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How to Make Your Website Search Engine Friendly

How to Make Your Website Search Engine Friendly

By Paul Guzman
Published 08/8/2009
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Much has been said about making your website or blog search engine friendly. Many talk about algorithms, meta tags, keyword density and getting your site listed on the first page for your chosen keywords and of course good original content.

And hopefully your website will get top rankings. Of course this is what we all want. Search optimization works very well but until recently I’ve been reading about something that will totally blow away SEO. Many of you already know what it is but I will give you a layman’s term on how and what all the hoopla is about.

LSI or Latent Semantic Indexing has changed the internet world of search engine optimization. Today, SEO specialists or webmasters have found that most of their best ranking websites on Google were in trouble. Google has now updated its crawler bots to contain LSI and has moved in a more relevant rating list. This makes it much more appealing to the general search engine public.

Unless you are a complete newbie you know that SEO is what most website developers stress. You will need the usual meta tags, keyword density (not that important anymore), heading tags and adding your keywords throughout your website.

It is called LSI or latent semantic indexing. If you google LSI or latent semantic indexing you will get a slew of websites, forums and blogs that try to describe what this new way of pleasing the search engines is all about. Most of these
websites do a poor job of trying to explain what it means or what it will do to your online marketing efforts.
This is what it all boils down to. If a person searches for say “car prices” you know the documents you have found is about the pricing of cars.

Humans can understand this but search engines will have a harder time trying to figure out if you are looking for “cheap car prices” or “pricing cars in Germany” or even “expensive car prices”. But with semantic indexing or analysis it can now figure out that you are now looking for “cheap car prices” if the website or document you are reading is indeed about the pricing of “cheap car prices”.

If you are looking to get top search engine rankings I highly recommend you start writing or developing your website or blog using keywords that are relevant to the search engines. For instance if your websites is about racing cars you need to stop using high keyword density or using “racing cars” on every other sentence. Instead concentrate on good content and use other words that pertain to racing cars. For instance: automobiles, speed, fast, driving fast and other keywords the search engines will think are relevant to “racing cars”.

This is pretty simple and basic and is the wave of the future. What really matters is that you should now worry less about algorithms, keyword density and start developing, writing and blogging with your own natural ability. The search engines are now looking for that natural flow of writing and this is the way it should have been all along.

Paul Guzman

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