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Search Engine Submission Question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Neurosis, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. Neurosis

    Neurosis Registered

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    If you put Text that is made souly to boost your Keyword Density in COMMENT TAGS in your HTML code will the Search Engines still read and count that text towards your keyword density?

    in other words im trying to find a way to get around having paragraphs of Garbled text that is only to get the keyword density up to par...... cause its not that great to have a run on paragraph or 2 on your home page that customers can see that is only used for that purpose?

    If SE's don't pick up comment tags what is the best way to get around this?

    Neuro
     
  2. MsKaren

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    I think it's better to just find a way to include the keywords in your text without it seeming like you're overdoing it. Some search engines will take it as spamming them if it's lots of comment tags with keywords in them. And you don't want to be blacklisted from the Search Engines.

    Blessings,
    Karen
     
  3. kris1351

    kris1351 Well-Known Member

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    Try going to http://webmaster-talk.com

    The guys over there spend hours each day figuring out how to get the highest Engine rankings. You want to have ALT= text on every image of your site for sure, but if you include the same words over and over it will count against you. You should only have the same keyword a max of 3 times per page if I recall correctly.
     
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