1994 there were 3.2 million of these hosts spread
throughout the world – hardly a threat by those who predicted a machine revolution.
Now fast-forward nine years to 2003 and the number of computer hosts is now 172
million, up more than 5000 percent. If only our savings underwent the same
appreciation.
To humanise the scale a little better, consider that in December 1995 there were
approximately 16 million people online worldwide, yet by August 2002 that figure had
surpassed 600 million – a rise of 3650 percent.
Consider too the billions of web pages this ‘organism’ is threading globally, and the
Internet soon takes on a scale that will either overwhelm you, or, be seen more as an
opportunity to exploit despite an argument that it is a system experiencing a decline in
utility inversely proportional to its size. In other words, the larger the network becomes,
the harder it is to justify the economies of search.

This concept is at the core of what makes a search engine so valuable. As a piece of
software, or as a strictly human catalogue, search engines prop up the Internet. Without these indexing agents, the Internet might have already imploded under its own weight
and diminishing relevancy. These engines are the drones of the World Wide Web,
searching and cataloguing. Some, however, are a little more effective than others in
‘understanding’ search commands and retrieving the appropriate information.

The Search Concept

With growth of this magnitude, individuals gave up long ago searching for the latest in a
long list of obscure subjects. Instead, as has been the case for most of the Internet’s
commercial development, URL’s or Internet addresses have pushed potential users and
customers online. These massive demonstrations of brand awareness are intended to
‘direct nav’ users to particular domains, though at a cost never justified in terms of
qualified leads, let alone completed sales.

The concept of a global network lost its appeal when the average user realised the
economies of search were simply diminishing as online information increased at an
exponential rate. Enter the proxies, or search engines and catalogues, which became
valuable intermediaries between the user and the expanding frontier of data.

Now the race was on to catalogue the most number of domains and do it at a faster
rate than the expanding Internet, otherwise what was the point? The point was
relevancy rather than quantity, and the competition for eyeballs and ultimately a higher
return on investment would be decided by attributes such as rates of classification, site
rankings, frequency of updates, database size and the cataloguing method – ‘smart’,
human or hybrid.
Delivering a list of 1,000 domains on any subject imaginable is simple, but providing a
list of the 25 most relevant domains is the key. The catch is, how does the service
determine what is relevant and the degree of that relevancy. It’s all rather subjective
really.
Just how subjective? Well consider that in 2003, according to Pew Internet (2003), one
in four Internet users were making search engine queries each day, surpassed only by
email as the most popular online application, with at least 25 percent of these users
typing in their own names to conduct an “ego search”. Overall, according to a recent
study by iProspect, 75 percent of all Internet users used at least one search engine in
the last month, with up to 35 percent of users alternating between engines.

The Search Evolution

The race to relevancy is being encouraged by some very real user behaviour, which in
itself is very discouraging for search engines which continue to indiscriminately drop
10,000 results or so onto a PC after each search. CyberAltas (2002) reports that at least
56 percent of Internet users fail to go past the first two pages listed in any search result.
This statistic is supported by separate research from the University of Pennsylvania,
which concluded that the percentage of search engine users viewing only one page of
results rose from 28 percent in 1997 to a massive 51 percent in 2001. Research from
iProspect suggests that if no ‘desired’ result is found within the first three pages, the
search engine is likely to experience some level of brand damage. Now that’s pressure.
The algorithm wars, however, akin to a black box mimicking the searcher’s decision
making and search intention are just a technical sideshow compared to the revenue
model now being played out by the major search properties. In a way the ‘proxy
selection’ stage in this evolution is a return to the past, when promoted URL’s drove
eyeballs online.
The initiative still comes from the searcher who triggers the results with the same
search terms, however this time the search results are ‘capped’ with the businesses or
vendors considered most relevant to the search terms. The argument is that these
vendors are also showing enough savvy to reach potential customers online and
preempt their wider online search with an immediate offering via the search application.
Based on the search term used, the vendor goes through a self-selection process, acting
as a proxy for the end-user in terms of what results are most relevant to their search.
This marks the next stage in online search development, where the goal of reducing a
match from one in 100 to one in ten is now very real, regardless of whether the user is
searching for the smallest digital camera available or a collector’s edition of the 1967
Barbie convertible.

