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Webdesign Tips how to improve website and blog traffic for free /Dan-Marius.ro – my slice of internet / Oradea, Bihor, Romania
Write unique content as often as you can
Search engines (especially Google) love unique content and have the tendency to ignore and even ban (in extreme cases) websites that only copy and paste content from other. Writing often will only make people return on your site, especially if you are writing well and you post good images or videos.
Target your posts to dedicated keywords
When the crawlers and spides are indexing your articles they are looking for words they are repeating, for the keys that can represent the real subject of the post. It’s important not to repeat the selected keywords very often because they will be ignored and the post (or even the website of the method is repeated in too many posts) will be penalized. Keep these keywords as tags for your post (I’ll treat them later in this article).
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I often noticed that a lot of web pages (especially the Romanian ones, the area we have the most activity) have a poor content or almont none content. Their search engine optimization on site and off site may be good or even excelent, but the lack of content is a step backward, especially when search engines like Google put accent on the uniqueness of the content.
It’s not a new practice to improve your page with unique content, but a lot of people still don’t know about that: they consider that creating a web page is enough, and with little maintenance and updating information on it they will be the first on Google, Yahoo and Bing in the results list. That’s wrong, and the maintenance/updating the site and it’s content must be continuous in order to be and to remain on the first page of the results list.
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Am observat deseori că multe pagini web (în special cele românești, zona în care ne derulăm cea mai mare parte a activității) au foarte puțin conținut sau chiar aproape deloc. Optimizarea pentru motoarele de căutare de pe pagină și în afara acesteia pot fi bune sau chiar excelente, dar lipsa de conținut este un pas înapoi, mai ales cînd motoarele de căutare ca Google pun accent pe unicitatea conținutului.
Nu este o practică nouă de a vă îmbunătăți pagina cu conținut unic, dar o mulțime de oameni nu știu încă despre acest lucru: ei consideră că a crea o pagină web este suficient, iar cu puțină întreținere și actualizare a informațiilor de ea vor fi primii pe Google, Yahoo și Bing în lista de rezultate. Asta este greșit, iar întreținerea și actualizarea site-ului și a conținutului lui trebuie să fie continue pentru a fi și, mai ales, pentru a rămîne pe prima pagină în lista de rezultate.
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Tehnologiile și limbajele de programare folosite:
Pagina este optimizată pentru motoarele de căutare, iar utilizatorul are opţiunea de a-şi completa singur şi dinamic metatag-urile. A fost realizată de către Supravirtual SRL.
Informaţii generale despre Bunul samaritean – Good Samaritean
Fundaţia Aliabis a demarat în anul 2008 un proiect de construcţie, la intrarea în localitatea Livada de Bihor, aproape de Oradea, a unui cămin pentru vîrstnici. Adăpostul social a fost inaugurat în luna ianuarie a acestui an şi poartă numele de “Good Samaritan”. Noul cămin poate găzdui până la 45 de persoane.
Au o experienţă de 25 de ani în îngrijirea bătrînilor în Statele Unite ale Americii, au experienţă în diagnosticarea diferitelor dizabilităţi fizice şi mentale specifice vîrstei. Sînt specializaţi în îngrijirea persoanelor cu Alzheimer, demenţă şi îngrijire de Hospice şi oferă 24 ore pe zi, 7 zile pe săptămînă asistenţă şi supraveghere
Alte beneficii oferite
Ei pun la dispoziţie mai mult de 1 hectar spaţiu verde unde puteţi găsi linişte, aer curat, odihnă, loc pentru plimbare şi relaxare, centrul de îngrijire este dotat cu cameră de exerciţii pentru ca locatarii să-şi petreacă timpul eficient pentru cine doreşte activităţi de interior. Oferă activităţi şi program creştin o dată sau de două ori pe săptămînă, iar grădina este oricînd la dispoziţie pentru oricine doreşte o activitate în aer liber. Acceptă persoane de orice vîrstă fără discriminare, dar locurile sînt destul de limitate.
Poate vi se pare ciudat sau interesant ce am vă spun acum, dar multe dintre paginile de prezentare ale firmelor (cel puţin cele româneşti) sînt foarte sărace în conţinut. Au o listă cu produse şi servicii, ceva formular de contact şi informaţii despre companie şi cam atît. O spun din proprie experienţă (cîteva dintre paginile web pe care le-am făcut şi pe care le-am accesat de-a lungul timpului nu s-au schimbat prea mult în ultimele luni sau ultimii ani – s-au schimbat unele informaţii şi produse/servicii dar din punctul de vedere al motoarelor de căutare sînt pe nicăieri) , dar şi din ceea ce am observat pe alte pagini. Din ce-am putut observa, pe la noi cele mai consistente pagini sînt cele de ştiri, “blogurile” şi paginile de anunţuri gratuite/directoarele web.
