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••••••>Free SEO Tip of the Day: Web 2.0 Search Engine Placements for SEO



Today's free SEO tip relates to one of

today's most popular aspects of the Internet, Web 2.0. Web two dots 0 symbolize

the arrival of interactive and communal ways of doing things in the net. From

IRC chat channels, and free forums, social networking and Twitter, web 2.0 has

changed how we view the internet with the introduction of a bigger community.

Now we have a social element in everything that we do. To take advantage of

these here are 5 free SEO tips for better search ranking with social media.

1) Consider company blogging. These blogs

can announce your product offerings, discounts, and other perks. You can incite

people to comment on your articles and spark discussion. Google loves blogs, it

produces what their search engine spiders determine as new and relative

content, content that is refreshed frequently.

2) Use Wikis. Wikis are easily edited spaces

to talk about your website or product. There are lots of Free Wikis software

available today; here are a few WetPaint, PBwiki, Wikidot. If none of the

preceding fit your needs, just Google Free Wiki for Websites.

3) Google seems to like blogs, so you can

expect to have a better search engine ranking if you have an interesting and a

regularly updated blog.

4) Interactive elements like Java, Flash and

Ajax are not

friendly to search engine spiders. Keep your codes clean to make your page

faster and improve search indexing.

5) Submit your site to relevant social news

aggregators.

Author:.

••••••> David S. Josephson is the CEO of GetMeOnTop http://www.GetMeOnTop.com, NY #1 SEO Company. Specializing in all forms of Web Marketing, Search Engineering, Pay Per Click Consulting and Management, SEO, Search Engine Optimization and Web Development. GetMeOnTop has been in business for 15 years with David being CEO. Get Me On Top has offices on Wall Street in Manhattan (...

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