Optimizing the Adobe Flash platform for SEO can be a tricky game, but done right your Flash content can be indexed the same way HTML pages do. Read more
Time to make the Donuts! Anyone who was a child in the 80′s remembers that commercial. It’s Iconic branding that in just five words. Well I’d like to bring that phrase to mind here and say, It’s time to clean your website for SEO.
Start by getting rid of stoppers that hamper search engine bot efforts in accessing your wonderful(as long as its non spammy) content. Read more
I’m frequently asked what is the best way to go about selecting keywords and phrases when optimizing a web site. There are many tools out there that can assist you in your search, but often what I do is just look at the different categories the site falls into and that can provide a wealth of information for determining my keyword phrase approach. Read more
When your ready to launch your site, take a look at this SEO checklist just to make sure your site is kosher for Google, Yahoo, et al.
- Doctype Decleration – This will save you many a headache in the long run. If the client is unaware of what version of HTML to run in, you will have serious problems getting your pages to render properly in quirksmode. More than likely you’ll want to declare your pages in doctype XHTML Transitional, this is much the standard declaration across the web. Read more
Try not to stuff keywords into your tags or attributes, if you do so Google can penalize your site and send you to the bottom of its index. It is considered an unethical practice. If a search crawler detects this taking place your site can get disappear from the index for an indefinite period of time.