Tuesday, August 23, 2005

SourceForge.net: Project Info - Google Sitemaps Toolbox

SourceForge.net: Project Info - Google Sitemaps Toolbox: "Google Sitemaps Toolbox (GSToolbox) is a toolbox designed for webmaster to generate, manage and view Google sitemaps files. It is composed of Google Sitemaps Stylesheet (GSStylesheet) and Google Sitemaps Director (GSDirector)."

Monday, August 22, 2005

Links to Google SiteMap Tools and Generators

Thursday, August 18, 2005

TribalPages search for LAPHAM

that wsas fun looking at a new style online family tree

Inside Google Sitemaps: Using Sitemap Index Files

Inside Google Sitemaps: Using Sitemap Index Files

Inside Google Sitemaps what a badly designed blog

Completely messed up blog bacause the templates does not show past posts

"Google Employee" - Google Search is a useless handle too like "me@private.com" "Google Employee" - Google Groups

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

View a Web Page as 'Googlebot'

View a Web Page as 'Googlebot': "Viewing the result in your Web browser, client-sided rendering (for example execution of JavaScript) isn't omitted, but links/images won't show/work if their URL is relative to your root directory (relative links are evil from a SEO's POV, your content management system (CMS) should provide absolute URIs). SE crawlers do not execute JS and they won't download nor make use of plug-ins, thus check the result page's source code too. Tip: install PrefBar (Mozilla/Firefox browsers). PrefBar lets you choose the user agent name, you can switch JavaScript/Flash on and off and more."

Collect a Whole Bunch of Unique On-topic Content

Collect a Whole Bunch of Unique On-topic Content: "Succesful Web sites provide their visitors with a whole bunch of unique content. Search engines, designed to find valuable content for their users, send most of their free traffic to content rich Web sites.

You need awesome content to catch users, and you must update your Web site frequently to build recurring traffic. That is users bookmarking your site, syndicating your RSS feeds, subscribing to your newsletters, emailing your URLs to their friends and linking to you on their home pages.

Search engines will recognize your update frequency, crawl your fresh content and updated index pages daily, and will send you even more free traffic. Editors of Web directories more likely list active Web sites. Webmasters of related sites do link to well maintained sites, often without request. Users of social bookmarking services and other Web communities like message boards tend to ignore static Web sites, but they do recommend great places. "