How does search engine see your website?

Search engines collects data by spiders (aka crawlers/bots), they crawl your sites content and indexes them. The visual appearance of your site is different from what these spiders see. You should consider your site’s navigation and content that it can be indexed by these spiders to guarantee getting those pages show in search results. Read the rest of this entry »

Google Page Rank and increase site traffic

After two months from launching my blog, Google gave me Page Rank 2, sweet! I managed to have an increase in site traffic with some starter blog post and getting linked in high traffic sites, my starter posts were pretty simple and were just to get my feet wet on blogging.

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The ga_shade div tag from Google Analytics on Firefox

After some tweaking on my blog theme, I re-added the Google Analytics code, an absolute div tag generated by the GA javascript code created an overlay on top of my page, everything underneath was unclickable and this was only in Firefox.
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WordPress post supplemental on googlebots

It appears straight out WordPress installation needs to be prepped up for Google’s policy on duplicate content. I notice that I showed up in Google search results on the top pages for particular keywords but suddenly all results for the same keywords just dropped out of Google’s search results. Reason behind is because of the duplicate content in the WordPress post that is being picked up by the googlebots.

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Zend Certified

I have made a goal for myself to become Zend Certified, I’ve been prepping up studying to get ready for the test hopefully by October, 3 months to go. From starting out ages ago as graphics designer to becoming a full pledge web developer. Just having your name listed on Zend Yellow Pages would definitely be an achievement. Kudos to the guys who already made it.

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