Search Marketing

The Holy Grail of relevancy in search results comes in two parts. Firstly, users have high
expectations and are not prepared to be inundated with results much beyond two
pages. Secondly, relevancy has an immediate commercial impact on the vendor relying
on search engines as a lead generator. How much of an impact? Well consider that the
four top search engines now account for more than 90 percent of all search engine
referrals to shopping sites (WebSideStory, 2003).
Further, up to 55 percent of online purchases were made on sites found through search
listings, versus nine percent on sites found through banner ads. In terms of total
referrals, not just to shopping sites, search engines now provide 13.4 percent of global
referrals – up from 7.1 percent just 12 months ago (WebSideStory, 2003).
Behind many of these referrals is the need to conduct product research. In March 2003,
a survey released by Doubleclick and Greenfield found 41 percent of US Internet users
researched products with the assistance of search engines, which was significantly
above the 28 percent who guessed the URL and 13 percent who responded to an online
advertisement.
And just in case you’re still uncertain about the role of search applications to deliver the
answers or sales as the case maybe, consider the findings from the Consumer Daily
Question Study (2002), which concluded that of the five questions we ask each day on
average, the most popular ways of answering these questions were search engines (32
percent), friends and family (29 percent), salespeople (24 percent) and books (9
percent).
No matter which way you cut the stats, there is no denying search engines are an
integral part of a person’s daily research effort and product evaluation.

SEARCH MARKETING AS AN INVESTMENT

-Vendor as Search Proxy
A vendor’s paid placement in a set of search results, also referred to as pay per click
(PPC), or pay per performance, is an extension of the relevancy game, only this time the
positioning is based more on the attributes of the vendor, such as commercial success,
customer profiling and the vendor’s realisation that the Internet is a legitimate
distribution channel. In other words, vendors who choose to use paid placements as
part of their search engine marketing (SEM):
1. Are demonstrating their market success;
2. Understand who their customers are and their search behaviour, and
3. Understand the role of the Internet as a distribution channel and customer contact
point.

Again, all based on selected key words and search terms, the paid placements are far
from indiscriminate. Instead they act as a further filter to the user’s results, with ‘normal’
rankings of domains superseded by vendors who not only match the specifics of the
search term but self-select because of their market savvy. In this way, a vendor’s search
marketing strategy is a further guide in the user’s selection process.

ROI – the Definitive Measurement of Search Marketing

The payment for search listings by vendors, like the battle to differentiate through
quality improvements, has undergone its own transition process. From the pay per
placement, such as the simple text link based on page impressions, to the cutting edge
of pay per performance, where vendors pay only for leads generated by their search
listings.
In the case of Overture, this latest payment model is part of a bidding system for search
terms, allowing vendors to match their investment of securing a premium listing with the
potential return on sales. In short, for specific search terms, the market is setting the
listing price, allowing vendors and not the search provider to:
Determine the price they are prepared to acquire a new customer;
Control the bid price for each term; and
Maximise ROI by setting their own cost per lead.

 

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1 – Website analysis and goals

Determine Website goals. Is the goal to
Drive more traffic to the site
– Sign up to newsletter
– Make purchase online
– Entice people to call
– or fill out a form
Very often different pages within the site will have different goals, and these need to be kept in mind throughout the SEO process.

Analyse current site
– Is the site cached/indexed by Google, MSN or Yahoo.
– What is the PR of the current site.
– What keywords are currently ranking high in the search engines for the site
– How long has the website been online.

 

2 – Conduct Keyword Research

– Brainstorm a list of keyword phrases with the help of client.
– Using the above list, provide client with real monthly searches made for those keywords.

Case study-
Clients website is a b2b business directory, so we know how many searches are made worldwide per month for the keywords with the word business in it. This Highly targeted list is sent to client, whose job will be to weed out irrelevant phrases and rank the relevant ones in order of importance to their business.

Searches / month business
1593314 business
468670 home business
367656 business school
339300 business opportunity
310293 business card
306146 business to business
293087 business services
271152 better business bureau
249595 home based business
246586 small business
237715 business gift
160068 business credit card
154211 business business
136368 internet business
132441 business directory
131244 business plan
129383 business voip
127194 business search
123976 business for sale
122088 home business opportunity
120491 business insurance
119308 starting a business

note : the above list is a shortened version.

 

3- Develop and mark competitive keywords.

