Ryze - Business Networking Buy Ethereum and Bitcoin
Get started with Cryptocurrency investing
Home Invite Friends Networks Friends classifieds
Home

Apply for Membership

About Ryze


Internet Marketing Tools
Previous Topic | Next Topic | Topics
The Internet Marketing Tools Network is not currently active and cannot accept new posts
How Do Search Engines decide Where To Post Your Site Or EzineViews: 664
Jul 25, 2005 10:08 pmHow Do Search Engines decide Where To Post Your Site Or Ezine#

Jay Bartels

Hi everyone,

                  I've posted ezines, I've written blogs, I've tried to link everything to eachother. I'm looking for a domain name for a new site and I was wondering if it the name of the site, the content of the site, or just pot luck decides what page the search engines list my site on. Any good pointers?

                                          Thankyou,

                                                         Jay

www.bocaboyjay.simpleasabc.com 

 

www.deliveringonthepromise,com

Private Reply to Jay Bartels

Jul 26, 2005 5:36 pmre: How Do Search Engines decide Where To Post Your Site Or Ezine#

Garland Coulson

Hi John,

The domain name you choose can be a factor.  For example, if a firm is called Dynamic Solutions and sells accounting software, a domain name accountingsoftware.com would rank better for the phrase "accounting software" than dynamicsoftware.com.  Some people also think a hyphen helps, so accounting-software.com would rank even better.

Here is a very condensed list of some of the factors that affect ranking along with things you can do to help.

1.  Have a text rich site - search engines ignore the graphics on your site.

2.  Have text links to each page of your site - search engines can't "push" your navigation buttons..

3.  Avoid Flash and frames when designing your site.

4.  Avoid content management systems that don't let you have a different title tag on each page.

5.  Research to find out what key words are getting the most traffic with less competition using tools like NicheFinder.

6.  Set up a single page of your site for each high traffic key word, using the key word in the title and content of the site.

7.  Manually submit your site to search engines and directories.  I have a list of free search engines and directories where you can submit your site to.

8.  Try to get high ranking sites to link to yours.  A good way to do this is to write lots of articles and publish them in article directories on the web.  I also maintain a list of free article directories you can submit your articles to.

You can use a tool like Web Position Gold to analyze your site and help you adapting your site to improve your ranking.

Gaining higher ranking is a lot of work with no guarantee of success because the search engines keep changing the way they rank sites.  You should not rely on search engine optimization as your primary source of traffic, but it can be effective as part of an overall traffic building program.

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
Download my FREE e-book, "
Promote Your Web Site for Free"
Moderator,
Internet Marketing Tools

Private Reply to Garland Coulson

Jul 27, 2005 3:54 pmre: How Do Search Engines decide Where To Post Your Site Or Ezine#

Garland Coulson
Oops, sorry Jay. For some reason I put the wrong name at the top of my posting.

Garland

Private Reply to Garland Coulson

Jul 27, 2005 6:21 pmre: How Do Search Engines decide Where To Post Your Site Or Ezine#

Michelle http://www.exoticpublishing.com
Hi Jay,

If you need help figuring out a good domain name, I've recently aligned myself with a Domain expert who does that sort of thing for a living. You can PM me.

IMO a good domain is very crucial.

Take care : )


Michelle

Private Reply to Michelle http://www.exoticpublishing.com

Previous Topic | Next Topic | Topics

Back to Internet Marketing Tools





Ryze Admin - Support   |   About Ryze



Ryze Android preview app

Testing Gets Real: blog on A/B testing, building businesses with feedback loops, by Adrian Scott

© Ryze Limited. Ryze is a trademark of Ryze Limited.  Terms of Service, including the Privacy Policy