Search Engine Ranking
When a web surfer enters a word or phrase (keyword phrase) in the search bar related to your business or product, hundreds of other web pages show up. Sometimes yours is not one of them, but when it is it could be on page four, five, or more. Designing a site that will get high rankings involves building a quality site with good content and much, much more! Content is usually text but it can also be video, documents, and pictures. The content that affects your search engine rankings the most is simple text. Your site also needs to be a site that other websites will link to, and one with a purpose that caters to a customer or client base. Your future clients and customers don’t care where their information comes from, they can recognize a good site and want good information now! If the site or information doesn’t appeal to them, they will immediately leave to the next competitor. Google even tracks time on a site and individual pages. The less time or pages your viewers see the less points Google gives your site in its page rankings.
What’s your search engine ranking?
Search Engine Rankings or SEO Dump- Instant, online reports of web site rankings in 8 top search engines and web directories, including Google, Yahoo! Search, Bing (MSN), AOL, AltaVista, AllTheWeb, Yahoo! Directory, and Open Directory (Dmoz).
How do you increase your rankings on search engines?
Start with a purpose. Who are your targeted customers, and what do they want? Who ever they are and whatever they want, give it to them! Design a site that’s easy to navigate, aesthetically pleasing, and one with quality information. Then market your site. Just because you have a site doesn’t mean your clients or customers automatically know about it. More visits to your site increases your value to search engines, and if your