The list of keywords will be analysed further to determine its competition within the search engines, if competition is too high the keywords will be marked, and client will be notified.
ROI is the key here, you do not want to spend months and months on optimisation just to get a few more hits.

Make Selection of Final Keywords

Once this new “short list” is compiled, it’s time to brainstorm with the client on which 2 or 3 phrases to focus on within the copy of each page of the site. The home page of the site should usually focus on the main 2 or 3 phrases that encompass the general theme of the site. Inner pages should each focus on 2 or 3 more specific phrases. If the pages already have some copy to work with (say 150-250 words or more), take a look at the existing words on each page and see which 2 or 3 keyword phrases in your short list will fit best with the current copy. If pages of the site don’t have much copy to begin with, or if there is no specific focus on any given page, a rewrite from scratch will be necessary.

 

 

4 – Incorporate Keywords into Copy

Once the keyword phrases are chosen for each page of the site, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty and start utilizing them within the copy. If you’re rewriting from scratch, be sure your copywriter understands which phrases need to be used, what the goals of the site are, and who the target market is. Obviously this information will affect how they write the copy, so the more they know, the more accurate your copy will turn out. If you’re lucky enough to be able to work in the necessary keywords, that’s your next step. Once your copy is finished and approved, you should now have a number of pages focusing on 2 or 3 keyword phrases each.

 

5 – Optimize HTML Code

You’re now ready to optimize the actual HTML code. Optimizing the HTML code includes creating Title tags, Meta description tags, Meta keyword tags, hyperlinks, and possibly headings & image alt attributes. All of these are factors in helping the search engine spiders to properly classify your site, with some being more important than others.

When your code is optimized, it’s time to upload your new pages to your server.

 

 

6 – Submission

– Make sure site is complete. You may not be accepted otherwise.
– Submit to search engines relevant to your industry
– submit to directories relevant to your industry

Don’t bother submitting to Google etc, concentrate on quality link building as it works better.

 

7 – Build Links

– Create a page for your link partners

The next step is to begin your link-building campaign in earnest. As with directory submissions, I prefer to wait until the site is in perfect condition before starting to request links. You can certainly get started researching link partners before the SEO is complete; however, the better your site is, the more likely others will be willing to link to it. Link building can be done in a quick burst, but should also be an ongoing process. You should always be on the lookout for sites that are a good fit with yours and contact them about exchanging links.

 

8 – Be Patient

At this point, the only thing left to do is wait for your rankings to roll in! If you’ve paid for inclusion with the search engines and directories that offer this, you’ll start to see results within a week or 2. If the rankings aren’t as high as you’d like them to be, I recommend not changing anything for at least 3 to 6 months.

You’ll need to give your link-building campaign time to kick in, as well as simply give your new site time to age in the engines’ databases.

That’s all there is to it! Pretty simple, eh? Did I miss anything? Do you have another process? With thousands of SEO firms out there, I’m sure everyone has their own tried-and-true methods. The one I’ve outlined here has served me well for many years, and I’m sure you’ll find it will do the same for you if performed correctly. However, there’s always more than one way to skin the SEO cat, so if your method differs a bit and it’s working for you, don’t worry about it!

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Search Engine optimization is a process in which a website will be designed in such a way to obtain the highest possible ranking from the search engines.
Being on the first page of just Google will greatly increase your click through rate, from several hundred to thousands of clicks depending on the keyword.

There are two main parts to SEO, and we recommend both to get the best results.

How does SEO work

1. On-Page Optimisation:
The website must be designed and constructed in such a way as to show the search engines what the web pages is about. Targeted keywords need to be placed throughout the website in the right areas and at the correct density. The overuse of keywords can for example have negative affect, causing the trigger of search engine spam filters which can ban or penalise websites.

2. Off-Page Optimisation:
Acquiring links from related websites or web pages. If you sell digital products online, you need to get links from other websites that sell similar sort of products, that way the search engines recognise what your all about and the more backlinks you get the higher you’ll rank. One way we achieve this, is by writing articles with links and submitting the articles to article portals, that way we have pages which is on topic, optimised and linking directly to our site. There are other ways of collecting links eg link popularity campaigns, paid placements, pay-per-click advertising, link buying etc.

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It’s all about backlinks. The more you get the higher your site will rank. Also dont forget the link needs to come from a page which is on-topic, with the target keyword. So heres the solution.

