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Search Engine Robots Meta Keywords Tag

  1. How To Use HTML Meta Tags

    The robots meta tag lets you specify that a particular page should not be indexed by a search engine or if you do or do not want links on the page followed. Robots Meta Tag Here are the four implementations of the Robots Meta Tag and what they mean.

  2. Search Week in Review for Feb. 19, 2011

    When would someone use "noindex, follow" in a robots meta tag? Focusing only on where you rank for a small group of keywords is a bad investment for many reasons. Bing and Yahoo will allow advertisers to use trademarked terms in their PPC keywords...

  3. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1

    A search engine sends out agents (a.k.a.spiders, robots, crawlers) to surf the Internet and bring back what they find and deposit that information in the search engine's databases. The meta keywords tag is sometimes useful as a way to reinforce the...

  4. Who Audits the Auditor?

    Web Site Structure: Does the Web site have a "search engine friendly" structure (navigation -- text/image-based/Flash; URL structure -- keyword usage/dynamic; header tag usage; textual content per page; sitemap; robots.txt)?

  5. Implementing your Search Strategy for the Latino Market, Part 1

    Optimize for just your most popular domain for each individual language; exclude any duplicate content sites from being indexed by the search engines by inserting a robots.txt file with "no index, no follow" on each of them.

  6. Copyrights, Trademarks and Search Engines

    For example, if all of a site's graphic images are contained in a folder or directory called "images" or "graphics," the robots.txt file can instruct the search engine spiders to not index the files/images in that directory.