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#1 webdesignunlimited

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 08:26 PM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it? :mellow:

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 11:50 PM

Optimizing the keywords and the sourcecode and trying to make other webmasters link to your site. OR simply buying some Google 'Sponsored Links'. OR buying so many Google shares that you own the majority of the shares, and so deciding who gets the first positions yourself. :mellow:

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 02:41 AM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it? :mellow:

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Google works by tracking incoming links from other pages, but it's not necessarily the quantity as it is the quality. Google assigns each web page a PageRank (click for wiki article).

Basically the PageRank can be 0-10. It is better to have a few links from PR10 sites than a ton from PR0 sites. The PR of incoming links also plays a major role in determining your PR.

Building your PR is very challenging and often people resort to link farms, but this only lasts a while because eventually Google recognizes a link farm for what it is and penalizes its PR.

You best bet is to build a quality site with original work that people will apreciate. It comes down to "if you build it, they will come."

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 05:39 AM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it? :mellow:

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Google rate your site based on incoming link from others site. The more site link to your site , the better ranking it get. I think some link exchange programs may help

You should check this out also

http://home.free-banners.com/

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 01:46 AM

Google works by tracking incoming links from other pages, but it's not necessarily the quantity as it is the quality.  Google assigns each web page a PageRank (click for wiki article). 

Basically the PageRank can be 0-10.  It is better to have a few links from PR10 sites than a ton from PR0 sites.  The PR of incoming links also plays a major role in determining your PR.

Building your PR is very challenging and often people resort to link farms, but this only lasts a while because eventually Google recognizes a link farm for what it is and penalizes its PR.

You best bet is to build a quality site with original work that people will apreciate.  It comes down to "if you build it, they will come."

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Great post right there. Pretty much sums it all up. Another thing you should do is make shure to put in good keywords in your Meta tags. Thats another big thing to do.

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Posted 16 November 2005 - 02:56 AM

Great post right there. Pretty much sums it all up. Another thing you should do is make shure to put in good keywords in your Meta tags. Thats another big thing to do.

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I thought that google competely ignored meta tags cause they're too easy to manipulate without have a decent site? Still should do it for other SE's though.

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Posted 16 November 2005 - 07:13 PM

No, Google doesn't look over meta tags. If you want to make your site have a good Google rank, then you should have a good meta tag and meta key words. However, keep your meta tags with as few words as possible because otherwise it will come out with lots of other sites as well if they have the same words as you.

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Posted 16 November 2005 - 09:40 PM

PHP-Nuke CMS sites are good at getting reankings from Google if you type IPB Nuke into Google you will see that my two IPB Nuke sites are listed # 6 and # 8, the first sentence you see is from the <META NAME="DESCRIPTION" CONTENT="Making Invision work with PHP-Nuke"> Tag and then the text that follows is from one of the first Newsarticles that has been deleted and the other sone also has the META tag listed first and goes further with a description from another News article, the strange part is that I beat out the IPB Nuke org that created the software, just because of the spelling they spell it IPBNuke with no spaces, so in your meta you might want to include every possible spelling spacing and case.

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Posted 16 November 2005 - 10:13 PM

I think you can get a higher possion by apply for the Google AdSense program, google will index your site when visitor click on it. This won't cost anything. And if you're lucky enough, you can earn extra money.

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Posted 26 December 2005 - 09:02 PM

I used one of those fast submits, it worked, but after some time I got off google for all the time and got my lesson, with all the false keywords and often used keywords and stuff. I recommend not to use any of stuff like that, or even forms which signs 10 000 guestbooks with your link.. :S

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Posted 27 December 2005 - 12:30 AM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it? :huh:

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just have more content on your site. like articles. articles are filled with usefull info that people want. they also are filled with lots of keywords. find articles that are related to the same them of your website. just search for "free content" and you should get a good list of articles that you can put of for free.

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Posted 27 December 2005 - 08:41 AM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it?


