Website Positioning and Search Engine Ranking. Tutorial 1: Website Submission - Make sure you...
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Make sure you submit your link to sites which are keyword rich and targeted to your website. You should also try and get your link included on a website which has a Google Page Rank of 4/10 or above. Before submitting a link, be sure to look at the source code on the website's page you are submitting to. If the website has their Robots text off, or with a No Crawl instruction, do not waste your time in submitting to them as your website link will not be crawled by search engine robots. You might also want to consider offering reciprocal links on your website which will help you and your linkers build page rank and website positioning in search engine ranking.
To conclude, website submission is vital for your websites success in search engines. You can not rely on your website being listed if you do not submit your website. By implementing the suggestions listed in this tutorial, you should see a good increase in your website positioning in search engine ranking. Remember, it takes time and work to achieve high search engine ranking in some of the top websites, so be patient.
Our next tutorial will focus on Search Engine Optimization.
About The Author
Victoria Powell heads the Search Engine Optimization team at http://www.websitepositioningservices.com and is involved heavily with seo training. She has many years of seo experience, working with some of the largest and most established web development firms. She offers seo training and online support for companies wishing to utilize her skills.
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