Search engines operate in a strange new world. Search engines are visualized as spiders crawling through cyberspace. They pick up “keywords” and add them to their lair of identifying words. They use these words to direct searchers to sites. Search engines operate by artificial intelligence–different from ours. The following tips are designed to help you bridge that gap and help your business gain a valuable friend in these search engine “spiders.”
Create unique content on your site to get found. Think about what everyone else is saying in your field and say it in a different, more powerful way. You don’t want to blend in and under your competitors by writing something similar to what they do. You’ll probably never get found that way. Keep your writing fresh.
If you want a high ranking, help the web crawlers succeed in their mission. Spiders are going through your content on a constant basis and are always pulling up your site based on keywords and other particulars; however, these spiders have to understand how to actually navigate around your site. A sitemap allows you to present the hierarchy of each page on your site; this also makes it easier for spiders to assess relevancy.
Code your site for optimal search engine presence. This means avoiding both nested tables and frames. If you must include these in your page layout, be sure to offer an alternative option which is linked on each page. Search engine spiders have a difficult time indexing tables and frames, plus they make pages load more slowly for site visitors.
We hope these tips have made this immaterial landscape in which search engine “spiders” operate clearer to you. Leading them to your website will give your business a tremendous boost. Search engines connect your business with customers. Study these tips–and much more information online–and your bottom line will definitely benefit.