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Search66.com, WindSeek.com and
several other search engines on the Internet
access to information about
all the major search engines, including submission tips,
how search engines rank their listings, important design
issues relating to relevancy, and other web site promotion
topics and tools.
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Promoting your website can
seem like a daunting, complicated task. The truth of it is that it's not a
trivial undertaking. But with some well laid plans, you can be sure that
you're leaving no stone unturned and working toward the best possible results.
- Prepare your website for the search engines -
This is a critical phase where elements such as keyphrase selection and
web page optimization come into play. Whether you have a website already or
not, this is where you need to start. Your site must be prepared and optimized
to ensure that when the major search engines and directories visit your site,
they index it properly and favourably.
Step 2: Popularity
- Establish a network of incoming links from other sites -
It is crucial that you establish plenty of quality, relevant links to
your site. This typically means approaching websites in your industry (be they
indirect competitors, vendors, suppliers or directory owners) and asking for a
link, or offering to exchange links. Having a strong initial link popularity
greatly increases the chances that the major search engines will find you
before you even let them know you're out there. During this phase you should
also consider purchasing pay-for-inclusion memberships at some of the major
directories. Although the costs can add up and typically need to be renewed
yearly, the links that they provide are often extremely valuable.
Step 3: Broadcasting
- Let the search engines and directories know about your site -
This step is essentially web site submission. You should be submitting
not only your site, but all pages within your site to the major search engines
and directories. You can do this both manually and automatically (if you have
the tools). Getting listed with the major players typically takes anywhere
from 2 to 12 weeks. As such, you should continue this step until all your
pages are indexed on all the search engines. But be careful: once a page is
indexed, don't keeping submitting it to that search engine; your work there is
Step 4: Advertising
- Purchasing of targeted visitors across the web -
This step involves elements such as pay-per-click campaigns, newsletter
ads, website ads, etc. Depending on your budget, this step can be as expensive
as you choose. So long as you invest in the right programs and design your ad
copy properly, you stand to make an excellent return on your investment here.
Step 5: Monitoring
- Keep an eye on your site's standings -
Often the most overlooked step, you need to be very vigilante of how
your site is performing in the eyes of the search engines. Have your keyphrase
rankings increased? Decreased? When? Why? Tracking and charting your progress
is extremely important to measuring the effectiveness of any changes you make
to your promotion campaign
So now what?
Now that you've gone through the 5 key steps, it's time to repeat the
process. Actually, once you complete a phase you should never leave it alone.
You should be addressing each of these 5 steps on an on-going basis.
Optimized pages become un-optimized the moment a search engine changes
its ranking algorithm; which, as any SEO specialist will tell you, happens all
too often and all too randomly.
Sites will drop their link to your site without letting you know, or
maybe add you and not tell you. Keep your ear to the ground on this front to
ensure that you're capitalizing on any opportunities and keeping your inbound
link numbers high. You can also do some optimization with your
pay-for-inclusion listings, so take advantage of that.
Pay-per-click advertising is a complete science unto itself, so expect to
spend plenty of time learning which keyphrases and ads works, and which don't.
Freshen up your ads to grab attention if they're underperforming.
And finally, by tracking your progress you will ensure there are no
surprises. Well, there are sure to be surprises, but hopefully you won't find
out about them two months after the fact. Good luck!.
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