Easiest Way to tell Google What Site is About?

Go to one of your pages in a browser, and view source. That’s the
order of things that Google sees. If you have a header and paragraph
of text you want to be the very first thing they see, try changing the
stacking order of your page. If you are building a CSS-positioned
layout page, you have pretty near total control over the “source
order” without changing the layout one whit. Click on the Site pane
(so it switches to Page view) and then click on that element you want
to have right at the top of the source. It will highlight on the list
of elements in the Page pane. Drag it in the list to the top of the
page. (Pay attention to the parent/child relationships along the way.)
Whatever is at the top of that list will appear first in the BODY, and
Google and its friends will read that part first.

Walter

On May 20, 2009, at 5:04 PM, Rocky Slaughter wrote:

I have built several pages now with Freeway Pro 5. When I search
for these Sites, they come up on Google, but always have the least
relevant information displayed under the link. In fact, it is more
likely that Google will pull HTML text from the bottom of the page
more than the main HTML text or the Alt Text of the top pictures?


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Google basically emphasizes the H tags. Anything styled with H1 ranked highest with H2 H3 etc. lower in rank.


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I know a lot of people say that meta tags don’t seem to count for
much these days but the description meta tag will always be considered
the first port of call for displaying that text, the only time it
won’t is if Google deem it to be unrelated to the content on your
page. Search for Softpress and take a look at the text that appears
under the link, then look at the source for the Softpress homepage to
see the meta tag we used.

Details of how to do this in Freeway can be found here:

Hope this helps.

Joe

On 20 May 2009, at 22:15, chuckamuck wrote:

Google basically emphasizes the H tags. Anything styled with H1
ranked highest with H2 H3 etc. lower in rank.


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This is all very valuable information. Thank you all.


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