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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by Santuzzo
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    Thanks.

    I meant do search engines use any of the actual 'written' content that is displayed on a website or only meta tags/title tags.




    Search engines need to index your content for people to find information when looking for certain keywords/locations. The more RELEVANT keywords there are to your 'business'/website, the easier it is to find you.





    I build CMS websites on the Joomla platform which comes with all sorts of SEO stuff (page specific keywords/descriptions, Google Analytics a.o). SEO optimized means that each page has RELEVANT content specific meta keywords. For instance, if you use H1 and H2 tags (headers) in your text, which I assume you do, make sure H1 and H2s contain at least 1 page specific keyword. (eg Instead of Welcome!, put something like Welcome to the music page of Santuzzo). Also make sure you don't have any dead links on your site.



    Again, unless you depend on your website gathering income from page hits, you don't need to worry too much



    more info: http://www.seoarticles.com/2010/02/1...f-seo-spiders/

    http://www.searchenginepeople.com/bl...le-spider.html
    If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face...forever

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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by Santuzzo
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      Thanks.

      I meant do search engines use any of the actual 'written' content that is displayed on a website or only meta tags/title tags.




      Search engines need to index your content for people to find information when looking for certain keywords/locations. The more RELEVANT keywords there are to your 'business'/website, the easier it is to find you.





      I build CMS websites on the Joomla platform which comes with all sorts of SEO stuff (page specific keywords/descriptions, Google Analytics a.o). SEO optimized means that each page has RELEVANT content specific meta keywords. For instance, if you use H1 and H2 tags (headers) in your text, which I assume you do, make sure H1 and H2s contain at least 1 page specific keyword. (eg Instead of Welcome!, put something like Welcome to the music page of Santuzzo). Also make sure you don't have any dead links on your site.



      Again, unless you depend on your website gathering income from page hits, you don't need to worry too much



      more info: http://www.seoarticles.com/2010/02/1...f-seo-spiders/

      http://www.searchenginepeople.com/bl...le-spider.html
      If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face...forever

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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by wok
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        Search engines need to index your content for people to find information when looking for certain keywords/locations. The more RELEVANT keywords there are to your 'business'/website, the easier it is to find you.





        I build CMS websites on the Joomla platform which comes with all sorts of SEO stuff (page specific keywords/descriptions, Google Analytics a.o). SEO optimized means that each page has RELEVANT content specific meta keywords. For instance, if you use H1 and H2 tags (headers) in your text, which I assume you do, make sure H1 and H2s contain at least 1 page specific keyword. (eg Instead of Welcome!, put something like Welcome to the music page of Santuzzo). Also make sure you don't have any dead links on your site.



        Again, unless you depend on your website gathering income from page hits, you don't need to worry too much



        more info: http://www.seoarticles.com/2010/02/1...f-seo-spiders/

        http://www.searchenginepeople.com/bl...le-spider.html




        Thanks!



        I actually don't have any H1-H6 type headers on my website.

        But I assume the Header and TITLE tags (which are in the htm code but are not displayed on the site) will be used by search engines, too).
        my website - free licks - some of my music

        I offer online guitar lessons on Skype in different styles. Send me a PM if interested.

        check out my EP 'Sonic Sketches'

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        • #19






          Quote Originally Posted by wok
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          Search engines need to index your content for people to find information when looking for certain keywords/locations. The more RELEVANT keywords there are to your 'business'/website, the easier it is to find you.





          I build CMS websites on the Joomla platform which comes with all sorts of SEO stuff (page specific keywords/descriptions, Google Analytics a.o). SEO optimized means that each page has RELEVANT content specific meta keywords. For instance, if you use H1 and H2 tags (headers) in your text, which I assume you do, make sure H1 and H2s contain at least 1 page specific keyword. (eg Instead of Welcome!, put something like Welcome to the music page of Santuzzo). Also make sure you don't have any dead links on your site.



          Again, unless you depend on your website gathering income from page hits, you don't need to worry too much



          more info: http://www.seoarticles.com/2010/02/1...f-seo-spiders/

          http://www.searchenginepeople.com/bl...le-spider.html




          Thanks!



          I actually don't have any H1-H6 type headers on my website.

          But I assume the Header and TITLE tags (which are in the htm code but are not displayed on the site) will be used by search engines, too).
          my website - free licks - some of my music

          I offer online guitar lessons on Skype in different styles. Send me a PM if interested.

          check out my EP 'Sonic Sketches'

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          • #20
            meta content, how does it work?
            VHT/FRYETTE DEATH SQUAD

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            • #21
              meta content, how does it work?
              VHT/FRYETTE DEATH SQUAD

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              • #22
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meta_element
                VHT/FRYETTE DEATH SQUAD

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                • #23
                  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meta_element
                  VHT/FRYETTE DEATH SQUAD

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                  • #24
                    Good news: I managed to upload the fonts and installed a CSS file.



                    Have a look: http://www.larsbauer.com/



                    let me know if anything is odd. I tried it on FF and IE, and there it seems to work fine, not sure about other browsers, though.



                    Thanks again everybody for your help, much appreciated!



                    Lars
                    my website - free licks - some of my music

                    I offer online guitar lessons on Skype in different styles. Send me a PM if interested.

                    check out my EP 'Sonic Sketches'

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