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SEO TECHNIQUES - Part 1

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO) TECHNIQUES

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You can find millions of Web site on the internet and its number is fast growing.In such a scenario We need to think about the possibilities of some pretty good strategies that make your site viewable to the Web world.
Here we can have some chit chats on this.



So Guys..Lets start with Search Engines.




What is a Web Search Engine

A Web search engine is a search engine designed to search for information on the World Wide Web. Information may consist of web pages, images and other types of files.


Commonly used search engines are Yahoo,Google,Msn,Altavista....






How Web Search Engines Work

A search engine operates, in the following order
Web crawlingIndexingSearching

Web search engines work by storing information about many web pages, which they retrieve from the WWW itself. These pages are retrieved by a Web crawler (sometimes also known as a spider) an automated Web browser which follows every li…

SEO TECHNIQUES - Part 2

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO) TECHNIQUES

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SEO Techniques

Well what you need to do is to try and get your web site listed as high as
possible in the results and there are a number of things you can do to help.
As 95% people using search engines only look at the top 20 search results,
it is important to get your web site as high as possible.


SEO factors to be considered:
Page TitleMeta tagsPage ContentHyper LinksImagesLinks to the Site- URL ExchangeSite Using Frames

Page Title
Make sure each page on your web site has a title in the head
of the document.Many search engines use the title of the web
page as the link to your site,so it is important that your
title be as relevant and descriptive as possible.

Example : <title> Home page of Jesus youth India </title>

Meta tags
Meta tags are one of the most important parts of a web page when it is indexed by a search engine.The description meta tag is very often used by a search engine to dis…

SEO TECHNIQUES - Part 3

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO) TECHNIQUES

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Meta Tag Example:

<head>

<title>Jesus Youth India Home page</title>

<meta name="description" content="Home page of
Jesus youth India official website,JY - is Spiritual
youth movement dedicated to Christ." />

<meta name="keywords" content="Jesus,youth,JY,Indian
JY,Emmavoos,Jesus Youth,Spiriual,Movement" />

<meta name="rating" content="general" />

<meta name="copyright" content="2001,JY Admin" />

<meta name="revisit-after" content="31 Days" />

<meta name="expires" content="never">

<meta name="distribution" content="global" />

<meta name="robots" content="index" />

</head>





Page Content
A number of search engines will index the first few lines of
your web…

SEO TECHNIQUES - Part 4

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO) TECHNIQUES

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Handling Dynamic URLs


One of the major reasons for using a server-side

language such as PHP is for the ability to generate

dynamic content. Often this will lead to single scripts


that produce their content based on the input

parameters (that is, the variables in the URL).






SEO friendly URLs

The SEO friendly URLs are highly encouraged for using in
Dynamic Sites Navigation.

Some facts which helps in pretty good indexing of pages are:


No of PagesAccess Frequency of PagesMeaningful(SEO Friendly) URLs for accessing a pageLink Exchange


So Lets think about the appearence of a non SEO friendly URL


it may look like

http://culblog.com/index.php?sec=2&id=5

Based on the supplied URL parameters 'sec' and 'id' the respective item is fetched and shown in the browser.Here the index page is manupulated for the variant display of items.


Search engines are less efficient in indexing Dynamic…

SEO TECHNIQUES - Part 5

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO) TECHNIQUES

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Link Exchange or Web Ring

A webring in general is a collection of websites from around the Internet


joined together in a circular structure. When used to improve search engine rankings,

webrings can be considered a search engine optimization technique.

To be a part of the webring, each site has a common navigation bar; it contains

links to the previous and next site. By clicking next (or previous) repeatedly,

the surfer will eventually reach the site they started at; this is the origin of the

term webring. However, the click-through route around the ring is usually

supplemented by a central site with links to all member-sites; this prevents the

ring from breaking completely if a member site goes offline.


A link exchange (also known as a banner exchange) is a confederation of
websites that operates similarly to a web ring.Webmasters register their web


sites with a central organization, …

AddDate - php function to add days months or years to a date

addDate() : PHP FUNCTION TO ADD DAYS MONTHS OR YEARS TO A DATE AND RETURNS FUTURE DATE.

This function accepts the date in d/m/Y format
It can add days ,months and years to the supplied date
It will return future date in user supplied format.
It generates the time stamp of future date and formats it and returns.
If the supplied date is not in d/m/Y format then function will return nothing.

function addDate($inputDate,$days2Add=0,$months2Add=0,
$years2Add=0,$outputDateFormat="Y-m-d")
{
//assuming supplied date in d/m/Y change it to m/d/Y
$futuredate="";
$arrDate=@explode("/",$inputDate);
$reformedDate=$arrDate[1]."/".$arrDate[0]."/".$arrDate[2];
if( checkdate($arrDate[1],$arrDate[0],$arrDate[2]) ){
//if date is valid then return future date else return null
$id = strtotime($reformedDate);
//preserve time
$futuredate= date($outputDateFormat, mktime(date('h',$id), date('i',$id), date('s',$id), date('m',$id)+$months2Add…

Date functions

addDate() : PHP FUNCTION TO ADD DATE

This function accepts the date in d/m/Y format
It can add days ,months and years to the supplied date
It will return future date in user supplied format.
It generates the time stamp of future date and formats it and returns.
If the supplied date is not in d/m/Y format then function will return nothing.

function addDate($inputDate,$days2Add=0,$months2Add=0,
$years2Add=0,$outputDateFormat="Y-m-d")
{
//assuming supplied date in d/m/Y change it to m/d/Y
$futuredate="";
$arrDate=@explode("/",$inputDate);
$reformedDate=$arrDate[1]."/".$arrDate[0]."/".$arrDate[2];
if( checkdate($arrDate[1],$arrDate[0],$arrDate[2]) ){
//if date is valid then return future date else return null
$id = strtotime($reformedDate);
//preserve time
$futuredate= date($outputDateFormat, mktime(date('h',$id), date('i',$id), date('s',$id), date('m',$id)+$months2Add, date('d',$id)+$days2Add, date('Y',$id)+…

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MagPie RSS Parser

Magpie RSS parser is the one of the best RSS parsing PHP class available.
MagpieRSS provides an XML-based (expat) RSS parser in PHP.
MagpieRSS is compatible with RSS 0.9 through RSS 1.0. Also parses RSS 1.0's modules, RSS 2.0, and Atom. (with a few exceptions)

Its Easy to use, it Parses RSS 0.9 - RSS 1.0, it has Integrated Object Cache ,It supports HTTP Conditional GETs, itsConfigurable and Modular.

For Script, examples and download click on sourceforge.net
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Google Domain Search result integration

Search a site and receive results from google

This class can be used to search a site and retrieve results from Google.

It can send HTTP requests to Google search site to perform searches for given keywords restricted to a given site domain.

The class retrieves the result pages, extract the results and display them with configurable presentation styles.

Easy to use and integrate in your website.

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