Finding Web Sites
In the early days the search engines got a bad names for giving poor accuracy of results, with the most appropriate sites buried on page 3 or so of the result pages.
With the development of Google® and similar engines, speed and accuracy have greatly improved. Most people now reach a web site firstly through a search engine and so getting a good position on the first page can have a dramatic effect on the number of web site visitors.
Site Vigil and the sister product Site Position, let you continuously monitor the position of pages on web sites.
The search engine uses a number of different criteria for allocating the order of sites including the web site name, page title, page description, header tags and the text of the page itself. Weight is also given to the number of external links to a web site.
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