Well, i think that you just need to pay may be some money, because millions of people want their sites to be on first pages on google, so it won`t be very cheap, i think :) But i don`t know exactly... try to include to your site more things that are interesting to google, for example promotion of google or something like that. Anyway, you`ll need to do something... and i also think that you should contact someone about that... but i really don`t know... :huh:

Oh, or jus try this (some man posted that in here):

I know how to put website on the first page of google, Use this software and donot wait for weeks to appear your site in the top search engines, your site will be on the top list of all the Top search engines Google, YAHOO, MSN whatever. Use this link to know more http://www.entwined....sitesubmit.html



I`ll try it too, thanks :P

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Posted 27 December 2005 - 10:29 AM

You might consider signing up with google's Adsense. This way you will probably get fastest indexing by google... Im telling you this from my own expirience. Try to search on google with keyword "finaldesign studio" or just "finaldesign". My page (final-design.net) will be in the first 5 results.
Another way you can boost your site into google's spiders is to get into some link exchange programs. The best way would be to link your page with your friends that have web pages of same interests as your's... Important thing is that your friends put on their webs link to your web too! If you don't have many friends of same interest as your's there is a solution for that too. It's called link exchange. One of the best link exchange programs that Im using on my web too is http://www.link-vault.comLink-vault.com - now if you want to sign up with them, and start using this free service you can do that directly with this first link or via my refferal link: http://www.link-vault.com/?ss=4641http://www.link-vault.com/?ss=4641 which don't cost you anything, just you give me some credit... :huh:
Oh and if you wish to signup with google's Adsense goto http://www.google.com/adsensehttp://www.google.com/adsense

good luck!

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Posted 01 January 2006 - 03:32 PM

I'd like to give you a good tip, but I forgot the name of a webaplication software, which claimed to be able to push your sites up!
The programmer gave many examples of his sites, which were all in the top ranks, or even on the first place, I can't remember... :D

The mainpurpose of this post is to tell you, that there is a (claimed to be) easy way of getting to the top ranks :D Note: You have to pay for it ;)
But I will search for the software and maybe I will find it again...

#15 Hercco

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Posted 02 January 2006 - 09:01 AM

With the right search phrase... :D

Seriously, I've found that posting news to your site is a good way to get more hits from search engines. It of course depends greatly on what you site is about, but has worked for mine.

The thing is that people tend to search about the recent happenings on their area of interest. I've monitored the search words that lead people to my site and the most popular ones are usually about new product releases that I've posted on my site.

And I can't but underline the importance of the PageRank. Good sites with good content and good working design tend to get rewarded with links from other pages thus raising their Rank.

One more thing: do not underestimate the power of "media" searches. Especially images. If it just suits your site subject, having good images on your site on a permanent pages brings a lot of hits nowadays. So whatever pics you have, put them on a HTML pages with a neat design with links and menus of your site. This way, people searching for images find your site, and not just consume your bandwidth with the image loading and leaving. I have no experience but I guess same goes for audio and video searches, at least in future.

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Posted 03 January 2006 - 07:56 PM

To make your Website appear on the first page of Google and other engines will require some hard work. But if you're willing to do it, and do it right, then it won't be long until your site is recognized, and then you'll find it very easy to even make money out of it.

There are many things you can do, and the people here have talked about a lot of them. I'll try to add one or two ... :-)

1. Yes, META tags are essential, even if some SEs don't rely too much on them anymore. When your site appears on an SE, your META Description is usually the bold, highlighted, clickable link that shows first. You have to make this catchy to the searcher.

2. In Search Engine Optimization, content is king. Search Engines run a business. Their business is to provide searcher for the most relevant, most informative sites. All their technology and strategy revolves around this objective. Admittedly, most still have trouble, and others very much suck at it, but still some of them like Google do an admirable job. So focus on content; make sure that when a human visits your site, they'll find what they came looking for. This way, you'll be doing the SEs a major favor, and trust me, it's in their best interest to pay you back. :-)

3. Make every page of your site revolve around a single keyword. For example, if your website is about football, you can make a page about famous current players, famous old players, brasil, FIFA regulations, shirts colors, etc. Keywords don't have to be a single word like, ahem, "balls." It can be a phrase, say "world cup finals." The important thing here is that you should take your time choosing the phrases you think people interested in your website's theme will search for the most. Think both inside and outside the box.

4. When you have found your valuable keywords, and made sure you didacted a separate page for each, use that keyword everywhere on the page. In your META tags, in your TITLE tags, in headings, in footings, and most certainly all over the page body. Don't over do it, though. Many SEs will penalize you for it.

