Archive for August, 2011
XML Separates Data from HTML :
If you need to display dynamic data in your HTML document, it will take a lot of work to edit the HTML each time the data changes.
Portal Markup Language (PML), an application of the Extensible Markup Language (XML).
The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a general framework for how to describe any Internet resource such as a Web site and its content.
The general consensus on whether or not a Google Sitemap is useful is that, well, the jury is still out.
When it comes to SEO for E-commerce websites, it’s a slightly different ball game. E-commerce sites face a lot of challenges that affect their chances of ranking well in the search engines. Most E-commerce sites have thousands of pages that need to be optimized.
As we move further into the age of Information and Communications Technology, we certainly cannot expect for things to stand still long enough. Expect technology to be active, thriving, and fast-paced.
Obtaining high search engine results is a tricky endeavor. If you do not create a site that meets the criteria of the search engines, you will find yourself in a bad position on the search engine rankings.
In February 2011, Google shocked many website owners with the Google Panda Update. As a result of the update, 12% of search results have been impacted significantly.
We all know that competition is fierce in the corporate world. Nonetheless, the desire to be competitive does not give a company the right to blatantly copy the work of another company. Unfortunately, this practice is starting to occur far too often and seems to only have worsened with the increased popularity and ease of use of the Internet.
If you only focus on the graphics design of your web site and nothing else, you may have a beautiful web site that is hard to be found. If you only focus on search engine optimization and nothing else, your web site may be friendlier to the web robots at Google than it is to your web site visitors, which can hurt your conversion rate.