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Sites Not Based on Text-Based Content
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-04-27

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  • Sites Not Based on Text-Based Content
  • Content for Your Content
  • Grabbing the Search Engines
  • One Phrase, or Two?

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    No site can escape the need for text. Even with image-based or sound-based sites, youíll need captions, descriptions and other words just to help direct visitors around your site. There are other ways to add text-based content to your site, and even popular sites like Flickr arenít above including these features to make their pages more visible to search engines. Include explanations and even an About Us page to get more text-based content into your pages.

    Because, in a way, your site will be invisible without it. You donít necessarily need a lot of text-based contentÖbut you canít have a successful site without some words.

    Descriptions of what your site does and why it exists are another great way to get keyword-rich text on your pages. Be sure that the main page adequately lets visitors know where they are and what your site is about. The last thing you want is traffic to leave due to confusion, or because they simply canít find something that seems relevant to them.

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