Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Information

Have You Been Dropped By Yahoo?


Yahoo has fairly recently updated its guidelines. You can read the full list at:

An SEO Checklist


Would you like a checklist of the important steps to take in optimizing a web site? Well, here it is:

How To Improve Your Search Engine Ranking


With search engines like Google currently indexing over 8 billion pages, it is becoming more and more difficult to get a top search engine ranking. Type in a popular search phrase such as "Internet Marketing" into Yahoo or Google and you will be returned over 8 million results!

Search Engine Optimization With Sitemaps


The First Search Engine Marketing Method: Content That Meets Customers Needs


For your business web site, good search engine rankings and high user traffic depend on relevant content. More user traffic will mean more sales leads and then more sales. Beyond any technical tricks, content that meets the users' need for three types of information is the best guarantee that search engines and users will find your site. The Google and Yahoo page rankings favor sites that have articles of about 1000 words and that use keywords relevant to the user's search.

Using Blogs for SEO


Why Start A Blog?

The Life Blood of Internet-Based Home Businesses...Search Engines


Anyone involved in an Internet-based home business will soon come to recognize the importance of search engines as a vehicle to attract potential customers.

Your Online Home-Based Business Can Lead To Search Engine Stress


As a member of several search engine optimization forums, I have recently noticed (especially since Yahoo recently decided to try their hand at competing with Google) that the stress level of many webmasters has gone way up. This applies not only to webmasters involved in Internet-based home businesses, but to webmasters in general.

The Search Engine Showdown


If you're anything like me, you have a favourite search engine and you're loyal to it. You never use any others (which made this research difficult for yours truly), insist yours is the be-all and end-all and you even go so far as to deny any shortcomings it may have. But is your search engine truly the best? Inspired by a great article at the BBC News (BBC News: Search Wars), we decided to compare the major search engines. Here's what we found.

All About Google


If you read The Search Engine Showdown, you know Google is my favourite search engine. Why? Google always offers the most results for any given search (they currently have over 8 billion pages indexed), it's faster than the Audi Quattro we test drove this morning, and 9 times out of ten, in my experience, all the front page results are relevant to my search. In fact, I usually find what I'm looking for within the first few sites listed. I also really respect the fact that two college kids started it (kinda like Abalone Designs!) and that those two college kids seem not to have forgotten where they came from. If you check out the images at Google's press center (http:// www.google.com/press/images.html) and scroll down to the Everyday Life Inside Google section, you'll get a feeling that life at Google is fun.

Link Building Services


In today scenario when we talk about Search Engine Optimization, we also talk about one of the most important aspect of SEO, which is Link Building. But there are different types, aspects and limitations of Link Building, which would be discussed now under

Google: The Ultimate Web Writer?s Style Guide


Indulge me for a moment.

Tips On Optomizing Your Website For Search Engines


I wish to give a few little tips, about optimizing. You may find it quite useful, depending on the type of website you have.

Google vs. Yahoo -- How To Rank High On Each One


Google likes incoming links, especially links from high-ranking, on-topic pages that include keywords in the link text. Google doesn't like over-optimized, high keyword densities and over use of keywords in headings, etc. like they use to.

5 Things to Keep an Eye on in the SEO World in 2005...


After the latest PR update at Google and MSN?s beta search going live, there is one thing for certain in 2005: the world of search is in for some major changes. There has been growing speculation around the SEO world that reciprocal linking is a thing of the past. Rumors are abound that PR means less and less, if anything. Bill Gates came out of his cave to say that ?Today?s search is nothing? and that it won?t be that way for long. There are quiet rumblings in the SEO back alleys of a new, state-of- the-art search engine currently indexing the internet. Websites are dropping off the face of the planet. And we?re all left to sit here and put together the pieces. So what is in store for 2005?

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