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There are two reasons you may not be able to find your website in search engines: Maybe you were not looking in the right way. Make sure your search is as specific as possible. If your website is for First Baptist Church, Springfield, Illinios, search ...
Just as important as having a great website is publicizing the site. After all, what's the point of having a website if no one sees it? We've provided some important information about search engines and some tips on how to best publicize your site.
There are two types of search engines: those that accept keywords and descriptions based on a form you complete upon submission (like Yahoo! and all Christian sites out there today) and those that acquire keywords and descriptions directly from your we...
The title of a web page is shown on the left top edge of your browser window and is the most important bit of information on your page. By default, we make this your organization name. But you can improve search engine response by adding a few keywords...
The description is used by search engines to describe the content of your site. Include about 25 words (200 characters maximum) in your description. This is distinct from the text that you have on your homepage, although it should sound similar. It's g...
Keywords should correspond to the search terms people use to find your site. Your keywords can be a lot longer than your description. You can use about 150 words (1000 characters maximum) separated by commas. Place the most important keywords first and...
It takes time, often weeks or months, for search engines to "spider" your site. Be persistent. You may visit the free submission sites shown on the "Register with search engines" link in your Webmaster page. However, for best results, visit the various...
We can help you rise in the search engine rankings — guaranteed. Please visit http://marketing.ourchurch.com for details.