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Keyword Density

Keyword density is hot-stuff for a lot of people - especially beginner SEOs. The truth is, it's not worth bleeding over coz you've got better things to optimize. Counting Sheep No, keywords aren't sheep. But when you speak of keyword density, that's what you're supposed to do. Count your keywords in regards to your whole body of ...

On Site Factors

There are several factors that make up your on site optimization. In this lesson, we'll shallowly cover up the different factors and their direct and indirect effect in your site's SEO. More than your fingers can count On site optimization has lots of factors in itself. Personally I wouldn't give too much focus and time on all ...

Layers

Search engine index databases have different layers where they segregate websites depending on the rate of change and updates that occur within the pages of the site. One, two, three, four... Google index database is designed with layers to support their process of indexing websites. In this lesson, we'll be discussing more about layers and how it ...

Retrieval

Now that we've covered up Indexing in our last lesson, we will be tackling retrieval which is the second step of a search engine's function. Getting it out Retrieval is basically when the search engine gets a query, looks over it's index database and regurgitates whatever is relevant to the search terms (or keywords). It is a ...

Indexing

To understand SEO, you have to understand the search engine. And indexing is one major function of our good friend Google. What exactly is search engine indexing? How exactly do they do it? You over here, you over there... Since this is the fourth lesson, I assume you already know that a search engine spider is a ...

Search Spider

The Search Spider is an essential part of the search engine indexing process. These spiders are responsible for reading the codes of your website. Remember, all websites are codes and those codes are read by the spiders as the search engines save it in their database. No, it's not a different Species of Arachnids... If you wanna ...