Search Engine Friendly Pages

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There is no point in building a website unless there are entry visitors. The main traffic sources for most sites on the Internet are search engines like Google, Yahoo!, MSN, Altavista and so on. Therefore, by designing search engine friendly sites, you will be able to easily rank in search engines and get more visitors.

The main search engine uses a program called a crawler or robot to the index website to create a list of searches for their search results. They follow the link to the page, read the page content and record it with their own database, and draw a list when people look for it.

If you want to make your site indexed, you should avoid using frames on your website. The frame will only confuse the search engine robot and they might even leave your site because of that. In addition, the frame makes it difficult for users to mark a particular page on your site without using a long and complicated script.

Do not present important information in flash films or images. Search engine robots can only read text on your source code so if you present important words in Flash movies and images rather than textual forms, your search engine ranking will be dramatically affected.

Use the meta tag according to each page of your site so that the search engine robot shows at first glance what certain pages are and whether to index or not. By using meta tags, you make search engine robots work easier so they will crawl and index your site more often.

Stop using the wrong HTML tag like <font> to organize your page. Use CSS (CASCADING STYLE SHEETS) instead because they are more effective and efficient. By using CSS, you can remove the HTML tag Redundant and make your page lighter and faster loading.

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