Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by Anu priya, Aug 22, 2007.
What is seo point of view?
Can you be more specific? What type of site are you optmizing?
seo is search engine optimizing, if you search one keywords, search engine shows all of related sites, all webmaster trying to place their web site in top 10 , so for they are using keyword optimizing, example seo are google, yahoo, msn like the
um sorry.. could u explain it more... search engine optimizing... is it like the keyword that some guys add to their sites for a better PR?
yeah, seo has a lot to do with the keywords you add to your site. you want a high keyword density (around 7%) in order for the search engines to pick you up and consider your site legitimate.
very short question.. its Search engine optimization. To increase traffic on your website.
Shouldn't an "internet marketing agency" know the answer to this already?
A key factor to improving your web site's page rank/searchability is to find keywords that are not oversaturated but still target your industry.
I have found that keyword density is very important but more specifically WHERE you add your keywords. Page content is going to be the obvious one, also consider the ALT tags on any of your images, never leave them blank if that image pertains to what your selling/advertising. Also using them in your TITLE tags and URLs is very powerful. Keep in mind that achieving a top rank in a large market is very tough. Hence, why there are PPC campaigns and search engine marketing agencies!
I don't want to discourage you though, it's a battle I have been tackling for the last year or so with my company's Web site.
Good luck, if you have any questions just ask I will share what I know.
Google is your friend. Use it when you have questions like this, and it will give you the answers you seek.
SEO is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" search results for targeted keywords.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a process of fine tuning your website to get higher rankings on Internet Search Engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN.
It is also called as natural results because we do not have to pay to search engine to get listed in Search Engine database.
SEO is also never ending process.
Basically in SEO we need to increase traffic of website to get online business and better search engine placement.
Last time, SEO is becoming a separate IT specialization. People learn, how these "black box" things, search engines, work and promote websites using different techniques.
Since this is in Graphics Design forum, I would say SEO for image search is all about the 5 attributes of the IMG tag: src, alt, title, width and height.
Make sure the image source is correct (not broken ), meaningful alt and title, specify width and height for advance image search.
This would be a great way to do things if the width and height values were simply to signify the dimensions of the image and not to regulate them. Doesn't Google check the dimensions of the full image regardless of what size they appear to be? Or am I totally lost here? I'm not too big on graphics..
For width and height, I have read an article about the needed of them a few years back when image search just came out. I guess I just keep using them from then on. Also I used them because it actually helps browser rendering. But at the end of the day, the W3C specification says they are optional parameters ...
But on the side, image searches does help a lot in SEO, especially you are in an ndustry where visualization is important. But that's industry-specific.
Agreed! I do some SEO work myself and it truly is grueling!
I agree with you that SEO is to increase traffic for website but i think PPC is good for guaranty traffic.
Your question is not clear to me anyhow Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results. Typically, the earlier a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, and industry-specific vertical search engines.
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