Mă gîndesc că v-aţi dat seama principalul motiv pentru care este important ca paginile web să aibă un conţinut cît mai consistent: ca să fie găsite mai uşor de motoarele de căutare. Scriind despre subiecte care au puncte comune cu produsele şi serviciile oferite se generează mai mult trafic, iar pagina devine mult mai cunoscută decît fără acel conţinut. Chiar dacă vizitatorii vor ajunge mai degrabă pe conţinutul auxiliar (şi nu pe produse şi servicii) există şanse considerabile să revină pe pagină dacă găsesc ceva interesant şi demn de urmărit mai departe şi să apeleze şi la domeniul de activitate al firmei respective.
Din proprie experienţă vă pot spune că acum cîteva luni am făcut o pagină pentru o companie care comercializează produse cosmetice pentru femei. Nu prea am habat de acest subiect, aşa că le-am spus fetelor care se ocupau de vînzarea produselor în magazin că ar fi interesant să citesc de ce se foloseteşte un produs în detrimentul altuia sau care sînt metodele cele mai eficiente pentru folosirea cosmeticelor. Personal nu mi-ar fi de nici un folos imediat, dar nu se ştie niciodată cînd aş avea nevoie de informaţii în domeniu. Oare se merită de zisă că nici după 6 luni fetele de la firma de cosmetice nu au făcut absolut nimic în sensul sporirii conţinutului paginii? Chiar şi acum pagina conţine doar o listă cu produsele şi cîte o descriere foarte succintă a lor.
Ne tot lăudăm că trăim în era informaţiei, dar încă ne lipseşte acea educaţie de a folosi cu eficienţă informaţiile pe care le avem la dispoziţie.
The debate about open source software versus licensed software is so old that I don’t think I can bring something new and relevant to that. It has been said almost anything that could be said and both side has it’s “fanatics” that are sure that their way is the best way to do.
The open source software is a computer software that is available in compiled form (when necessary) and in source code form, some copyrights reserved for the creators of the code are provided under a software licence that permits users to study, change, improve and sometimes to distribute the software. Some open source licence are gathered under the Open Source Definition and others are available within the public domain.
All the rights to a software code is reserved to their creators, that rights are changed when the owner gives them up (open source code) or sell the code (based on a legal contract to create custom software or just to buy an already existing piece of software). A licence is a legal instrument governing the usage or redistribution of the software, a typical licence grants an end-user permission to use one or more copies of the software in ways where such a use would otherwise constitute copyright infringements.
As a software engineer, a webdesigner and an end-user I had to deal with open source and licensed software as well. Usually I rely a lot on the open source software (Linux distributions, Open Office and others, including several tools to get work done), but there are moments when I pay gladly for the licences (I still need a copy of Windows to test stuff, there also are a lot of software that deserve their money several times over).
From my personal point of view, the best part of these two distinct ways to deal with the software code is that you can start a project from scratch (and get your money when delivering to the customer), but also you always can get the open sources and start customizing them to fit the requirements (it’s faster, but you are selling a service, not the code itselft and there are not so many financial benefits from that in a single project). Either way, the client gets what she/he wants and everybody is happy (or they try to be). That’s why I say that the licence software as we know it is slowly dying, nobody will be interested to buy something that does not have attached a period of support and maintenance or even improvements (as a clause in the development contract). This might stop the opposition to the open source software as they (the open source and the licence software) will emerge into services, not just some delivered code.
Do you want a web page or a web application? Excelent. Do you have a webdesigner or a web company to create your application? Good. Use them. What about the promotions of your product on the internet after delivery? Usually, the page is realease and that’s all, the webdesigner’s job is done and it is your bussiness to get somebody to promote your page or application and to get it well-known.
It’s the year 2011 Christian era and I started creating pages (professionaly speaking) about 7 years ago. I’ve picked up some stuff about search engine optimization in the last several years, but only lately, since the beginning of the last year, I have started to give it the necessary attention. Several weeks ago I had to make some minor improvements in one older page and I was a little ashamed… it was very poorly optimized for the search engines.
We are offering these services, but I am not going to convince you in any way to come to us… all I want is to give you some piece of advice: the web designing and the seo always work great together. The best pages are the ones that promote theirselves, in the matter of their content, how they looks (the design) and, the most important, their structure. The content and the design will make the people talk about the web page or the web application, but it will not bring it in the first 10 results of the search engines.
There still are companies and webdesigners that offer web development services and seo services, I know at least a few of them. It’s a good way to make some extra money from some clients that have no idea about what is a web page and how the search engines works: to create a web page with a minimum optimization on site and to offer that optimization as an auxiliary service. This works more often than you might think, but the client will always lose something: time, money or both.
So, when you decide to get a web site or a web application put the condition when picking up somebody to work on it: that the product must contain the basics or extended optimization for the search engines on site (integrated in the application).
Some of my seo works I did in the last months have proven every time that one’s presence on the internet does not start with his/her web page, the optimization of the site and all the content inside it. It starts with the name of one’s domain and it’s intended purpose. This article is about some tips about the importance of registering a domain and choosing the best name for it.
Register the domain as soon as possible.
Even if you don’t have the money and/or the time to get a web page you must register the domain as soon as possible. Now, if you can, or somebody else may register of himself/herself. You don’t need to have some hotshots specialist in marketing or web designing along to tell you what to do… just choose the best name and register. You don’t want to get the-domain-name-nobody-wants.com or some leftovers that may be what you want or not. Reserving the domain is the fastest part to create a business or a trademark over the internet.
