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    OK... here are a few tips from me....

    Use HTML tags effectively!
    <h1> through <h7> are headers, <p> defines paragraphs, <li> for listed data like navigation, <strong> for emphasized points, <table> for tabular data, etc. Google can't tell that "red" text stands out more than "black" text, but if you tag it with <strong>, it knows that emphasis should be placed on the statement, and the same goes for screen readers. Don't just use HTML for what it's used for, but use it effectively to tag headlines, lists, and break up pages. CSS will provide your styles, but using HTML as it is not meant to be used can not only make your web page inaccessible, but also difficult for search engines to understand.

    Watch your Content!
    Google and other search engines know enough clues to recognize the difference between "thrown together" content, and actual content. Write well because it doesn't just sound better, but less repeated words are less likely to kick in Google's "spam text" filters. Meta data is great, but don't over-use it. Again, search engines will knock your ranking down if they think you're just trying to push your way up. Use good links, explanatory graphics with ALT tags, and appropriate length text that's to the point. Update SOMETHING often if SEO is truly important so search engines know your website is actively maintained.

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    Wink More Informations for robots omited

    Thats right ! 50 % of the web master on Internet omit to put alt little description to is images or other things. and for this reason some people that want to search google don't get best search result.

    Event the flash embed... they don't put some alternate html under... so google get it hard to enter embedded informations.
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    Thumbs up Replace .html pages with .php pages without loosing google indexed pages

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    My web pages ext. is .html and I want to subsitute it with .php ext. without affecting my indexed pages in Google, is it possible?
    You can convert your pages to PHP. Make sure the filenames remain the same.
    Add a rule in your .htaccess..

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteRule ^(.+)\.html $1.php [R=301,L]

    If a visitor clicks on link in google search that leads to your indexed page such as index.html, he will be redirected via a [301 Permanent Redirect] to index.php on your site. This will also tell the google bot when it crawls your site next time that the index.html is now index.php permanently and it will index it again.

    What worked for me, should work for you too!

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    Excellent idea. I have used permanent (301) redirects in htaccess when moving pages or recoding or reorganizing sites. They work well.
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    You don't need to remove it. You might as well leave it in place.
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    Like Alan said... you don't need to remove it, but if you want to you can, say... after a couple of months.

    You should add:

    DirectoryIndex index.php

    as the first line in your .htaccess so all crawlers start with your index.php page when they visit your website url.
    [URL="http://noetictrainingsolutions.Com"]NoeticTrainingSolutions.Com[/URL] | [URL="http://vivafemme.com"]VivaFemme.Com[/URL] | [URL="http://techxcell.com"]TechXcell.Com[/URL] | [URL="http://techxcell.net"]TechXcell.Net[/URL] | [URL="http://getsis.mobi"]GetSIS.Mobi[/URL]

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    Hello everybody! I'm new! Bad so far I understand what's going on here, so do not scold me!)))
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