Google’s got some great info relating to Search Engine Optimization.
I’ll be posting some SEO techniques in the near future. Here are few things to think about in the meantime:
Choosing Key Words/Topics:
Before you get going on any optimization plan you will need to decide what you are going to be optimizing for. You’ll have to do some research to find out what people are typing into the search engines when they’re looking for property. Then you will write your content and design your websites around the key words/terms/topics you deem to be the most lucrative. You will enter the appropriate keywords and descriptions in your meta-tags – but the meta-tags really aren’t all that important any more, it’s knowing what your keywords are and sticking in content that’s relevant to those key words.
When building websites you’ll want to make sure that you’re using your h1, h2, h3, p… tags appropriately. Search engines give more weight to content in an h1 tag than they do to content in a p tag. I believe the best way to optimize content for search engines is to use concise and relevant headlines with supporting paragraphs following. Also make sure to create alt tags for all your images, using concise and relevant descriptions.
For more info about html, xhtml, css, and clean & clear coding visit: http://www.w3schools.com
Pay particular attention to this page, but I suggest you run through all the html, xhtml, and css training. It’s free and it’s good.
More to come in the near future…