The H1 tag is an important element on the list of things to help you to rank.
Whilst not the most important tag it is still a useful way to emphasise the meaning of your content. Both to search engines and human readers.
WordPress for example puts the Title of the individual post into a H1 tag when listing snippets of multiple posts on one page. This would be the logical way to organise the content as it denotes content that is separate to each other, but related to the site topic. Continue reading “Secrets of the H1 tag revealed”
Getting Your Site Indexed Before You Launch
Diggs 1212 PR 0 Alexa 4k Cached pages 1680 Technorati Rank 5,801
Submitted by Mark Daoust
SEO for FireFox Launches!
Diggs 939 PR 5 Alexa 990 Cached pages 2010 Technorati Rank 218
Submitted by Jeremy Hermanns
Continue reading “What Digg users love about SEO”
For those of you in a rush, the answer is.
“Write what they want to read.”
For those with a little more time let me expand. Continue reading “How to get linked to by an A listing, high ranking SEO guru.”
Guide to Link Buying : Directories, Ads and Reviews
A round up of the best places to spend your dollars when considering directories.
Neuromarketing & Branding in the Search Results – What a great word, neuromarketing. The theory that branding can actually create a more positive response than a product itself.
You no longer have to worry about search engines – A list of ways to drive traffic to your website without having to bother with search engines.
Optimising your blog for inclusion into Google – Aaron Wall answers questions regarding lifting your blog out of supplementalk hell.
Chris Garret tells us to lift our sights and lift our standards – Chris G has some great insights into how we should approach tasks, I would include SEO in this. As I blog I try to be as unique and extraordinary as possible. Failing everytime, I constantly reach where I cannot touch.
How to Conquer Writer?s Block ? The Ultimate Guide Link stolen from Brian Clark of Copyblogger
It looks like the brand of Danny Sullivan is as strong as ever.
Searchenginewatch.com has an Alexa ranking of 2,593 whilst hot on its heels, Searchengineland.com has an Alexa ranking of 4,484.
How long before Searchengineland is permanantly on top?