1. Provide us with 4 keywords
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Once we’re are given the go ahead, we will

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SEO Technical information

Strictly follow Google Patent Application 0050071741 guidelines. Research a group of keywords/phrases that are likely to be typed into a search engine when people are looking for your main products or services . Optimise main pages of your site so they will all be found when people put those keywords/phrases into a search engine. Keywords/phrases research and analysis Meta Tags Composition Manual/Automated Submission to TOP search engines and directories Resubmissions whenever required based on ranking report Monthly Log Analysis for Web Traffic Analysis Manual submission to Top Country-specific search engines & directories Reciprocal linking to build your link popularity campaign- Link Exchange page Create Site Maps

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Great Search Engine Submission Myth

Search engine submission companies which say; “We’ll submit your website to 1000’s search engines and the traffic will come pouring in!” That may have been true once upon a time. Not anymore!
Search Engine Submission Facts!
Search engine submission is a great way to get recognised, and index by Google, Yahoo, MSN however you will gain little traffic for your website, using Search engine submission.
So how do you get a top 10 Google listings?
It’s not easy; you wouldn’t be reading this if it was. In fact you would have probably used several search engine submission tools being sold today, without results.There are 2 things that need to be done, 1 .on-site optimisation and 2. off-site optimisation. Do either and you’ll get good rankings, do both and you’ll get excellent rankings.

Just be careful, unlike off-site optimisation and Search engine submission, badly implemented on-page optimisation, can lead to the banning of your website by google, with no ranking at all.

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So whats your position in search engine rankings?

Our SEO consultants have brought together some strategies to influence your Search engine rankings and improve your websites position in Google, Yahoo and MSN. These strategies have been put together over the years using what works. We measure ROI across a number of industries, and note changes with every search engine ranking that occurs whether up or down.

You can improve your search engine rankings by following our guide, which will result in the promotion of your website within the search engines.

Do contact and speak to our experienced staff, and we’ll guide you all the way to the top.

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Here are some website optimization techniques you dont know about…

CSS website optimization Merging and simplying

Reduce and merge all style sheets into a single file to minimize download size and the number of HTTP requests taking place. Merging all files into one is a trivial task, however the results can be outstanding — You may think how is that going to help with website optimization, try it you’ll be suprised.

You should also remove css from the actual html file to a css file to further improve website optimisation.

In fact do the same for all files like javascript files etc. Website optmization isnt just about building links or increasing keyword density, lighter and faster loading websites make a huge difference. Think about it, imagine your the head of the google search engine team, wouldnt you want to list the faster loading pages higher than pages that take forever to load.

You should always think like google when implementing website optimization.

search engine ranking

Did you know you can Improve your Search engine ranking by use sprite images. The technique allows you to combine several images into one file. You would then call individual images using CSS. Combing all your images onto one file will reduce your server request hence speed your website up. Google loves fast, clean websites. And thats how you can leap forward in your search engine rankings.

Another search engine ranking problem: Time and time again we see novice web designers build splash pages on their websites with redirects, this is a big no no and will reduce your seach engine ranking. A redirect adds another client-server round trip, so instead of processing your page immediately after receiving the initial response, the browser will have to make another request and wait for the second response.

We see less of this so its a good thing; Avoid using Frames, the browser has to request at least three HTML pages, instead of just one — those of the frameset as well as each of the frames. Also Google has a difficult time spidering websites built using frames, so if you want high search engine rankings avoid frames.

In summary, make your pages and its assets smaller in size, and remove redirects and avoid frames.

If you concentrate on this aspect of search engine optimization, you and your visitors will notice a significant improvement.

Hope that helps….

search optimisation

Search optimisation or better known as SEO which stands for search engine optimisation, is the process of building a website to get high search engine rankings.

Inet provides search optimisation services to SME’s Australia wide. Services available include search optimisation, SEM and other online marketing.

Search optimisation services

* Detailed Keyword Research
* SEO Analysis of Current Website
* Meta-tags, Title tag & Image Tags
* Hyperlink Optimization
* Link Building (One-way & Reciprocal)
* Search optimised artcles
* Monthly Progress Reports
* Google Analytics (Setup & Monthly Reporting)
* Site Maps (Google & Yahoo)
* Directory Submissions

Search optimisation can get confusing for some, however if you call our office we’ll explain it to you step by step.

search engine optimisation

Search engine optimisation isn’t rocket science….

