Blog Archives for category SEO

What is Robots.txt?

Robots.txt is a simple text file that sits on the server with your web site. It’s basically your web site’s way of giving instructions to search engines about what how they index your web site. Search Engines tend to look for the robots.txt file when they first visit a site. They can visit and index your site whether you have a robots.txt file or not; having one simply helps them… Continue reading »

SEO for Dynamic Websites

What are dynamic websites? Dynamic websites are websites whose pages are generated on the fly. Unlike static pages (primarily .htm/.html pages), dynamic pages are generated when a user triggers an action through that particular page. Here is what Google says about indexing dynamic websites Reasons your site may not be included: Your pages are dynamically generated. We are able to index dynamically generated pages. However, because our web crawler can… Continue reading »

What Are Doorway Pages?

Doorway pages are simple HTML pages that are customized to a few particular keywords or phrases, and they are programmed to be visible only by specific search engines and their spiders. They are Web pages designed and built specifically to draw search engine visitors to your website. Doorway pages are pages which have been highly optimized for one specific search phrase and are designed to then redirect the web site… Continue reading »

Methods of Search Engine Optimization

Methods of Search Engine Optimization Search Engine Optimization methods are what you apply to your website to be get ranked. SEO methods are two types one is Black Hat SEO and the other White Hat SEO. By using Black Hat SEO method, one may get faster results as because it is being done in an unethical manner. White Hat SEO method is what uses keywords by researching it properly according… Continue reading »

Sitemap.txt Support By Google, Yahoo & MSN

This isn’t the first time the major search engines have come together for an announcement regarding how they support publishers. In late 2006, all three joined together to support XML Sitemaps and launched sitemaps.org, followed in April 2007 with support for Sitemaps autodiscovery in robots.txt and in February 2008 with more support for more flexible storage locations of Sitemap files. In early 2005, the engines declared support for the nofollow… Continue reading »