SEO 100 tips and tricks part 9
81.Never redirect to another domain (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Redirecting to another domain is not a 100% guarantee that you'll be banned from search engines. But it is a very common spammer trick used in conjunction with doorway pages and cloaking. If you set up a redirect that goes to a new domain, you need to write it as a 301 HTTP redirect, not a 302 or meta refresh. This tells the search engine that this redirect is permanent, and they should change to the new domain in their directory.
82.Be Careful Redirecting to New Domains (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).You Could Be Banned Since this trick is commonly used by spammers, it's a very good idea to avoid doing it. Search engines can be very hard to get back into if your site is banned by mistake.
83.Never include invisible text on your pages (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Hiding text by making it the same color as the background color may fool your customers, but it won't fool search engines. Another variation of this is where you make the font size so small that it's unreadable by the naked eye.
84.Don't Hide Text (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Your Site Will Be Banned Search engines understand CSS and font and background colors. They also recognize that a font-size of 1px is not going to be readable. Text that is hidden from your readers but visible to search engines is considered spam and will get your site banned.
85.Never create doorway pages (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Doorway pages are very simple HTML pages that are written to optimize heavily on one or two keywords or keyword phrases. And they are programmed so that search engines spiders see them, but regular readers are taken to the real site.
86.Don't Use Doorway Pages (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Your Site Will Be Banned Doorway pages are designed to trick search engines into thinking that the site has a specific keyword relevance that it may or may not have and they are pages meant to be seen only by the search engine. So, most search engines will ban sites from their directory when they discover you use them.
87.Never display different content to a spider than customers (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).This is often called cloaking because it is an effort to cloak what your site delivers in something that might be seen as more palatable to search engines. It can be very tempting to use cloaking, but while it might give you better results at first, search engines don't like it.
88.Don't Cloak Websites (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Your Site Will Be Banned Search engines want to provide a resource of information that is real, not something that has been doctored to give artificial results. When they discover that your site is cloaking, it will be removed from the search directory.
89.Don't use session IDs (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).Like dynamic URLs, search engines don't tend to like URLs with session IDs on them. In fact, session IDs seem to cause even more problems with search engine spiders than plain dynamic URLs. The problem is that every time the spider comes to a site with session IDs it can index that site as a completely new URL - even though the content is identical. This can lead to the search engine thinking you are trying to spam them with identical content, and could even get your site banned if it got bad enough. Google guidelines now state that id= URL parameters are okay, but that doesn't mean that other search engines won't choke on them.
90.Don't rely on AdSense to boost your rankings (AVOID X OR GET BANNED).AdSense is a way to earn money on your website. But contrary to popular believe, having AdSense ads won't improve your ranking in search engines, even Google. They won't hurt your rankings either. It's perfectly fine to use them, but don't expect them to improve your search rankings.
Ahmed Ata Almahallawi
IT Help Desk,
Al alami st
gaza -jabalia, Gaza Strip
by +Ahmed Almahallawi
by +Ahmed Almahallawi