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Search Engine Optimization is an in depth and extensive process that will result in favorable search term results in major search engines.

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  • Yahoo!'s Version Of "Sitemaps": A Step by Step Guide  By : Ray Torres
    Yahoo! is now offering an easy way to submit all your Web pages to their search engine. It's a simplified version of Google Sitemaps, by means of a text file that contains a list of your site's URLs.

    In the past, you could only submit your home page to Yahoo!. With this new option
    you can submit all your site's pages in a single submission.
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    The Google sandbox has been referred to by many as an algorithmic filter applied to new sites, essentially putting them on probation long enough to make sure they’re not a spam site. I actually think there’s more to it than that.

Links, Links and More Links...

by Scott F. Geld
Are you linked from other Web sites? You should be...and from lots of them. The number of Web sites that you are linked from has a direct impact on the success of your online business. The number of quality links that point to your Web site plays a key roll in the search engines relevancy algorithms. Simply put, the more relevant Web sites that link to yours, the higher your site will rank in the search engine returns.

Why is this important to your business? It's a fact of online business that the highest quality visitors to your Web site will usually result from links at related Web sites. A level of trust has been built up before a customer contacts your business, and they are already warmed up to do business with you. In fact this 'linking' is equivalent to 'word-of-mouth" referrals in traditional marketing. The main goal of a search engine is to return quality searches for surfers. Having quality links connected with your Web site helps to improve your search engine ranking and consequently increases your business opportunities. It all means that you should be striving to get more links to your Web site. Easier said than done! It all takes time, the longer your business is online the more links you'll have.

Here are some hints that will help you to attract more links to your Web site:

Simply Ask

But, make sure you ask the right person. Visit the site you plan to contact and find out the Webmaster or the owner's name. Find out if they have a section of their site dedicated to links. Then, send a personal email, identifying yourself and why you feel a link swap would be advantageous to both of you. If you don't see a link section on their Website, you might still contact the owner and suggest a joint venture and see what happens.

Link Trading Services

Check out link trading services. You have to be careful though. Make sure that you can control what sites you are linked to, and view how the link will look. Find out how many links you can earn. In the past link trading services got a bad name because many links were not properly targeted and unrelated, they used banners that were too large and so on.

Pre-license Your Web Content

This is a simple approach and essentially means that you give permission to others to use for free content such as articles etc. that appear on your Web site. The only stipulation is that when they use the article they include a link to your Website. Pre-licensing is a winning approach because it provides content for one Website and a link to your Website.

Buy your links

You can buy links on targeted web-sites for as little as $5 from There are also auction sites like where you can bid for direct links to your site.

Scott F. Geld is the Director of Marketing for, a company providing targeted traffic and direct links starting at just $5:

Do Commas In Your Keywords Metatag Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - One of our members recently reported that Yahoo was recommending separating the keywords in your meta-tag using commas. We decided to check out this claim using a statistical analysis to find out if using commas in your keywords meta-tag had any affect on ranking on Yahoo.  (486 words)  View full article...

Do Popups Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - Someone from our membership site recently asked ''Do Popups Affect Ranking'' My gut instinct was ''How could they?'' and ''Why would a search engine care whether your site used popups or not?'' I decided to run it through our statistical analysis engine. Wow! What a surprising result!  (386 words)  View full article...

Do Static IP Sites Rank Higher? - by Jon Ricerca - This is a hotly debated topic. Some SEOs claim that sites with a static IP address rank higher while other SEOs claim that shared hosting is just fine... that it would be stupid for search engines to penalize shared hosting since we are running out of IP addresses and so many sites are currently using name based hosting.  (673 words)  View full article...

Does A Question Mark In Your URL Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - Long ago, it was the SEO consensus that dynamic URLs (those with a question mark in them) weren't indexed by the major search engines. Later, the SEO consensus was that Google indexed some URLs with question marks, but ranked them lower. Currently it seems like the SEO consensus is that Google indexes dynamic URLs just fine and ranks them right along with other URLs. That a lot of SEO theories. It's probably time to get the facts.  (334 words)  View full article...

Does Keyword Count Affect Ranking? - by James D. Brausch - Most SEO professionals will tell you that the number of times a keyword is repeated on a page (keyword count) and the ratio of how often that keyword is used in relation to other text (keyword density) are minor search engine ranking factors. However, they will then go on to tell you to be very careful not to go over the ''limit'' or your site will be penalized. What is the limit? How many times should you repeat your keyword?  (668 words)  View full article...

Does Keyword Count In The Title Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - Almost all SEO's agree that having your keywords in the ''title'' tag is important for ranking. Is it? We decided to answer this extremely simple question for the two leading search engines using a simple statistical analysis. We also decide to find out if repeating your keyword more than once was a factor in ranking.  (508 words)  View full article...

Does Keyword Location On Page Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - One of our members asked for a study of keyword location on a page. Is it more effective to have your keyword mentioned in the top third, middle third or bottom third of a page?  (319 words)  View full article...

Does The Number Of Links On A Page Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - Many SEO gurus have recently been talking about something they call ''PR Leak'' which seems to be a theory that the more outbound links you have, the more your page rank on Google ''leaks'' away. I decided it was time to take a look at the number of links present on a page and how that number correlates with ranking.  (494 words)  View full article...

Does URL Length Affect Ranking? - by Jon Ricerca - I was recently perusing results on the leading search engines, I seemed to notice that long URLs weren't very popular on the first couple pages for several keywords. That intrigued me, so I performed a true statistical analysis to see if my observation was merely a coincidence or a true correlation.  (493 words)  View full article...

Links, Links and More Links... - by Scott F. Geld - Are you linked from other Web sites? You should be...and from lots of them. The number of Web sites that you are linked from has a direct impact on the success of your online business. The number of quality links that point to your Web site plays a key roll in the search engines relevancy algorithms. Simply put, the more relevant Web sites that link to yours, the higher your site will rank in the search engine returns.  (469 words)  View full article...

Search Engine Optimization - by Scott F. Geld - Search engines match the words or phrases used in a search request with those used in Website text. You want to make sure that your Website is optimized to come up high on the returned search list when potential customers are looking for products or services that your company offers. That means that copy on your Website must be rich in keywords or keyword phrases.  (388 words)  View full article...

What Size Of Body Section Ranks Highest? - by Jon Ricerca - While popular belief seems to be that pages should be very short (less than 10K) to rank well with the leading search engine, this article conclusively answers that question~ with a completely different answer.  (457 words)  View full article...

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