Bringing the Google "bot" to your website
Get the guidance you need directly from Google. (works with Bing too!) Search Engine optimisation is often a "minefield" with people making lots of
promises and claims. Use Google own Search Engine Optimisation Starter Guide to cut through all the hype. Released on 8 November 2010, this 32 page
PDF free document is the complete check list you will ever need to manage your web master, outsource SEO service or "do it yourself".
Part 4 covers Bringing the Google "bot" to your website.
There are two very important issues in how you handle the Google bot as it crawls your website.
One is the Robots.txt file telling Google what to and what NOT to index on your site.
The second area is the "nofollow" attribute so your site is not sabotaged by people leaving comments.
These are advanced topics and are included only so you can direct or challenge your web developer to do a comprehensive and complete job.
Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 6 which covers Social Media, Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools,
Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 5 which covers the mobile devices and your website,
Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 3 which covers the importance of keyword phrases in content, 'anchor text' and & image 'alt tags',
Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 2 which covers "words" in your web sites URL’s, web site navigation & site maps
and Google’s SEO Starter Guide - Part 1 which covers the Title and the Description tags.
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