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Search marketing is the process of gaining traffic and visibility from search engines through both paid and unpaid efforts. It encompasses:

SEO: Earning traffic through unpaid or free listings

SEM: Buying traffic through paid search listings

Originally called “search engine marketing,” the shorter phrase “search marketing” is now often used as the umbrella term over SEO and SEM. The longer phrase “search engine marketing” — or SEM — is now typically used to describe paid search activities.

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Search Engine Spiders – Optimization
The reason you appear in meta search engines and not in the top search engines has to do with visibility, or a lack thereof. Your meta tags and title tags are probably doing just fine if your positioned well in the search engines that use those fields as the defining criteria.

The search engines you should care about are Google (with a 64% marketshare), Yahoo! (with 20%), and MSN (with 10%). Ask has less than a 4% share, followed by the all the rest.

The formula for ranking, simply put, is:

Quality, Traffic-Driving Content + Relevant Inbound Links = High Positioning

Quality Content includes have titles that are more appealing in the search engine results pages, increasing your CTR. It also means having engaging content (like video) to maintain a low bounce rate. It doesn’t hurt to follow the 10 steps at www.top10seotips.com to improve the way web crawlers index and categorize content either.

Relevant inbound links (IBLs) should come from popular websites on pages that relate to your product or service. A link from a farming page to a page about dating will have less value than a link from a dating article. A link from a site with little traffic will have less value than a link from a site with plenty of traffic.

Good Luck!


Search Engine Spiders – Optimization
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Submitting your Blog/Website in search engines
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99% Searches are made in top three search engines, namely, Google, Yahoo ( Altavista ) and MSN ( live ). 60% of them are made in Google alone. so you need to submit your site only in top three search engines, and most importantly in Google. Don’t use any software or website which claims to submit your site 1000s of search engines even if it is free, It may have adverse effect on your site’s Google rating ( called Pagerank).

There are three ways to submit your URL to search engine –

1. Submitting your URL manually in each search engine ( I will recommend you submit in top 3 at least, links are given in resources )

2. List your blogs or websites in relevant directories in most relevant category. Directories are good source of traffic as well as they increase the visibility of your website for top search engines. Just submit your site to free online directories and classifieds manually. ( some are given below in resources and search in Google for more )

3. Use Social bookmarking websites to spread your articles. periodically write useful and fresh articles and make them popular in interested people. it will improve all brand, traffic, customers and search engine positions. ( See resources list ).


Search Engine Spiders – Optimization
Search marketing is the process of gaining traffic and visibility from search engines through both paid and unpaid efforts. It encompasses:

SEO: Earning traffic through unpaid or free listings

SEM: Buying traffic through paid search listings

Originally called “search engine marketing,” the shorter phrase “search marketing” is now often used as the umbrella term over SEO and SEM. The longer phrase “search engine marketing” — or SEM — is now typically used to describe paid search activities.


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