Tuesday, February 22, 2011

How Search Engines Find Your Content

A search engine is designed to search for information inside the World Wide Web. There are lot of web pages on the internet, but through search, by typing in your search query, you'll get the closest, if not the exact results. On the part of websites, especially those that are into business, the content is their weapon. Because for search engines, the only way for you to get noticed by them is present relevant compositions that can satisfy the search by internet users.

Search engine works through a computer program the browses the web called the web spider, web robot, bots or worms. IT operates first through crawling, indexing and then searching. Indexing collects, parses and stores data to facilitate fast and accurate information retrieval. It is designed to find the web pages on the internet. Searching, also called web search query is the search that a user make, in which the search engine responds to.

Now if you've got your own website, you'll wonder how search engine finds your content. The answer is through search engine optimization. It is the process of improving ranking in search engine results.

You can make your contents noticeable for search engines by using different methods. Of course this methods should be valid and legal. You need to make yours a search engine-friendly site.

Saturday, February 5, 2011


Here are the seo link building tips

Looking for valuable links coming in and out for your websites? Here are the  best strategies summarize for your website to appear in search engine results through link building

1. higher but quality links - choose reputable and relevant links you would like to become more visible online. chooing the right keywords gives additional opportunity to make your site more valuable. always check your site structure, some pages might be missing out the right keywords for your landing pages.

2.superior contents - no need to explain more, provide useful contents for your readers not for search engines!

3. blogs and rss - don't get confused, blogging is different from rss. set up an rss feed on your blog or use the default rss. you can also submit feeds to the directories

4. directories - old norms, but just do it manually for safe submissions.

5. spying on your competitor's links - why don't check if where they linking to? but don't follow them althroughout. it can be a trap!

6. article and submissions - always submit to articles that can be useful.

7. purchasing links - it's the last option but you can also exchange links through blog networks

these are just quick tips, but it relies on how you're able to compete with thousands of competitors through link building! trust yourself and have patience.