Search engine optimisation is the process of being found in the search engines.

Its a process;

1.build a quality website with correct architecture that search engines can index.

2.Insert quality, keyword rich content which attracts visitors, holds their attention when they get there, gives them a reason to return.

3.Build links back to your site.(probably the hardest to do)

thats Search engine optimisation for you, in the most simplistic form.

What we normally do is, 1 and 3 and leave 2 for you, however we do give guidance on how to do 2.

Hope i didnt confuse you, look how about just calling us and get some proper info and pricing, thats probably the easiest.

(note. Search engine optmisation is also know as seo or SEM ( search engine marketing) or search engine optimization (with a ‘z’).

Website SEO Company

Inet is a website seo company which can handle your day to day seo requirements. From building links to writing content and optimising that content to target certain keywords, to achieve high search engine ranking. An website seo company like ourselves, needs to stay up to date with the latest trends, algorithms and search engine optimisation techniques.

If you are after a website seo company which can take your website to the top of the search engines, why dont you give us a quick call to see how we can help you. We have been optimising websites since 2003, thats over 5 years of website optimisation experience.

Inet is a website seo company ready to help you, so why dont you give us a call today.

SEO’d websites

  • www.conquestec.com.au
  • Mnaglobal.com
  • apexlocksmiths.com.au
  • mossconsulting.com.au
  • insolvencyspecialist.com.au
  • domayne.com.au
  • e-buy.net.au
  • robandhealth.com
  • www_monkey_com_au
  • glitter_com_au
  • www_akdistributors_com_au
  • inetsolutions_com_au
  • ausrates_com_au
  • fictionwebs_com
  • theexecutivegiftbox_com_au
  • outhouseessentials_com_au
  • www_grnwallboards_com_au
  • oldfella_com
  • osmacmarketing_com_au
  • aaams_com_au
  • invisionhost_com
  • anzjft_com
  • and much more

 

These tips are based on a test which included the top 10,000 highly ranked websites in various industries.

It’s no surprise that the number of inbound links and the PageRank had a large influence on the page rankings on Google. The top result on Google has usually about four times as many links as result number 11.

Website Title – Keywords in the title tag seem to be important for high rankings on Google. It is also important that the targeted keywords are mentioned in the body tag, although the title tag seems to be more important. Many search engines weight the data in your title more heavily than other data in your page. Make sure that your title has keywords that represent your site effectively. For the most part the title should be short but always include your keyword(s). This is an important factor for search engine optimization.

Content – Write great content using your most important keywords prominently throughout your website. Visitors who read the great content will link to your website and recommend it to others. Content is the most significant factor in search engine optimization.

Domain name – Websites that use the targeted keyword in the domain name often had high rankings. It might be that these sites get many inbound links with the domain name as the link text.
Keywords in the file path don’t seem to have a positive effect on the Google rankings of the analyzed web sites. Web pages that use very few parameters in the URL (?id=123, etc.) or no parameters at all tend to get higher rankings than URLs that contain many parameters.
The file size doesn’t seem to influence the ranking of a web page on Google although smaller sites tend to have slightly higher rankings.

Header tags – Keywords in H2-H6 headline tags seem to have an influence on the rankings while keywords in H1 headline tags don’t seem to have an effect.
Using keywords in bold or strong tags seems to have a slight effect on the top rankings. Web pages that used the keywords in image file names often had higher rankings. The same seems to be true for keywords in image alt attributes.

Meta tags – Another important factor in search engine optimization is to use the meta-tag description and meta-tag keywords on every page of your site that you want the search engines to index. If you don’t want a page indexed, then try the robots exclusion tag. The robots.txt exclusion protocol has more support with spiders.

Keyword planning – If your keywords are not suitable to your website there will be no search engine optimization. Always go for those keywords which are relevant to your website other cause you will get irrelevant traffic. Always do keyword planning on both the search engines and directories to determine the best set of keywords and keyword phrases your target audience uses.

Alternative text – This also a key factor in search engine optimization. Always put alternative text in your graphic images that clearly describes the graphic image and use your keywords whenever possible. Do not put text in a graphic image that has nothing to do with your web page.

Frame Pages – Frame pages always create problems in the search engine optimization process. Most search engines simply cannot index a frame page. Consider frames as a big ‘GO AWAY’ sign. If your site does use frames, doorway pages are ideal for better rankings.

