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Make sure your site is ready for the search engines. Seed each page liberally with keywords specific to that page, but aim for a keyword density of no more than 5% to avoid being penalized for spamming the search engines. More in our blog.
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Search engine optimization & positioning, meta tags, keywords

To be found easily, your site needs to be among the top results produced when people search on words relating to the product or service you are selling. Top positioning is easier said than done, however, due to the sheer size and rapid growth of the Internet. Simply listing your site with the top search engines and directories is not enough. Although there's no sure-fire formula for getting top Google ranking, there are strategies that will help your site place higher in the search results. Things like proper meta tags, appropriate key words, and a good strong title tag. If you don't know what I'm talking about, not to worry. This collection of handy tools and helpful advice will provide the information you need to prepare your site for the search engines. And when you're ready to register your site, check out these submission resources.