|Weekly SEO news: 25 March 2008|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at your website contents. Does your website look like spam to search engines?
In the news: A new Google search tool finds web publishers' concerns, and Google continues tweaking its user interface.
Table of contents:
|1. Does your website look like spam to search engines?|
Is your website nowhere to be seen in Google? It might be that Google doesn't like your website because it looks like spam.
Check the following list to find out whether your website might look like spam or not.
1. Domain name factors that can indicate a spammy website:
2. Content factors that can indicate a spammy website:
3. Link factors that can indicate a spammy website:
4. Technical factors that can indicate a spammy website:
If your website uses many of the elements mentioned above then it could be classified as spam. In that case, you should consider a redesign of your website.
Search engines will regard your website as a high quality website if it has high quality links and useful content that can easily be parsed by search engines. Avoid everything that could look like spam and make sure that your web pages contain the right keywords in the right elements in the right density.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
A new tool from Google alarms sites
|3. Articles of the week|
Where's search heading? Ask Yahoo's chief scientist
"IBP consistently outperforms the competition."
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