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1. Use Meta Tags On Your Web Page.

Meta Tags are important to most (but not all) search engines. In "Meta Tags" you can list important "KEYWORDS" (the words you want your viewers to associate with your site), and a "DESCRIPTION" of your page's contents. When a person enters keywords into a search engine, your page will be located by those "keywords". Some engines use the Meta Tag with the "description" when they show your site to viewers, so it's a good idea to add one. Here is how the HTML code looks for our example, "Dave's Dinosaur Web Page":

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Dave's Dinosaur Web Page</TITLE>

<META NAME="description" content="Everything you need to know about Dinosaurs. Free graphics, articles, links, audio messages about Dinosaurs">

<META NAME="keywords" content="Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, Dinosaur, Dinosaur, stone age, fossils, prehistoric, Stegosaurus, Tyrannasaurus Rex, Brontosaurus">

</HEAD>
<BODY>

Notice that in the first Meta Tag, we have the web page "description" within quotations. In the second Meta tag, we have important "keywords" which Dave wants his viewers to find when using the search engines. The Meta Tags are placed after the title tags, and before the body tags. The main part of your page would follow after the body tags..

2. Make Sure Important Keywords Are In Your Title.

Your title page should ALWAYS contain important Keywords in it! NEVER make the title of your page something like: "Dave's Web Page". Nobody will ever find you. If you can list more than one Keyword in your title - that may be even better! For instance, "Dave's Dinosaur Page" is good. But "Dave's Brontosaurus Dinosaur Page" may be better if he specializes in more information on that species.

3. Use Keywords Frequently in Heading Tags.

The heading tags are usually more important to search engines because they signify something "important" on a web page. At least important enough to give that topic a heading. For instance, in our example above, you want to make sure the heading looks something like this in the body of the page:

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Dave's Dinosaur Web Page</TITLE>

<META NAME="description" content="Everything you need to know about Dinosaurs. Free graphics, articles, links, audio messages about Dinosaurs">

<META NAME="keywords" content="Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, Dinosaur, Dinosaur, stone age, fossils, prehistoric, Stegosaurus, Tyrannasaurus Rex, Brontosaurus">

</HEAD>
<BODY>

<H1>Browse our DINOSAUR and BRONTOSAURUS Resources Below!</H1>

Feel free to view our Dinosaur links and Brontosaurus image slides on this page. Below are some .... etc., etc., etc ........

(Notice that the keywords Dinosaur and Brontosaurus were both in the Heading tag above.)

4. Links Should Have Keywords Placed in Them Strategically.

When you have links on your page, it is good to have Keywords place in those links to other pages on your site. Search Engines consider a link to be more important than just the text on your page. So, picking up Dave's page where we left off, it should look something like this:

<BODY>

<H1>Browse our DINOSAUR Resources Below!</H1>

Feel free to view our Dinosaur links and Brontosaurus image slides on this page. Below are some links you will enjoy:

<a href="dinosaur.html">Dinosaur History, Information and Links</a>
<a href="brontosaurus.html">Brontosaurus Pictures</a>

The links contain Dave's keywords, and his page will be more likely to have a prominent place in the engines for these particular words.

5. Create "Doorway" Pages That Will Attract Viewers to Special Page Areas.

A "doorway" page is an alternate page which also leads viewers to your site. Having an alternate page (with different text and information on it) increases your chance to be found in the search engines, because you can isolate areas of importance. In Dave's example, perhaps "Dinosaur" is too broad a topic. He might want to create another "doorway page", such as: "Brontosaurus Photos". This page will have links of course, to his main page. It is not good to have too many "doorway" pages which may frustrate viewers and when overdone is considered "spamming" the engines (a tactic frowned upon by most, and sometimes penalized by search engines). But if you can narrow down the playing field for particular areas of interest, that will help your chances of viewers finding you.

6. Add Keywords to Areas Within Your Comment and Image Tags.

There are many areas on your page that search engines read and count, that you may not think are too important. Examples would be the "comment" tags, and the "image tags". Try to place keywords in these tags. For the comment tag (comments are used by webmasters to hide information from viewers, but to remind them of something, or to list additional data), here is an example of something that can boost your position with some engines:

<!-- This page is copyrighted in 1998, by Dave's Dinosaur Page -->

Having a "keyword" in the comment area as shown above may add weight in a search. Also, consider adding the keywords to the "alt" part of an image tag (The "alt" part of an image tag is a description of the graphic that shows up on your web page when your mouse passes over a graphic; or which tells viewers who are using graphic disabled browsers what is on the page in that spot). Here is how you would add the "alt" tag:

<IMG SRC="steg1.gif" alt="dinosaur graphic photo">

7. Make the First 25 Words On Your Page "Keyword Rich".

Many Search Engines look at the first words on webpages as being the most important. So make sure that the first 25 words on your page are rich in keywords. Not "too" many, but a few - so as to keep your ranking high.

8. Reduce Lengthy Page Sizes When Possible.

Long pages do not normally score very well on some search engines, because the "keyword" relevancy (the number of keywords in relation to the number of total words on a page) is diluted. Therefore, don't try to put EVERYTHING about your site on the first page! Keep pages clean and brief, and instead use keywords to LINK to other pages on your site that can give viewers the information you want them to have. This will help your rankings on several of the engines.

9. Learn From Others! Check Out Pages With Similar Content and Find Out Why They Rank Well.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Go to Yahoo, Excite, or one of the other engines, and do a search on the keywords you think your viewers will be using. Pull up the pages of the top 10 sites. View the code source on their pages (you can do this by clicking on the right button of your mouse, and choose "view source" - or in some browsers you have a "view source" feature built in). Study how they created their page, and what made it a search engine winner. Don't copy the text of course, but imitate their ideas - that's how most learned how to score well themselves! If you are not scoring in the top 30, chances are that most viewers will not find you. Keep working to improve your position.

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In order to continuously rank well, your site must be submitted to the search engines ON A REGULAR BASIS. Once is not enough. You may score well at first. You may score poorly later on as the engines change their scoring emphasis. If you score poorly, re-design the page using the hints above, and have us re-submit the page for you. Of course you can submit yourself, but you may not have the time (it would take between 20 minutes and 3 hours to do the work we do for you). Our work is done at "under minimum wage" cost! How? We have submitted so many times we have made it an "art" and can do it, probably 10-20 times faster than most users can. But EVERY PAGE you send us will be submitted BY A HUMAN BEING, with PERSONAL ATTENTION given to each detail. That's the only way to make a successful submission to the top 15 engines!

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