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Welcome to Free search engine secrets: webmaster's guide to search engine registration! Welcome To Webmaster's Guide T his site is dedicated to Web related services. Here you can find tools and suggestions to promote your sites to several search

Welcome To Webmaster's Guide

This site is dedicated to Web related services. Here you can find tools and suggestions to promote your sites to several search engines. How to increase your web traffic. We provides services to promote your site in various search engines like Altavista, Excite, Hotbot, Infoseek, WebCrawler, Northern Light, Lycos many others.     85% of Internet users find sites through search engines, so each search engine submission is your most cost effective form of marketing. This article describes the significance of key words, meta-tags, keyword density and web content in web promotion. It explains how search engines find and rank web pages, with an emphasis on what webmasters can do to improve their search engine placement.      If you this document useful, please do get in touch. I would be interested to hear from you, especially if you think any of my conclusions are wrong. It is my hope that when you leave it, you will have been both entertained and made somewhat more knowledgeable about how to improve the rank of your URL in the search engines.
  
So fasten your sit belt and experience the Search Engine World.    Here I am assuming that you are using IE5. If you go to the "View" menu and select "Source" you will observe the following: <html>
<head>
<title
>Welcome to Free search engine secrets: webmaster's guide to search engine registration!</title>
<meta
content="Search Engines - Submission Tips, Help and Use. How to market, advertise, publicise and announce a Web site using AltaVista, Excite, HotBot, Infoseek, Lycos and WebCrawler." name="Description">
<meta
content="Web, Internet, net, online, search, engine, directory, marketing, advertising, publicity, submission, market, advertise, publicise, submit, announce, tips, help, use, AltaVista, Excite, HotBot, Infoseek, Lycos, WebCrawler, Free, Java"
name="
KeyWords">
</head>
Here you can observe title, description meta-tag and keywords meta-tag.   Title:    
   Selection of title for your page is very crucial phase and this is the place where most webmasters make a mistake. They create their title page for the visitor, not the search engine. Here's a good tip: Make Certain that your page title contains your most important key words and/or phrases. Most people query phrases while searching their topics.

   It is well known fact that the document title has the most significant effect on the visibility of a web page and it is the first smart words that attracts the visitor in first look . You may preface your title with the words "Most welcome to..." which will be the kiss of death for your search placement aspirants. So make good use of your document title and on the whole try to keep your title to the point.
 

   Description Meta Tag:   
   Most of the search engines spider your page and examines meta-tags and content of the site. Depending upon this examination search engines index and rank the site. Although some search engines does not use meta-tags due to the potential for abuse but they are highly recommended.

  Think a typical web surfer for just a moment. How do you search information and resources on the web? If you are like 85% of web surfers, you search in terms of key phrases - not key words. How might somebody search for my site? They would typically use key phrases such a..

  • search engine submissions
  • register url
  • register with search

  Examine your site and make a list identifying the key phrases a potential client would use when searching for the information. After all, if they're looking for certain services and products and you offer what they're searching for, then you stand a much better chance of getting the sale because your prospect is pre-qualified.

   Meta-tags are HTML code that helps search engines and directories to properly classify and index your page. There are two types of meta tags - your sites description tag and its key word tag.

  Description meta tags, depending upon a particular search engine's rules, may vary in length form 150 to 250 characters. Therefore, I would suggest that you keep your description meta tags to 150 characters or less.

  Keywords Meta Tag:     
  Similarly, Keyword Meta Tags can range from 874 characters to 1000 characters. I would recommend that you use 874 characters or less; that should be plenty.

  Although, as with your document title, the over-enthusiastic use of key words is self-defeating and is likely to dilute the rank of your site. It is often good four a page of your site to show near the top of one search query than for it to show lower down on several queries.

   You should avoid the repetition of key words. Otherwise search engines may penalize you in some way after indexing your site. You can also use the key word derivatives.

   Content of You Page:  
    Search engines looks for first around 250 characters of page to determine the content of site. So, try to develop an effective summary of your page and put at the top of your page. You can even reproduce your description meta-tag. This will increase your key density and higher the density the better your ranking in many search engines.

   Every page of your site is a potential gateway to your site. So, pay a good attention on the title, page content and meta-tags for all pages of your site. Differences between pages in the mix title and keywords increase the visibility of a site and improve the chances of your matching any search criteria.
  

Submission of your URL:  
   After writing and analyzing your meta tags and completing your site, you are now ready to submit your URL. It is well documented that most of your site traffic will come from the major search engines and directories; you do not want to risk anything going wrong with these particular submissions. You can hand post your site but it will take a long time or can use submission program for this purpose.

Good Luck.!
 

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Posted on: January 30, 2005

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