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Posted By: Ruchi     Posted Date: June 01, 2009    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
what is SEO ? How it works?

I am creating a website. I want it to be listed on search engine. How can i do that? i.e when any person searches some related keyword my website should be searched.

plz reply back ASAP

Author: dotnetguts             
Posted Date: June 01, 2009     Points: 5   

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, basic funda is how to display content of your website so that it can be displayed among top search.

When you are performing SEO with asp.net consider atleast following point.

1. Title Tag should be properly formatted.
In case your page is been generated dynamically you should change title dynamically.
C# Equivalent code to change title dynamically:
this.Title = "Put here dynamic text";

2. Make Use of URL Rewriting.
URL Rewriting consist of keyword in URL which user is looking for. This will make your page display top in search engine.
For URL Rewriting refer this article: http://dotnetguts.blogspot.com/2008/07/url-rewriting-with-urlrewriternet.html

3. Make use of Heading Tag whenever possible. <h1>, <h2>, etc.
One tip you might be interested in. Whenever displaying heading tag, it adds extra line. To avoid extra line for heading tag, make use of Inline heading tag like this.
<h1 style="display: inline; font-size: x-large" id="h1MyTitle" runat="server">

Let me know if you need more information on this.


Author: dazarooney             
Posted Date: February 11, 2011     Points: 5   

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