Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Keywords - who needs the internet?

The expression ‘never keep you eggs in one basket’ is a good bit of metaphorical advice to follow. Search Engine wars are far from over. Make sure your business is visible in the minor league players you never know when the league tables will change. The stranglehold Google currently have over the Internet is possibly not a permanent one.

Language and keywords should be used to create content that works for all search engines. Once you understand the basic principals and have extensively researched your subject things become second nature. To write a successful blog or webpage you need to have the ability to reduce and intuitively create content.


Complicated concepts when explained in a simple way make things easier to understand. Knowledge enables understanding, a schematic plan, a diagram or a map, is a key or a link to this understanding. A site map in simple terms enables search engines to gain an easy understanding of your web site. Search engines seek information, this gives them power.


Knowledge gained through study, communication, research, instruction, factual data. To have the right, authority and ability to take some action or accomplish something, including demanding action. Ability to do or act; capability of doing or accomplishing something. The possession of control or command over others; authority; ascendancy: power over men’s minds. Knowledge derived from experience.

New innovations appear for all things Internet – just get noticed and become visible.

Create a Sitemap:

Are you having problems being seen by the major search engines? - Do you type in your name and not even appear on page three? The simple reason for this might be that they don't know you even exist. The most efficient way (we have found) to get noticed is to place a simple xml sitemap onto your site and then physically submit the page(s) to Google and the other main players.

We can create you an xml sitemap and a simple html sitemap and email them to you. Click the button below for instructions.
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