Yes. That should work.
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Yes. That should work.
H1 seems to be somewhat devalued of late, probably because it has been abused:
New study: which web page elements lead to high Google rankings?
22 May 2007
I highly doubt your premise, activeco. If you have any evidence at all to support your claim, I'd be surprised. Post it if you have it.
I agree with Webnauts - you should be fine at that rate, unless you are buying links from identified PR merchants or arranging links from pages that have nothing to do with the content of your...
I never heard that from someone, but I have noticed that on my sites and on my clients sites.[/quote]
Yes, although it's a bit more complicated than that - you don't need all of your pages to have...
I wasn't able to find anything on that exact statement - the closest I came was Using HTTP Headers with htaccess
However, the research I did makes me think that the key is to do a view source on...
Is "Header set Robots" a valid declaration for .htaccess? I haven't heard of that one.
Excellent post - is this article published anywhere?
What I'd add to that last line, though, is "it has become extremely critical to INCLUSION in Google's primary index. That said, being in the...
Exactly. But that's as it should be. If you have a shopping site with a range of, say, cell phones and accessories, or a clothing site with a range of products for males and females of varying ages...
I wasn't aware he was asking about the SEO value:
1. I was responding in part to the highlighted portion above.
2. Since what spiders do by default is "index" the page and "follow" outgoing...
Matt Cutts: Supplemental vs. Duplicate Content
Infrastructure status, January 2007
January 10, 2007
Internal navigation links will help somewhat, but remember they are diluted from the home page PR by however many pages are linked on your site.
Not in my world. When I want to call someone a liar, I just say "You're a liar". And I didn't do that.
I think there are a few possibilities:
1. you read something some time ago and...
Yes. That would do it.
I didn't call you a liar. Not anywhere.
I do think you are mistaken and/or misinformed.
You offered an opinion in the thread but failed to back it up with anything except "I saw it some where...
Yes, and I've repeated that several times:
"dynamic URLs with a large number of parameters may be problematic for search engine crawlers"
So it's clear that it is NOT dynamic URLs per se that...
Google already knows, as noted in my post above:
Google Webmaster Guidleines: Dynamic Pages
Google Webmaster Central: Update to our webmaster guidelines
And in response I'll say this again: As an unqualified statement, the claim that "dynamic URL's are not a good idea because they can be problematic" is meaningless and just plain wrong.
I don't see Google or anyone else claiming that they have identified and nullified ALL pai links yet. I do think that PR buying is an increasingly risky strategy for the buyer but, if you have a...
What trusted directories? Yahoo? DMOZ?
There are a lot if misunderstandings about "authority sites" and how to identify them. A lot of people seem to get very excited about seeing what Google...
The key there is the highlighted part above - "not every search engine". The major players - Google, Yahoo, and MSN Search - don't have any difficulty as long as there are not too many parameters and...
Actually, Google has been doing that for a while. Shoemoney, who owns a LOT of sites, was able to confirm with Google a year or two ago that he had been hit for excessive crosslinking among his sites.
Can you show me where? I've just scanned the whole page and I don't see that.
Never mind. I realized you meant the oroginal article, not the Google Mini page:
Submitting to the Aviva directory probably isn't the problem.
What else have you been doing to promote your site, though? Buying links, for example?
Care to post the URL so we can have a look...