1. Seo Tools , Seo Services, Search Engine Marketing,search Engine Optimization, Seopackages, Social By: chaitali Morey SEO Tool and Techniques SEOHelpline goal is to help you improve your site's interaction with users and search engines. Even though this guide won't give up any new secrets that increase your page ranks for your site, it will make it easier for search engines to crawl and index your site. In SEOHelpline section is devoted specifically to search engine marketing, as opposed to search engine optimization and placement. If search engine marketing is what keeps you up at night, these articles should help you find your way and signicantly improve your search engine marketing (SEM) skills. The whole purpose of search engine marketing is to attract new prospects and buying customers. In certain cases however, your sales could become limited, for the simple reason that not everybody is seeking the products or services your company offers. Across the World Wide Web, if there are only 6,000 searches a month for the keywords industrial pump rebuilding, it will be hard for you to make more people search for that keyword phrase when Word Tracker tells us there has been only 6,000 searches for those three keywords in any given month or period. SEO Glossaries:- Crawler Crawler-based search engines, such as Google, create their listings automatically. They "crawl" or "spider" the web, then people search through what they have found. If you change your web pages, crawler-based search engines eventually find these changes, and that can affect how you are listed. Page titles, body copy and other elements all play a role. All crawlers will find pages to add to their web page indexes, even if those pages have never been submitted to them. However, some crawlers are better than others. This section of the chart shows which search engines are likely to do a "deep crawl" and gather many pages from your web site, even if these pages were never submitted. In general, the larger a search engine's index is, the more likely it will list many pages per site. See the Search Engine Sizes page for the latest index sizes at the major search engines. Crawler or Web Spider A spider web or crawler is a program that inspects the World Wide Web pages in a methodical and automated. One of the most common uses are given is to create a copy of all visited web pages for later processing by a search engine that indexes pages provide a quick search system. The bots often spider web (the most widely used of these). Web spiders begin visiting a list of URLs; it identifies the hyperlinks on those pages and added to the list of URLs to visit on a recurring basis according to certain set of rules. Normal operation is that it gives the program an initial group of addresses, the spider download these addresses, analyzes the
2. pages and look for links to new pages. Then download these new pages, examines its links, and so on. Among the most common spiders of the web are: * Create the index of a search engine. * Analyze the links of a site to find broken links. * Collect information for a certain type, pricing of products to compile a catalog. How does any spider start its travels over the Web? The usual starting points are lists of heavily used servers and very popular pages. The spider will begin with a popular site, indexing the words on its pages and following every link found within the site. In this way, the spidering system quickly begins to travel, spreading out across the most widely used portions of the Web. Google began as an academic search engine. How quickly spiders can work. They built their initial system to use multiple spiders, usually three at one time. Each spider could keep about 300 connections to Web pages open at a time. At its peak performance, using four spiders, their system could crawl over 100 pages per second, generating around 600 kilobytes of data each second. Keeping everything running quickly meant building a system to feed necessary information to the spiders. The early Google system had a server dedicated to providing URLs to the spiders. Rather than depending on an Internet service provider for the domain name server (DNS) that translates a server's name into an address, Google had its own DNS, in order to keep delays to a minimum. Basic SEO Glossary:- A/B Test . The practice of creating two documents or sites that are nearly the same for the purpose of determining which design or copy variation produces the better result. Often used in PPC marketing, occasionally used in organic SEO (q.v.). The testing of ads or landing pages against each other to increase efficiency. One of the main uses of split testing is on AdWords campaigns. One of the main uses of split testing is on AdWords campaigns. There are a number of variables on an AdWords campaign that can be subjected to split testing and can be compared on the benchmark of a number of statistics. By comparing different fields such as budgets, timings of the campaign, Ad placements etc you can incrementally develop the most efficient and effective pay Per Click (PPC) campaign. . SEO Authority Websites:- Authority A document (page) pointed to by several hubs (experts). An authority page is assumed to have a lot of content relevant to a primary topic When people talk about hubs and authorities, these are some of the most authoritative sites in the SEO industry. Search Engine Watch - considered the bible of search engine information. SEOHelpline keeps up with all angles of search. He provides an excellent free newsletter (SearchDay) and also hosts Search Engine Strategies. Search Marketing Info - this is my article and general information website. While not as powerful as