Don’t try to fool the search engines. This can be your biggest mistake, people come up with ways to ‘fool’ search engines, and they can work for a little while…sometimes. But the search engines catch on and write routines that penalize sites that use this practice. Examples of this include, but are not limited to: repeating keywords over and over; using invisible text (white text on white background); using very small text to jam the keywords in a small area etc.

Keep the important content near the top of your pages. The actual text on your website is very important. Search engines (spiders) read this to determine rankings. Some engines will place a higher rating of importance based on where they find the text in your page. Closer to the top is usually better. But having keywords throughout your page develops a “theme” and that too is important.

Don’t stuff the top of your pages with data the engines can’t read. As with the last example, something higher up in your page can be more important that something further down. Therefore, HTML formatting, images, scripts, etc. toward the top of your page can result in lower ratings.

Website Content should be your #1 priority. The most significant key area in the complete process of search engine optimization is relevant text. Your quest for high placement must start with a good website. It is important to have a lot of text describing what you do. Use your keywords in the content, but don’t repeat them over and over again. Many search engines rate sites based on ‘keyword density’. This is usually a formula that looks at META Keywords, words in your TITLE, words in a paragraph’s text, words in links to other pages, and even words in the ‘ALT’ text on your images. They will even look at different forms of your keywords. For example, if an important keyword for you is ‘FISH’, the word ‘FISHING’ in the body of your document will raise the confidence in the word ‘FISH’ on some engines

Keep your site updated. Make sure that your site is up to date. No one likes to go to a page that never changes or that is very out of date. Make sure that the data in your page portrays the message that you want to send. Check the links on your site every now and again. Make sure the links are still active. Dead links are not only an inconvenience for the visitor, but can also negatively influence your search engine optimization process and rankings.

Don’t go image crazy. We have all seen pages that are almost all images. Usually they are the most beautiful sites. After all, your artist can make beautiful screens that display your content in the most eye-pleasing way. However, the search engines don’t have eyes. They don’t see the beautifully formatted text in your image. All they see is ‘yourimage.jpg’, and ‘yourimage.jpg’ doesn’t go far in terms of content and relevancy.

Links to Other Pages. We can’t emphasize enough the importance of links in the search engine optimization process; both from your page to other pages, and from other pages to yours.

First consider links on your pages. When many search engines see links, they consider your site more ‘real’. It also gives the search engine spiders a place to go. Make your links meaningful. Make sure they relate to what you do (and keywords that are important to you). You can’t have too many links on your pages.

Links from others websites. Some search engines place a very heavy rating of importance on how many other sites in their index have links to your website. Think of it for a second. If you knew that a company was only linked by one website, versus a company that was linked by a thousand websites, which one would you consider more important? If you were a search engine, you would surely try to link the more important ones first. You should also consider this method as a key for the search engine ranking process.

This is where patience comes in again. It can take some time to get a ton of links to your website. We help quite a bit here; the fact that we submit to so many sites will help you get a great head start in this area! This will also result in a “good” search engine optimization process.

Consider Banner Ads. These are a very popular method of promoting your website. They are the little rectangular graphics that you see near the top or bottom of some popular web pages. If you click on them, they transport you to another website. You can make your own banners using one of the many “banner creating” websites. Most offer free banner making. You can make a page on your website saying reciprocal links, where you can exchange the banners with others sites which will result in excellent results in the search engine optimization process.

SEO Guide

Heres a test of 10,000 websites and its results.

Keyword use:

Location no. of times to use keyword Total words percentage
Title: 1 15 8.3%
Meta keywords: 1 20 6.7%
Meta description: 1 25 8%
Body: 10 1500-2500 2%
H1/H2/H3: 2 30 10%
Links: 5 150 5%
Bold: 3 150 3%
Image alt tag 3

For maximum results, you should include your keyphrases at least 4 times each on your home page – and more if you can do it. Do place your main key phrases at the top of your page (including them in your headline and your first paragraph is always a great idea). However, don’t miss the opportunity of including your keyphrases throughout the entire page, as well. Absolutely one targeted keyword or keyphrase per page, unless the second is very close to the first, even then its better to create a second page for that keyword.

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Meta keywords: 1 20 6.7%
Meta description: 1 25 8%
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