Why Search Engine Rank is Important

April 21, 2009
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Cup of robotsThe owner of a self-described Seattle-based search engine optimization company, Wesley LeFebvre, writes on the “about” page of SEO Rankings that he created the blog to offer you strategies to increase search engine traffic to your website.

With one blog post so far, I wait to see what he does with it.

I raise Wesley’s name and SEORankings.com in light of an article a few days ago written by British blogger David Bradley about improving SEO ranking, describing the process to seduce search engines robots to find your website or blog.

If a robot can’t see your data, the search engine won’t display it, and someone typing in your company name or keywords that describe you won’t see you. Make sense? Grasp the importance of SEO?

There are many factors to achieve SEO, from contextual linking and internal linking to H1 tagging and writing viewable content for multiple web browsers.

David wrote his blog post as a unilateral experiment in reaction to an earlier SEO ranking improvement guide by Wayne Smallman, wherein Wayne provided steps to use Google Webmaster Tools to increase the likelihood of search engine robots to index your site.

Google tools aside–including Google Analytics, which I’ve wri

Cup of robotsThe owner of a self-described Seattle-based search engine optimization company, Wesley LeFebvre, writes on the “about” page of SEO Rankings that he created the blog to offer you strategies to increase search engine traffic to your website.

With one blog post so far, I wait to see what he does with it.

I raise Wesley’s name and SEORankings.com in light of an article a few days ago written by British blogger David Bradley about improving SEO ranking, describing the process to seduce search engines robots to find your website or blog.

If a robot can’t see your data, the search engine won’t display it, and someone typing in your company name or keywords that describe you won’t see you. Make sense? Grasp the importance of SEO?

There are many factors to achieve SEO, from contextual linking and internal linking to H1 tagging and writing viewable content for multiple web browsers.

David wrote his blog post as a unilateral experiment in reaction to an earlier SEO ranking improvement guide by Wayne Smallman, wherein Wayne provided steps to use Google Webmaster Tools to increase the likelihood of search engine robots to index your site.

Google tools aside–including Google Analytics, which I’ve written of several times, such as how one blog post quintupled my blog visitors–neither Wayne nor David wrote about the importance of blog plugins to further improve so-called Google Juice.

My friend Josh Fialkoff comes to the rescue, with an appropriate article written last fall about WordPress plugins for SEO, including using relevant title tags and creating sitemaps to boost search engine rank.

I love a good mystery; and I’m chalking this post up to the enigmatic future. Let’s give it a few days and we’ll see who makes number one for search engine optimization on Google USA and Google UK: Wayne, David, or me… or someone else a robot might consider.

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