Then I wondered if it's worth researching each search engine's algorithm and creating pages specially created for each of their robots. Not to mention that some of these engines probably don't get the traffic worth aiming for.
Seems like a lot of work... (or maybe not)
Does anyone know how else a SEO can benefit from knowing each robot's names?
Here's a nice list of the Search Engine Robots from Search Engine Dictionary.
I understand what is needed for a site to rank well organically and I also know how much money PPC can cost to get high rankings in the sponsored results.
But my question is; does anyone know how to get your site to rank number well in the local business results section?
I created local business ads in Google, but that seems like it just shows your PPC ads in the Google local business directory. I see sites that I work on ranking well in the local business section in some towns, but I could never understand what steps I actually have to take to get sites to rank in the local business results at the top of the page.
What brought this question to mind is I was checking out the Google Analytics keyword performance reports and noticed I was getting traffic for "land and home san diego". How the heck did this happen???????????
Image of Google Local Business Result Ranking
As long as the site stays there, I will off-page optimize the San Diego Resources page of LLL Christian Preschool or create a local real estate content page within the site that could actually become a great resource for parents moving to San Diego looking for preschools and other San Diego city info.
I been asking around on what to do when you have a site with 12 pages competing against websites with well over 100,000 pages.
Well, I have a secret admirer that has been sending me tips on what I can do to improve the rankings. The funny thing is, this guy/girl wont give me another tip until I've completed the task he/she sent me prior.
And I know for certain my secret admirer checks out my site to make sure I completing this task.
The latest tip he sent me was to go to validator.w3.org and fix all my errors.
Just when I thought all I needed was to know some more seo secrets or search engine optimization tips to optimize my site, I realized I have a homepage with 52 errors and still haven't even completed the first major steps.
I'm still a rookie...
Go to W3's HTML Validator and make sure your website is clean and bug free!!!
This morning I decided that I was going to post a blog at least once a day. Didn't matter to me what I wrote about, just as long as I stayed consistent with my posting.
Coincidentally, I ran into Occam’s Razor by Avinash Kaushik a analytics blog. Author Avinash Kaushik writes about Blog Metric: Six Recommendations for Measuring Your Success.
His 1st recommendation; "Raw Author Contribution" talks about your blogging consistency & how to measure the worth of your efforts.
For me, time is money.
I haven't spent much time on this blog so I don't expect anything in return. I'm going to test out this blog by putting in some consistent time. Let's see what this blog is worth to me.
I'm a frim believer in keeping the competition tough and up to par and competitive so I can become better at what I(we) do.
SAN DIEGO PRESCHOOL NEGATIVE KEYWORDS
You can Google anything related to preschool in san diego and find Little Lamb Land Preschool on the first page SEO & PPC.