Sarah, even if you submit to engines it is hard to get good rankings. Do you know how to optimize your site so it'll be "seen" by the SE spiders? People at my company who handle this area have spent days at seminars and taking classes learning all this.... It is not easy at all to be ranked in the top......Originally posted by Kallie/Catcher's Mom+Jul 16 2005, 05:44 PM-->
Gosh, if you're at the level where you don't know what spiders are I wouldn't even know where to begin.... Here is a link that is extremely informative. The site is edited by Danny Sullivan, who is a Search Engine guru.... if you have time to read all the info, this site will teach you all the basics... and more...Originally posted by Kallie/Catcher's Mom+Jul 16 2005, 08:05 PM-->@Jul 16 2005, 08:57 PM
I'm very new at this. I have no clue what SE Spiders are. I just signed up with google and you put in keywords that you want your site to come up on when entered. I was good because they just changed it to where you can pay as little at 5 cents a click and you can set a limit like 10 dollars a day or whatever is right for you. This was much better than paying 100s of dollars a year. Any advice is welcomed
Be careful with that, $10 a day over a year is not $100's a year, it is $3,650 a year :TOriginally posted by GlamourDog+Jul 16 2005, 11:54 PM-->
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by Kallie/Catcher's Mom@Jul 17 2005, 11:13 AM
Sarah, there are two types of Search Engine Marketing... The "Organic" and "Pay per Click". The Organic is the natural ranking and "Pay per Click" is where you pay to get your listing at the top in the shaded blue portion (Google) above where the listings start or at the right-hand side of the page. You pay for keywords and when someone types in the keyword you have bought, your listing will appear. You only pay if someone clicks on your listing. You pay the amount that that particular keyword is going for.