search engine question

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Currently, I have a number of meta tags on my site, yet it's not even in the top 200-300 results... Does size of the HTML page matter?
  • veedee
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I don't think HTML page's size is affecting on your S.E popularity, is your keywords relevant to your contents, page title, descriptions?
Or maybe your keyword is in tight competition, so many website uses keyword like yours.
  • etechsupport
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Big pages are a problem for SEO, you should try and split the pages up so that each should more tightly focused upon one subject, this helps with search engine ranking.
  • boohlick
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Its been a factor but not that much, if you want best result try to make it smaller.. its not only for search engine but also fr your viewer.
You dont some to ignore you site because it takes to long load.
  • Greatone
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Post 3+ Months Ago

how long does your site went online?
  • Jess
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Post 3+ Months Ago

actually i'd say size of the page is a big issue. Look at the top results, in my experience they are never huge bulky pages that go on and on and on and on...........

I'd do a feew searches for popular terms and look at the page size for the 1st and seconed places, try to aim for an average of the terms you researched.

Work with the engines and give them what they want :)

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