More Litle Weird About Search Engine Marketing (SEO)

Search engine marketing has changed so drastically in recent days, because of some internet visitors come to a site from search page. Currently, Google, Yahoo, and MSN search engine host 95% of all searches done online, and there doesnt seem to be any signs of serious changes.
so what we can do for make it higher rank in internet society ?
this is simple suggestion :

One-way links

One-way link is a term used among webmasters for link building methods. It is a hyperlink that points to a website without any reciprocal link; thus the link goes "one-way" in direction. It is suspected by many industry consultants that this type of link would be considered more natural in the eyes of search engines. One-way links are also called Incoming Links or Inbound Links.

An effective way to build this type of one-way linking is by distributing articles through content sites and article directories. These articles generally contain an About The Author box that contains a one-way link back to the author's URL. When publishers use these articles, those one-way links help authors increase their page rank.

One is better off identifying their niche, and focusing on obtaining one-way links from websites and directories. This can be done in a variety of ways such as:


* writing articles and submitting them to directories
* submitting your website to top directories such as joeant and skaffe
* giving away free information with the stipulation the user link to where they got the material, which is you
* Actively participating in forums that match your products, and niche
* Start a blog and keep it updated



Tags

In online computer systems terminology, a tag is a non-hierarchical keyword or term assigned to a piece of information (such as an internet bookmark, digital image, or computer file). This kind of metadata helps describe an item and allows it to be found again by browsing or searching. Tags are chosen informally and personally by the item's creator or by its viewer, depending on the system.

Tagging was popularized by websites associated with Web 2.0 and is an important feature of many Web 2.0 services. It is now also part of some desktop software.

Fortunately, there are head tags that still work over all search engines. The title tag, and the description tag. Meta tags no longer matter in Google, and Yahoos search engines, though they are still weighted by msn. Msn actually likes this tag quite a bit, so I would recommend still using your keyphrases in this head tag.

Link Exchanges

A link exchange is a confederation of websites that operates similarly to a web ring. Webmasters register their web sites with a central organization, that runs the exchange, and in turn receive from the exchange HTML code which they insert into their web pages. In contrast to a web ring, where the HTML code simply comprises simple circular ring navigation hyperlinks, in a link exchange the HTML code causes the display of banner advertisements, for the sites of other members of the exchange, on the member web sites, and webmasters have to create such banner advertisements for their own web sites.

The banners are downloaded from the exchange. A monitor on the exchange determines, from referral information supplied by web browsers, how many times a member web site has displayed the banner advertisements of other members, and credits that member with a number of displays of its banner on some other member's web site. Link exchanges usually operate on a 2:1 ratio, such that for every two times a member shows a second member's banner advertisement, that second member displays the first member's banner advertisement. This page impressions:credits ratio is the exchange rate

please follow this suggestion :

* Only exchange link with websites that are in your general niche market. For example, if had a fishing related website, I would not want to exchange links with a cleaning service website.

* Do not exchange with website with a single page link directory, with 200 links on it. First off, Google only indexes the first 100 links on each page, and secondly, these tpyes of sites are starting to be punished by Google, yahoo.

* Only exchange with a website that has a clearly defined link directory, that is broken down into categories, and is linked from their homepage.

* Do not exchange with websites that have a PR of 0.


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