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Search Engine Optimization Ideas

November 15, 2009 by  
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search engine optimization ideas
Which of the following statements about search engine optimization techniques are correct:?

a. Making a keyword bold does not influence the way that the search engine looks at the keyword

b. Websites with deep linking are looked at favorably by search engines

c. search engine robots follow the first link they find to any particular page and they do not follow additional links to the same page

d. It is not a good idea to have the same anchor text for all inbound links as it could look automated to the search engines

Plz write a,b,c or d if you confirm.

Godek Raw,

B, D are correct.

NOTE: A is not correct because bold tag (using either or ) may help search engine when analyzing content, but to a lesser extent than other more prominent semantic markup codes like headings (

,

, etc.) or lists (
    ,
      ). Semantic markup codes are not born equal, so they don’t give words to which they apply the same importance, but they definitely will help Google and other search engines better understand crawled content to qualify it for specific search queries.

      Matt Cutts—the famous Google’s evangelist—enlightened us on this topic in one of his videos (see the link in the Source section at the bottom), as follows:

      (question starts at 0:46 till 1:53 in the video)

      “Aaah! I get to clarify something about vs. , and vs. . So there was a previous question where somebody asked whether it was better to use or . (…) A Google engineer actually took me to the code where I can see by myself that Google does treat and with exactly the same weight, he also found the code that showed me that and are treated exactly the same as well. So there you have it. Go forth and mark up like the W3C would like you to do it, do it semanticly well and don’t worry so much about the old tags because Google will score them just the same either way.”

      So by clarifying the question about vs. and vs. , Matt Cutts reveals that there are some lines of code in Google’s engine that talks specifically about ,, and ,

      Quod Erat Demonstrandum.

      —Pascal
      SEO directly from the field
      .

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