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					How To Better Organize Your Website




If you want your website to do well in search engine results, then you need to know how to correctly organize
it. A messy website is just going to make all of your visitors frustrated and that's not good. Here are
a few that you can do now to make your website's search engine optimization to where it needs to be.
things




Using categories can really help. If you're just putting a whole lot of information in one place, it
can be the visitor to locate what they're looking for. Find a place to put your categories, like
hard for
your
navigation bar, and search engines will be more likely to index everything better too. Being creative with
your categories may help, but it's best to keep it simple if you're trying to get visitors to stay and
visit
later.




Every page on your site needs to be optimized for that specific page's purpose. Selling things may be easier
if you just use the same template for every page, but people cannot find these things on a search engine if
you don't optimize the page for that specific product. Use descriptive tags on your pictures and place
keywords appropriately.




Visitors may visit your website and won't be coming to the front page first. This means you need to have
proper navigation on every page so that they can get back to the homepage. It would also be useful if you
placed your sitemap somewhere on every page, but people definitely need a way to the homepage from anywhere.




Thumbnails are very useful because they can make you able to fit more onto one page. You can have a smaller
version of the product that is a picture link to the real product page. Not using these can make the page
take
forever to load, and not fit on the screen properly.




Working on every page like it is its own project is recommended. You have to optimize every single one if you
want them to be found by people. This means every page needs its own keywords and links to the homepage and
sitemap.




Everything on your pages that are the most important need to be at the very top of the pages. Your homepage
needs the newest information as well, like any sales you may have or any site news. Don't make people look too
hard because they might just go to a competitor's site.




People don't want to sit there and try to figure out your navigation when it's too complicated. Just make
it
simple and if you really have a bunch of pages, split them up. Be sure that the text is clear, and your
navigation doesn't use too many fancy graphics like from Flash because people may not have that. If you must
use animated bars or something, just be sure that you provide a link to software people can use to load it
up.
If you wish to set your website up properly for search engine optimization, then you have to be organized.
Using what you have learned above should help you accomplish this. Put these tips into practice and watch the
visitors flock to your website!

				
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