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engines use a combination of meta-tags and content to index web sites. The text
content is obvious, but the metatags are not visible through a web
browser like Internet Explorer. Note that text on images cannot be
indexed, neither can most text generated by Flash and Shockwave software.
For a web site to be correctly and prominently indexed, the title, keywords and description should all be defined and be distinct for each page of the web site. Meta tags should also be carefully chosen to give a true reflection of content of the web page, and they should also include the keywords that users could use to find the website.
Many websites have no meta-tags or
poorly defined meta tags, and this results in poor indexing on search
engines or the site being rejected for listing. A health check by
WebLocate.biz will reveal any major problems with a web site.
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