There are two types of sitemaps that you can create to help search engines crawl your website. The first is an HTML file labeled sitemap.html. This file provides the links to all the pages within your website in a simple list fashion and usually categorized. They HTML file helps search engines figure out how all the pages on your site are linked together so that it does not miss anything as it crawls your site. This is also helpful to users who may be looking for a page in a paticular category or section of your website. The sitemap.html file should be linked from the most important areas of your website (usually the home page).Details
Google purchased YouTube in Oct. of 2006 for a lofty $1.65 billion. YouTube is still seeing daily video uploads in record quantities. So how can utilizing YouTube video help your SEO?Details
Attention Dreamweaver CS4 users … Adobe has created an excellent resource to download free open source web widgets through the Adobe Exchange. These resources include jQuery apps like a calendar, scroll bar, and accordion style navigation. Other widgets like Spry framework apps and gallery tools are available as well.Details
One of the most common SEO tips that we give as part of Crown Point Design’s free SEO site consultations, is to optimize the page titles on your site.
Page Titles are located in the very top left corner of your web browser. We often find that websites are using the same page title for every page and is usually very generic such as:
<title>Crown Point Design – Home</title>
Here is an excellent video that was created in response to the buzz around Web 2.0. The video helps describe how the world wide web is changing and the ways that information are shared and viewed. This video was created by Mike Wesch, a professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. Since its release…Details
All companies are competing for the same landscape… to be on the first page of search results. Perhaps you have done everything right and your site follows all the white-hat SEO guidelines. So, why are you still buried in the mix of competitors? The answer may be as simple as patience.Details