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Good practices for page title tags
• Accurately describe the page's content - Choose a title that effectively communicates
the
topic of the page's content.
Avoid:
• choosing a title that has no relation to the content on the page
• using default or vague titles like "Untitled" or "New Page 1"
• Create unique title tags for each page - Each of your pages should ideally have a unique
title tag, which helps Google know how the page is distinct from the others on your site.
Avoid:
• using a single title tag across all of your site's pages or a large group of pages
• Use brief, but descriptive titles - Titles can be both short and informative. If the title is
too
long, Google will show only a portion of it in the search result.
Avoid:
• using extremely lengthy titles that are unhelpful to users
• stuffing unneeded keywords in your title tags
Make use of the "description" meta tag
A page's description meta tag gives Google and other search engines a summary of what
the page is
about. Whereas a page's title may be a few words or a phrase, a page's description meta
tag might
be a sentence or two or a short paragraph. Google Webmaster Tools provides a handy
content
analysis section that'll tell you about any description meta tags that are either too short,
long, or
duplicated too many times (the same information is also shown for tags). Like the tag,
the description meta tag is placed within the tag of your HTML document.

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Conclusions

No, no. That is up to you. It all depends on how you use your browser and what you use
it for, and what operating system(s) you use it on. Take a look at the tables (and graphs, if
your browser's scripting engine is up to the task) and work it out for yourself.

Ok, ok. Firefox and Mozilla are clearly optimised for Linux, and Opera is clearly
optimised for Windows. These optimisations are mostly obvious with the loading times,
although there is also a little difference in the cache handling on the different operating
systems. However, Opera seems to perform admirably well on most tasks, on any
platform. When it comes to page rendering (tables, CSS or images), most of the major
browsers perform very fast, with very little to distinguish between them. When it comes
to scripts, Opera clearly holds its head above the others, nearly twice as fast as the others.
The only one that comes close is Safari 2.0, but that is tied to the Tiger release of Mac OS
(the recent WebKit nightlies claim to have a 20-30% speed increase on the JavaScript
tests I use, but I recorded it taking a second longer - a much faster machine showed a
similar slowdown).

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Objective

The objective of online identity management is to:

1. Maximize the appearances of positive online references about a specific person,
targeting not only to users that actively search for that person on any Search Engine, but
also to those that eventually can reach a person's reference while browsing the web.
2. Build an online identity in case the person's web presence is minimal or nonexistent.
3. Solve online reputation problems. In this case, the process can also be named online
reputation management.

Motivation

The reason why someone would be interested in doing online identity management is
closely related to the increasing number of constituencies that use the internet as a tool to
find information about people. A survey by CareerBuilder.com found that 1 in 4 hiring
managers used search engines to screen candidates. One in 10 also checked candidates'
profiles on social networking sites such as MySpace or Facebook . According to a
December 2007 survey by the Ponemon Institute, a privacy research organization,
roughly half of U.S. hiring officials use the Internet in vetting job applications .
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As the Internet grew through the 1990s, many brick-and-mortar corporations went
'online' and established corporate websites. The keywords used to describe webpages
(many of which were corporate-oriented webpages similar to product brochures) changed
from descriptive to marketing-oriented keywords designed to drive sales by placing the
webpage high in the search results for specific search queries. The fact that these
keywords were subjectively-specified was leading to spamdexing, which drove many
search engines to adopt full-text indexing technologies in the 1990s. Search engine
designers and companies could only place so many 'marketing keywords' into the content
of a webpage before draining it of all interesting and useful information. Given that
conflict of interest with the business goal of designing user-oriented websites which were
'sticky', the customer lifetime value equation was changed to incorporate more useful
content into the website in hopes of retaining the visitor. In this sense, full-text indexing
was more objective and increased the quality of search engine results, as it was one more
step away from subjective control of search engine result placement, which in turn
furthered research of full-text indexing technologies.

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