Seo Basics - Understanding Google Webmaster Guidelines
Web Media EvolutionEfficient and Affordable Web Marketing SEO BASICS - UNDERSTANDINGGOOGLE WEBMASTER GUIDELINESGoogle Webmaster Guidelines that help Google to find, index, and rank your siteAuthor: Aditya Mishra, Web Media Evolution
GOOGLE WEBMASTER GUIDELINES Recommendations and best practices to help you optimize your website for search engines. This presentation will help you understand Google Webmaster Guidelines that help Google to find, index, and rank your site.
SUBMIT YOUR WEBSITE AT GOOGLE As Google Webmaster Guideline say go to the Google submission page and add your website. You don’t need to do it more than once. The goal of this submission is to let Google know that your site exists. Submit it to Google at http://www.google.com/addurl.html.
SUBMIT A SITEMAP ON GOOGLE WEBMASTERTOOLS Creating and submitting a Sitemap helps Google to know about all the pages on your website, this includes the URLs that Google may not be able to discover during normal crawling process. Please click the following link to know more about creating and submitting Sitemaps: Submitting a Sitemap to Google Webmaster tools
CREATE VALUABLE, INFORMATION-RICH SITE Create a useful, information-rich site, and write pages that clearly and accurately describe your content. Create useful content for your visitors, if your visitors won’t find your website useful they won’t return to your website, and they won’t add links to your website.Useful Content = More visitors and more links= More traffic = More conversions
USE TEXT FOR IMPORTANT TITLES, CONTENTAND LINKS Try to use text instead of images to display important names, content, or links. The Google crawler doesnt recognize text contained in images. If you must use images for textual content, consider using the "ALT" attribute to include a few words of descriptive text. Google bot can’t read images so you must use text for displaying important names, content, and links. And whenever you use images for textual content, you must use “ALT” attribute. “ALT” tells search engines what image is all about.
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