7 Tips For Writing Optimized Title Tags

Chances are you already know that title tags are an important part of search engine optimization. Search engines give a considerable weight to your page titles when it comes to determining what your page is about. They will also use your title tag as the text to display in the link to your page when the page appears in search results. Your title tag can also help form the first impression someone makes about your web page and website.

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The 5 Step Sales Process Online

All customers go through a 5 step buying process when making a purchasing decision. On the other side there is a 5 step selling process. If you want to make more sales on your website you should build your site so it utilizes this sales process and and leads potential customers along the way and converts them into paying customers.

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Matt Cutts Confirms Link Quality Important At Google

Earlier today Matt Cutts posted on his blog an Indexing Timeline as a way to provide information about what’s been going on since the ‘Big Daddy’ Update as far as pages being dropped from the Google index and not reappearing as fast some as webmasters might like. He did a little more than that in revealing a little about what Google thinks about link quality.

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Simple Navigation Bar With CSS And (x)HTML

Last week I showed how you can create a simple menu using an (x)HTML list and CSS. Today I thought I’d use the same technique to create a simple navigation bar. Once again we’ll structure things with a list of links and use some CSS to turn that list into a navigation bar.

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New Search Products From Google

In case you missed it Google released a few new search products yesterday. Google Co-Op, Google Trends, Google Desktop 4, and later this week Google Notebook. Each in it’s own way may contribute a little something to search engine optimization, but it’s the first two I mentioned that I would like to talk about here.

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