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What to do to ensure Google Crawls your site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by turbopugsleylx, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. turbopugsleylx

    turbopugsleylx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey guys if I have a single page website (and corresponding one page of html code) what do I need to put in this code to ensure when the bots land on my site they actually crawl it?

    Any help would be appreciated...
     
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  2. lafours

    lafours Power Member

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    Well, if it's just one page they won't have much to crawl. just make your yout meta tags and descriptions are in place and it'll pick you up.
     
  3. turbopugsleylx

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    How many keywords would u guys put in your meta keywords? Would 10 or 11 be too many?
     
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    Just build links. Some times bots crawl better and index if has more links

    Sorry if wrong, from my experience
     
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    It does not matter, well that's just my opinion. I have sites that have no meta keyword tags and do better then the ones that do. I don't think google even uses the meta keywords anymore.

    I would focus on putting your keywords in you descriptions, tittle tag, and h1, h2 tags.
     
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    - mutlipage sites will likely be more attractive for the search bots.
    - sites with some links pointing at it from other sites will get crawled
    - multi-page sites with a sitemap.xml file that is submitted via Google Webmasstertols and Verified, WILL get crawled. (rebuild the .xml site map if your site grows regularly in size)
    - an aged domain, a site that grows in size/pages and whose in-bound links grow would tend to make the bots come back
    - unique content can help.
    - keyword tags are pretty much useless for G. However they can help kepp you "on focus" as you add content. 6-10 per page max otherwise your subject/content will not be relevant. One page cannot be relevant for everything/everykeyword.
    - keyword in domain, page name (for multi-page sites), page Tiltle tag, Description tag, and page content, H1, H2 tags, in anchor text/link text, image alt tags all help to set up a pattern of keyword relevancy.



    Getting crawled is not as hard as getting indexed and ranking high for specific search terms...

    Just my .02
     
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    What do the H1 and H2 tags do...I have heard them thrown around...but what do they do..whats their function?
     
  8. eg33k

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    Using a H1 or H2 html tag makes a "headline" or paragraph separator.

    If you know css, you can change the nasty big size and color appearance of a H1 or H2 tag though to make it more pleasing for readers.

    It kind of says to a search engine bot "something important is going to follow this headline". Of course you want some of your kwds in the headline and the text that follows.

    As far as I know H1/H2 seo is still whitehat.

    Best wishes,
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