Quick tips to attract Search Engine Spiders

  Catching the attention of search engine spiders is an all-consuming goal for SEO experts 1. <Meta> tags are really important. Well yes and no. Some spiders use them, others don’t. Just make sure the words in your tag actually appear on your page! many full time intern Etters. If you don’t have time to study this arcane science in depth, here’s a few tips to help you out. 2. <Title> Use your most important 4 or 5 keywords in the title. Just string them into a short sentence.   3. <Description> A very important tag as many search Engines show this as the page summary. Make it compelling. About 35-40 words. 4. <H1> Every page should have a heading containing your keywords. Heading text is generally assigned higher weighting for relevance. 5. <! –Comment–> Create comment tags containing your important keywords. Put them at the top of the page. 6. <ALT>…

CREATE A “LAUNCHING PAD”

How many attempts does it take for you to herd your brood out of the house in the morning? As you steer everyone toward the door, a small voice says, “I forgot my lunch.” You go back, finding the stray lunch bag on the kitchen counter. On your second time out, someone else pipes up, “Where are my library books?” A short search locates them under the sofa. You try a third time, only to hear the words, “I left my homework on the dining room table.” This can go on for days! Some mornings seem like a comedy of errors – the Three Stooges in miniature. But it’s not particularly funny when you find yourself running 45 minutes behind, the kids have missed the bus, and you have to drive them to school. Now they are going to be late for class, your schedule is thrown off for the…