SEO Rules

  • heihei
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I have read top 5 seo rules for launching a new website...

First, Don't Re-Use Your Title Tag On Every Page-The drawback to this from an SEO perspective is that the Title and Meta tags are all repeated. To get your website off on the right foot, change each page's title tag to reflect what the page is about. You'll be surprised at the good this can do for each of your web site's pages.

Second , Keyword Research- It is advisable to do at least a little keyword research before your launch your website. It can also let you know how to target the content on your page, how to word each page's title tag and whether people really are searching on your business name.

Don't Use Keywords In Images- If your keywords are embedded in images, the search engines have no clue that keyword is related to your page.

Check Your Robots.txt File

And the last one is to provide an HTML Version of your Sitemap.-HTML Version that lists the links to the pages of your site can guide the search engine spiders to all of the pages of your site.
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  • zhaira
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Don't Use Keywords In Images- If your keywords are embedded in images, the search engines have no clue that keyword is related to your page.


This is not true that if you use keywords in images the search engine will the crawl it. ALT is an alternative text to image.The ALT text should always describe the content of the image .If the logo is a link back to the homepage then this can be effectively communicated through the title tag.
  • x3mario
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Don't Use Keywords In Images- If your keywords are embedded in images, the search engines have no clue that keyword is related to your page.


I don't agree on this. Spider will not recognize the keyword on images if it's the image name and spider don't crawl images. But if you add alt attribute on the image, the spider can now recognize image.

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