5. Link exchanging with other high-quality sites is a sure-fire way to increase your rank in Google, but not in many other SEs. But they're working on it, so don't take it lightly. Plus, let's face it, Google is currently the best and the most used SE, so please it, alright? :-)

I'll be writing a complete SEO guide soon, hopefully. I hope you'll find it helpful.

And good luck. :-)

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Posted 05 January 2006 - 07:35 PM

Great post right there. Pretty much sums it all up. Another thing you should do is make shure to put in good keywords in your Meta tags. Thats another big thing to do.

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I don't believe meta tag keywords are used any longer by the search engines to rank your page. The key words (words that are most appropriate for your content) should be used throughout your pages in an appropriate manner. Not too few, not too many!

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Posted 05 January 2006 - 07:48 PM

I was just wondering if you could make your webite to come up first on google when they typed in a word that has something to do with your website. If it can be done, then how do you do it? :D

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I know keywords and links to your site by high-ranking pages helps your site rank higher in search engines, but..... I have a question as to what may hurt your rank.

It used to be that having your pages in frames was a bad thing to do. Is it still bad? Does it matter whether you use frames or not?

Also, does the fact that you use the older style of having font, bold, italic, etc. tags embedded in your code affect your page rank? Would removing those type of tags from your html doc and placing them in a style sheet affect your rank?
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Posted 05 January 2006 - 08:32 PM

frames used to be a major nuisance for web designers interested in Search Engine Optimization, but not exactly in the way that first comes to mind ..

when you design a page with, say, 4 frames, then when this pages loads, there are actually 4 pages loading, only one of them will contain your significant keyword. the SE can and does recognize that page and will index it and rank it accordingly. but if we assume that this page does get a #1 rank .. when a visitor clicks on the link at the search engine results page, it'll take him to that specific page only. meaning, the frames won't show. and since most frame designers use it as a navigational aid, the visitor will most likely get lost when the frames don't show. that's why SEs had, and still have, a problem with indexing and ranking framed pages appropriately.

and as for the old HTML 3.2 tags such as bold, italics, typewriter, oblique, and the like, No, they don't have any effect, whether positive or negative on your page's ranking. they're only used by the browser itself.

but here's a hint. if you know the title attribute, which is functional since the introduction of HTML 4.0 (or 4.1, I can't remember) then this one can actually help with your optimization. for example ..

you're writing an H1 tag .. you can make it something like this ..

<h1 title="mention a brief description of this heading and the following paragraph, making sure you include your keyword in it">the heading</h1>

the title attribute can be used with most, if not all, tags, except those belonging to the <head></head> section.

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Posted 05 January 2006 - 10:48 PM

frames used to be a major nuisance for web designers interested in Search Engine Optimization, but not exactly in the way that first comes to mind ..

when you design a page with, say, 4 frames, then when this pages loads, there are actually 4 pages loading, only one of them will contain your significant keyword.  the SE can and does recognize that page and will index it and rank it accordingly.  but if we assume that this page does get a #1 rank .. when a visitor clicks on the link at the search engine results page, it'll take him to that specific page only.  meaning, the frames won't show.  and since most frame designers use it as a navigational aid, the visitor will most likely get lost when the frames don't show. that's why SEs had, and still have, a problem with indexing and ranking framed pages appropriately.

and as for the old HTML 3.2 tags such as bold, italics, typewriter, oblique, and the like, No, they don't have any effect, whether positive or negative on your page's ranking.  they're only used by the browser itself.

but here's a hint.  if you know the title attribute, which is functional since the introduction of HTML 4.0 (or 4.1, I can't remember) then this one can actually help with your optimization.  for example ..

you're writing an H1 tag .. you can make it something like this ..

<h1 title="mention a brief description of this heading and the following paragraph, making sure you include your keyword in it">the heading</h1>

the title attribute can be used with most, if not all, tags, except those belonging to the <head></head> section.

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Great! That helps a lot. I guess I did already know about the search engine possibly finding a page in your site other than your index page and displaying it outside of the frame, but I had forgotten that. I'm going to redo my site and not use frames.

Also, that's a great hint, using the title attribute in some of my page tags. I'll incorporate that right away.

Thanks again!



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