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Thursday, June 11, 2009

SEMVideo: Tips to Make Google Reach Your Site’s Deeper Pages

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Here’s another video for you in our SEMVideo series…

This week we take a look at how you can ensure that Google reaches those deeper pages on your website.

Your site might have hundreds of pages, so you need to give Google’s spider the best chance of finding and crawling these pages.

In the video, Mr Google, Matt Cutts dishes out a couple of action items you can do to ensure Google reaches these deep pages.

Here’s Matt’s video, happy viewing!

If you don’t wish to or can’t view the video, then here is a quick wrap-up of Matt’s suggestions:

1. Link to these deeper pages directly from your route (main) page.

For example on the ineedhits main page we have a number of links to some deeper pages.

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2. Make sure as many deep pages are within only a few clicks from the route page.

3. Prioritize which pages you link from the main page. You should link your best performing pages, don’t treat all pages the same.
For example, we would link to some of our best performing product pages or the contact us page as it gets a large amount of traffic.

These tips from Matt are an easy way to get Google’s spider crawling even more of your site. If you have further suggestions you would like to let us all in on, then feel free to share them below.



Courtney Mills Courtney is an online marketing and communications specialist at ineedhits - a leading search engine marketing firm with over 16 years experience. Courtney has been living and breathing online marketing for over 5 years. She specializes in web and communication marketing, while providing news and opinion to online marketing communities.

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Discussion (1 - comment)

On the25th July this year I put a tynt tracer script on my picture site. This tracer script allow you to see how many pictures and text has been copied from the site. Since that time until now Visitors copied 12,315 words and 942 images from my site. If visitors copy more than 7 words I automatically get a link back to the page that they copied the words from.

The tracer can tell you if they send your pictures and words by email or whether they copied the words to their websites or a document.

Your brand is automatically attributed to you. I have to the Tynt Tracer is amazing.

My regards

Neville

By Neville - September 29, 2009




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