1 Killer SEO Tip: How a Search Engine Sees Your Website

Lynx browser
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It may not be so obvious to the common web surfer: they visit a nice lookin’ website with special fonts, graphics, big headlines, boxes, input forms, animation, differing stylings, layouts, etc – but what does the search engines really see?

We talk about human and non-human visitors.

You can take a quick check right now:

Try inputting your website here - and see the results.

Pretty amazing, huh? Well, what’s more amazing is using this to optimize your website to include keywords, content and links to support each page. You can get started right away.

Here are 21 Simple SEO Tips to begin.

So – what did you find? (if no text is found, you are in really bad shape…)


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  • Dana Lookadoo

    Reply Reply August 16, 2010

    Jon, thanks for the tip to the Lynx Viewer. I used to keep Lynx installed on my machines when teaching and doing Web dev. It was essential for ADA 508 compliance.

    And what many don’t realize is that search spiders see one’s site the same way a text-only browser does. Nicely put – a “non-human” visitor!

  • Jon Rognerud

    Reply Reply August 17, 2010

    Totally cool, ain’t it? :-) Cheers, Jon

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