Scratching the Surface

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I'm just scratching the surface, beginning a study on how to increase web
traffic.  Quite a few times I've typed in my keywords at and never
come up with my site.  Under "web results" I notice that the actual
hyperlink for each result is not the url, but a descriptive heading, such as
"all work guaranteed," then a description, then the unlinked site address
at the bottom.  Is the "all work guaranteed" part of the keyword selection
on the site that the search engine has "found?" I presume the engine has
done a random search of everything on the web to find the sites that are
displayed under "web results," because there is another list of sites at
the top of the page with the heading, "paid results."  Having a magnetic
sign on one's truck with the url on it is not exactly clogging up the site,
incidentally.  I suppose -  how many times have I actually taken the time
to write down or memorize a site address on a billboard or vehicle?

Re: Scratching the Surface

On 25 Apr 2004 23:36:42 GMT, (BUB 209) wrote:

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BUB, being some kind of internet consultant, I notice businesses that
display their site on billboards etc... and these are the ones I
target to do business with...and so I do think it helps in creeating
very high quality traffic, as if someone types a site address directly
it means they are very interested...

this customer reached 1,000 and ordered 10,000 more -
The Face of The Bleach Boys -
this link is for Discerning Ladies and Guys with confidence -

Re: Scratching the Surface

Most search engine listings are organized as follows:

"Title" (with a URL link to the site)

"Description" (either from meta tag desciption or a summary of content
on the site)

"URL" (The link you will go to if you click the Title)

Most search engines stopped making the URL a link because it confused
users in that they had to decide whether to click the title or the URL
on each listing.

Kim Lauren
KaZaZZ! Search (BUB 209) wrote in message
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