Thursday, September 20, 2012

Use a unique and relevant web site title

A web site title is an extremely important for search engine optimization. The page title is automatically help to tracking the page as searcher required. The keywords you use in the title are important in order to ensure that your topic is understood by Google or, yahoo etc. For ranking it will be better if the title is on-topic. It’s important for robots to index and understand the topic of the page. It’s important for click-through rates in the search results. Give attention to what you click on when you are searching in Google or, Yahoo. By using perfect title and topic on your website you will bring more traffic than a number one listing. You will get most of the time it is within the first page, but I skim through the titles to see which looks to be more on-topic for my search query.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Tips for SEO

Search Engine Optimization Techniques:

·         Use a unique and relevant web site title

·         Create great and unique content

·         Make Heading tags

·         Incoming Links

·         Use personal keywords for Internal Linking

·         Keyword Density
·         Open up a PPC account
·         Participate with other related blogs
·         Use social media marketing
·         Diversify your traffic sources

·         Include a Sitemap

·         Make SEO friendly URL

·         Confirm Meta Tags

·         Build a great web site Domain

Thursday, August 30, 2012


Backlink: Backlink is an inward web link to a webpage or website that can be shared with an outward link. In a basic link terms, a backlink is any link received by a website, directory or a webpage from another web page or site. Backlinks allow a webpage to keep follow of other pages on the web that link to your position. The numbers of backlink indicate the recognition or importance of the webpage or site.

Example:  Think you find an attractive post on a webpage and you want to display the article on your webpage therefore you link the article to your website. Now your website acts as a back link to that article or to the URL where the article is originally located.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012


AdSense is an advertisement serving application or, program run by Google Incorporation. It also provide Google search to your site users, while earning money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages. These adverts are administered, sorted, and maintained by Google Inc, and they can generate revenue on either a per-click or per-impression basis.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Components of crawler-based search engines

There are three major components in Crawler-based search engines:

Crawler: The crawler is a computer program. It’s also called the spider. The crawler/spider visits a web page, reads it then scanning text and then follows links to other pages within the site. The crawler/spider will return to the site on a regular basis, such as every month or every fifteen days, to look for changes and the findings go into the index.

Index: Index is like a huge book with every page the spider has found. Everything the Crawler/spider finds goes into the second part of the search engine, the index. The index will contain a copy of every web page that the spider finds. It can take up to a few weeks for a spider to crawl and index a site. If a web page changes anything, then the index is updated with the new in sequence.

Search engine software: Search engine software program that accepts the user-entered query, understands it, and filter through the millions of web pages recorded in the index to find out matches and ranks them in order of most appropriate and presents them in a convertible manner to the browser. All crawler-based search engines have the basic parts illustrated, but there are distinctions in how these parts are tuned. That is why, the same search on different search engines often create different results.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Three types search engines

Crawler-Based Search Engines:
Crawler-based search engines create their listings automatically. They "crawl" or "spider" the web, then people search through what they have found. If anybody changes the web pages, crawler-based search engines ultimately find these changes, and that can affect how you are listed. Page titles, body copy and other elements all are played in a role.

Human-Powered Directories:
Human-powered directory depends on humans for its listings. When you submit a word or short description to the directory for your query the sites review. Search looks for matches only in the descriptions submitted. Changing your web pages has no effect on your listing. Things that are useful for improving a listing with a search engine have nothing to do with improving a listing in a directory. The only exception is that a good site, with good content, might be more likely to get reviewed for free than a poor site.

Hybrid Search Engines or, Mixed Results:
Early days, it’s used to be that a search engine either presented crawler-based results or human-powered listings in the web. Now, it’s extremely common for both types of results to be presented. Usually, a hybrid search engine will favor one type of listings over then another especially for more obscure queries.

How Search Engines Work?

First, you know search engines are not human. Search engines are text driven auto generated software based web. Search Engine includes incredible methodologies and detailed processes which are updated all the time.

·         First a searcher types a word or, a group of word or, query into the search engine.
·         Search engine software sorts quickly through factually millions of pages in its database to find out matches to the related query.
·         Then Search engine’s show the relevant results are ranked in order.

 Differences in the ways various search engines work, but they all perform in three basic tasks:
1.     They search the Internet - or select pieces of the Internet - based on important words.
2.     They keep an index of the words they find, and where they find them.
3.     They allow users to look for words or combinations of words found in that index.

Types of Search Engine:

Various Types of Search Engine:
1.    Crawler Based Search Engine
2.    Human-Powered Directories
3.    Hybrid Search Engines or Mixed Result
4.    Meta-Search Engine
5.    Specialty Search Engines

Some Example of Search Engine:

Name of Search Engine

Crawler Based Search Engine

Human Powered Directory with provide crawler based Search result powered by the other site
Human Powered Directory with provide crawler based Search result powered by the other site

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Search Engine

Search Engine is the special site on the web which is designed to help people to find out related information stored on the other web sites. 

What is SEO?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

SEO is the techniques or, processes which assist to improve the visibility and promote rank to find out from the millions of related sites of a webpage or, a website in a search engine.

SEO is the process of work which helps search engine to find out and rank your site higher than the other sites in response to a search query.