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SEO using MicroFormat

Sunday, November 9th, 2008

MicroFormat is a way of using standard HTML tags to encode additional information into the page. This could be Geo data, calendar data, etc… Example In this example, the contact information is presented as follows: <div> <div>Joe Doe</div> <div>The Example Company</div> <div>604-555-1234</div> <a href=”http://example.com/”>http://example.com/</a> </div> With hCard microformat markup, that becomes: <div class=”vcard”> <div class=”fn”>Joe [...]

Does the code to text ratio matter?

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Does the amount of code in your web page matter? Well some debate it, but let face it, if content is king, then shouldn’t it be a large portion of the page? If you only have one sentence of text on a page, well obviously you are going to have a very low Code to [...]

How to find how many pages are indexed in google

Saturday, September 13th, 2008

Sounds like a simple thing.  Everyone knows the good old “site:” command for google.  For example site:www.attheboard.com shows “about 29,900 pages” Well, that my be “about” due to status in indexing and possible duplicate content being weeded out. but there is more… try putting the site command with some minus random jiber… such as site:www.attheboard.com [...]