Imagine creating your website without the search engines in mind.
But you already do, right?
It is the name of the pages keyword rich and the scripts for the search engines recognize that this is the page, right?
You do not write articles on topics that the search engines will reward your site, placing in the top of search results pages, right?
And I know you do not choose keywords based on what sources such as WordTracker and KeyWordDiscovery say, right?
See a pattern here?
There is too much focus on creating a site that is built to be “search engine” that is sometimes forgotten that while search engines can bring traffic, remains a human being who is reading and consumption living content on your site.
While this may seem obvious to a web designer or marketing, not everyone has that level of focus to make changes to web sites. Instead of trying to create original and unique content, the more you think about the impact that the content may have on search engines.
delivering content via RSS feeds, podcasts, PDF files, articles, blogs and video are all designed and created with the strategic placement into account – Get your podcast on iTunes, make sure you have your video on YouTube, and ensure that Technorati knows about your blog.
Any time is the human reader to decide if your website is worth visiting, markers, label or return again to see what’s new.
If you meet the simple need to educate or entertain the reader, which will reflect their effort either by linking to your site, or better yet, telling their friends about your site. Despite that occurs on the web, social networking remains a key to your website to succeed.
Therefore, always build your site with the reader in mind, because you can get rich – a machine can not.