eBay Store or Website Address: is the address of web site or page you
E-mail: This should be a real e-mail address as some engines will delete
your submissions if they find fake e-mails.
You may get confirmation e-mails at this address so we suggest not using your
regular business e-mail address.
eBay Store or Website Name: is a short description of your site.
Bear in mind that users may not reach your document through your homepage, but
directly using a search engine or
link at another site, so the title should ideally be self-sufficient. If this
is a company website, try to include
the name of your company here also.
eBay Store or Website Description: is a longer more detailed description
Search engines will often capture the entire Description tag, but remember when
results are displayed to a user
space is limited, usually less than 20 words will actually appear.
Keywords: are words that are related to your site's content or products
you are advertising.
The "keywords" should be related to the contents of that particular page, not
the entire site.
Keywords may be separated by a comma.
Your Name: This should be your full name (First & Last) or the name
of the site owner.
popularity Checker :
The Link Popularity
Analyzer reports gives the numbers of links to your site found
in the indexes of some search engines. I would
subest you run this report monthly print and save it and you
will see how these numbers change with time. You
evaluate how successful you are in your link popularity strategy
long it takes for a search engine to pick up new links.
A high link popularity is important
for a high ranking on search engines. The
number of web pages linking to your site is considered an important
factor by search engines to achieve a high ranking. Well
placed links can also be a great way to get consistent and
Are optional HTML tags that are used to specify information
about a Web document. Some search engines, such as AltaVista,
use “spiders” to
index Web pages. These spiders read the information contained within
a page’s meta tag. There is some ability to control how the
site is indexed by search engines and how and when it will “come
up” on a user’s search.
Your documents title will appear in user's hotlists, the
banner of most browsers, and robot-generated lists.
It should be a concise, one-line summary of what the page is about. Bear
in mind that users may not reach your document
through your homepage, but directly using a search engine or link at another
site, so the title should ideally
The Description META tag is what the search engines that support tags will
display along with your title in their
results. Search engines will often capture the entire Description tag,
but be aware that usually only the first 75 to 150 characters will actually
The Keyword META tag is used by the search engines as a means to categorize
Ensure you choose keywords that are relevant to your site and avoid excessive
The Author META tag defines the author of the document. Supported data
includes the name,
email address, company name or internet address (URL).
Specifies the character encoding for the page. This tag is required on
each XHTML page so it will validate properly.
content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" />
A variety of character encoding values are available. The one shown is
common and appropriate for most websites.
The Language META tag declares the natural language of the document being
indexed. Search engines which
index sites based on language often read this tag to determine which language
Category information of value to some for search engines or directory indexers.
You have several choices, but the default is document.
The Ratings META tag tells the search engines whether the page is acceptable
for all audiences, or adult audiences only.
The Robots META tag (when supported) allows you to control which pages
you would like spidered by the search engine
robot. You can define which pages to follow, which to index and which to
The Revisit META tag defines how often a search engine or spider should
come to your website for re-indexing.
Often this tag is used for websites that change their content often and
on a regular basis