4. Informational Conversion An informational conversion occurs when a visitor finds the precise information he is seeking on a Web page. Link Building The process of acquiring links for a Web document through creation, request, reciprocation, or lease/purchase, or distribution of copy through automated services. Links point at one web site from another relevant site. Users who come across a link in one site may click and follow it to another website. A link acts like a recommendation. There are two types of links: reciprocal links and inbound links. A reciprocal link is an agreement between two webmasters to provide a hyperlink within their own websites to each other's web site. Inbound links are defined as links found elsewhere on the internet that direct users to your site only. Inbound links differ from reciprocal links, which occur when someone links to your site and your site links back to them in turn. Link Circle A group of Web sites that link to each in circular fashion, as in A links to B, B links to C, and C links to A. Link Farm Any group of Web sites where every member site in the group links to every other member site in the group. A link farm is a website set up with the sole purpose of increasing the link popularity of other sites by increasing the number of incoming links to those sites. They are typically made up of long lists of unrelated links. Some link farms are created as networks of sites that contain numerous links to one another. Nearly all search engines remove link farms from their directories when they find them. And many also penalize other sites that link to them. It is not a good idea to link to a link farm if you rely at all on organic search for pageviews Link Flow . An expression used by many people to describe PageRank. In SEO Theory, link flow is the link pathway users and search engines may use to get from one page to another We at Flow Link Systems have been serving our valuable customers worldwide requiring high- quality castings for more than 15 Years. Quality and Customer satisfaction has always been our primary virtues. We deliver high quality castings valves manufactured on a contractual basis to customers proprietary drawings and specifications Link Ninja An SEO specialist whose specific work is to obtain legitimate, editorially-given inbound links from relevant, high traffic sites. Link Spammer Noun phrase. An SEO specialist who uses unethical techniques to obtain links from other sites, usually without the knowledge or permission of site owners Search Engine Optimization . The practice of designing, modifying, and/or supplementing Web documents to rank well in search engines. Now mostly superseded by link building (q.v.) and/or link baiting (q.v.). Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a technique that employs a combination of factors to help your website achieve higher rankings in major search engines. SEO is an integral part of emerging Search Engine Marketing or Internet Marketing strategies that help promote your website so it may
5. provide you with qualified leads, more business and therefore optimum growth. Being an expert in Search Engine Optimization and other online promotion strategies, Profit by Search offers you world-class services paired with cutting edge technology. Search Listing The information provided by a search engine about a specific Web document in response to a query as part of a search result (q.v.). A typical search listing may include a page title, descriptive text (called a snippet), page name/URL, cache information, and other supplemental/incidental information. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and it simply means that your site shows up in the results when people use Google, Yahoo,Bing , or another Search engine. The higher you rank the results, the better it is for your website Search Result . The search listings (q.v.) provided by a search engine in response to a query. Search Visibility . The extent to which a Web site can be found in search engine results across all queries. A Web page has limited search visibility, whereas a Web site has full search visibility. SEO Specialist:- Search Strategist . An individual who develops and oversees the process of optimizing one or more Web sites for search. Usually a high-level position on a search team, often an SEO Manager or Director of Search. SEO Technician . An individual who performs dedicated search engine optimization services. Aka SEO Specialist. SEO Theory 1. The theoretical principles for optimizing search engine results pages from an outside (non-search management) perspective. 2. The principles, methods, and techniques employed by search engine optimization specialists for influencing the rankings of specific Web documents in search engine results. 3. The study of the components and interactions of complex information indexing systems with the people who use those systems to index content and to find content. Advanced SEO Glossary:- Barnacle Marketing The practice of creating parasitical content optimized around a specific brand or trademark. See also: Parasitical SEO. Cache Frequency-. The rate at which a search engines publicly displayed cache image of a Web document is changed. Used by some SEOs to measure the quality and value of Web documents and sites for search engine optimization (q.v.). Crawl-to-Cache-Time The amount of time that elapses from when a search engine fetches a page from a Web site until the pages contents appear in the search engines cache report for the page. Abbreviated as CCT. Index The database(s) against which queries are resolved. All of the major search engines maintain multiple indexes. Each is a separate, distinct database, either physically (kept in separate files) or virtually (logically segmented portions of a master database). The expression database is probably inappropriate for describing what the search engines maintain. When you see me refer to Main Index, think of that as the static Web page index. Other indexes may include Image Indexes, News
6. Indexes, and Blog Indexes. I have some ideas on how these various indexes are built, but I dont expect to share them on this blog. Link Trap Similar to a link bait page, a link trap is usually built by cheaters in reciprocal linking schemes where the outbound links are designed not to pass v...