Search Engine Submissions
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Hen House Designs will help increase site traffic to your Web site by submitting your web site details to +1000 major search engines, directories and free-for-all links including all the major search engines such as Yahoo, Excite, AltaVista, Lycos, WebCrawler, InfoSeek, AOL Netfind, Northern Light and Open Directory(dmoz.org) etc. It will make your Web site promotion tasks easier than ever before. You can sit back and relax and let us do the work.
Every search engine has different criteria for listing websites and they do not always guarantee position or that you will even be listed at all. Taking advantage of multiple submissions usually increases your odds of being listed in the maximum number of engines and directories.
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Choose a right 'Title'
First of all, make sure each page of your site has a descriptive title. Because search engines usually give the most weight to the page's title, you should place a descriptive phrase between the <title> tags. For best results, however, keep it in 200 characters and to-the-point. Also, since search engines return the title as the search results, your HTML title should be both descriptive and attractive.
'Meta Tags' are keywords encoded into the HTML code of your website. You can control how search engines catalog your site with <META> tags. Not all search engines make use of these tags, but using them will definitely improve your position in those that do. All <META> tags should be placed within the <HEAD>...</HEAD> portion of the document. Remember without these, you are invisible to some search engines. Meta Tags are critical for your success in search engine ranking.
The keywords can include up to 1000 characters of text. Be sure that the keywords you choose are relevant to the contents of your page. Note that the keywords are used in the indexing process but will not display on your Web page or on a search response page. Try to incorporate singular and plural cases of words, as well as active and passive verbs. Also make sure your keyword list includes both general and specific words related to your site. You rarely want to target a single keyword, because, with the billions of words indexed on the Web now, one word simply won't cut it. Always use phrases, not plain words, in your list.
The <META> description tag
The <META> description tag lets you specify a short summary about your web site. This tag should clearly describe what one can find at your Web site.
Some search engines limit the description to 200 characters. To be on the safe side, make sure your description does not exceed 200 bytes (characters). If you do not use <META> tags to describe your site, the Web page description will be derived from the first 200 characters in the HTML
If your site mainly consists of images, you should use the ALT attribute to
describe each image. Most search engines index the ALT attribute in the <IMG> tag.