Keep the name short
Some domain names can reach 67 characters but usually it’s difficult to memorize them and not all have enough patience to write all of them into their browser. So, keep the domain name as short as possible and have in mind that the people have to make a strong connection between the domain name and what it represents (what you want to sell or to promote on it).
If the name of the domain is your own trademark (your name, the name of something you belong or the name of your business) it is usually more important then the shortest and the best description of your activity. You should keep it.
Domain-name dot what?
It’s not uncommon to register more domains with similar names or domain names that complete the original name with auxiliary keywords. Some registrars even offer bonuses when you register more than one domain names and encourage the buyers to register the same name with different suffixes. For a long time the .com suffix was the first extension the most people try (access) when searches for a site and for some it will remain the most important. But, lately, a lot other suffixes (.net, .org, .tv, .eu, different countries TLDs, even the .xxx suffix for porn) became more and more wanted.
If you want company-name.com and company-name.org or company-name.net are not taken (for examples) you should register them also. They are not expensive, somewhere about 10 euros for an entire year/domain and they can be parked (redirected) on the original domain. The target is very important: you don’t need a China domain name if you your products are targeted to some small islands in the Mediterranean sea. But for just a few bucks you can cover all the possibilities, all the targets you want. Some people even register the misspellings of their desired domain name just for that.
Anyway, try to find a domain name that has only one possible spelling and it’s very easy to type and it must be easy to remember. Most people are hard spellers and/or just lazy… choose your domain in such way for them to find you very quickly.
Commercial appeal (more or less)
One way to register a domain name is the commercial perspective: it’s just like a marketing campaign. If you want to sell/promote something then choose the best words to describe the product(s) and the shortest description. The internet is your billboard and you want to put your brand in everybody’s browsers and to sell lots and lots of products. And, of course, to get lots and lots of visitors (traffic).
More, if one or more keywords does not have commercial intent it does not mean you don’t want to optimize for them. The keywords in the name depend of the searches the users and if the not-so-commercial keywords gets you a lot of traffic it’s more than ok to include it in the domain name.
Avoid trademarked names
First of all, we have all heard about guys that thought ahead and bought some multi-million-euros-domains-names (companies names or product names, even movies titles). In the beginning the companies that released that names spent a lot of money to buy the domains from that smart guys, but lately the tendencies are to send the layers first to protect theirtrademarked brand. Usually they already spent lots and lots of money just to create and to develop that brands and it’s a lot easier to put to work the lawyers they already hired for various aspects of their businesses.
Is when somebody access your site by simply typing the domain name in the URL bar in their browser and adding the suffix (usually .com, but not only that) at the end. If your domain name matches exactly with the keywords typed in the browser there is a chance to get some traffic from that.
Avoid the numeral substitution and slang
You can always add numerals into a domain name, but avoid substituting commons words with numeral (for example 4 instead for and 2 instead to) because it can create confusion and it’s hard to remember. From the same reason don’t use slang (for example u instead you). Also watch out for the numeral 0 because it is often mistaken for the letter O and viceversa.
Make your domain unique
The more unique domains (as design as domain name) are easier to remember. Search the all possible names for your domain and stick with the most unique one – it will stick and you can benefit from that for years (you can use for this the non-commercial keywords but important in the searches).
Hyphenates inside the domain names
The common sense and the habits say that the hyphenates should not be used inside the domain names: the people are not used with them in the URLs and the can easy misspell and can and up to nowhere or, worse, to the competitor’s site. More, when you tell somebody about a site about web design, software code and seo do you tell the to put hyphens like this (http://www.webdesign-software-code-seo.com/ ) or not? The most people don’t say it.
There are also some advantages to the hyphens inside the domain name: the search engines can distinguish your keywords better and thus return your site more close to the first results in search results and the non-hyphenated form may no longer be available.
Personally I prefer to put the hyphens in the name because I want to mark the keywords as clear as possibles. The humans can be educated to take them in consideration, it would be an improvement for most of them.
Plurals, “the” and “my” domain names
Very often the domain name registrar suggests alternate forms of the name you typed, especially when the domain you want is already taken. For example, if you wanted onlinestore.com the suggestions can look like this: theonlinestore.com. myonlinestore.com, onlinestores.com (and maybe some more) if they were not already taken as well.
If you really want some for of the chosen domain name than take it (or them if you want), but always remember to promote the full name of your domain (with the affix). You also must take in consideration that the plural can create confusion because a lot of people will forget to put the final s in the name.
Search for dropped domains
The dropped domains are these domains that have been changed from registered status to unregistered status. This usually happens because the registration renewal fee was not paid (the company went out of business or somebody just forget to pay). Anyway, in this case anybody can register the domain for himself/herself and to get an already know domain for the same price of a new one.
Believe it or not, there are auction for the internet domain names. It is a different method to get a domain for some price (it depends of the results of the auction). The problem is that you may also get the reputation of the domain, and that be bad or good.
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