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Go Daddy gets patent for SEO and search engine submission

September 18, 2012Domain Registrars, Domaining, Domainnamewire, go daddy,, search engine optimization, SEOComments Off on Go Daddy gets patent for SEO and search engine submission

Patent covers method and systems for SEO suggestions and search engine submission.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent (pdf) to Go Daddy for “method for improving a web site’s ranking with search engines”.

U.S. patent number 8,271,488 describes a system for helping web site owners edit their web pages for better search results and then automatically submitting the sites to multiple search engines.

If some of this seems outdated, that’s because the patent application was filed in 2003.

The images in the patent show Go Daddy’s former search engine product called Traffic Blazer. The company now offers a product called search engine visibility that has similar functions.

The patent describes a method where a web site owner wants to rank for certain keywords in a search engine. The system makes suggestions to the site owner on how to edit his or her web site to rank better for these keywords, such as add the word to the title tag. It then automatically submits the sites to multiple search engines.

In another embodiment, the system would automatically edit the customer’s web page for better search engine rankings.

A number of businesses still offer search engine submission services, even though the importance of submitting a site for inclusion in search engines has decreased over the past decade. Automatically analyzing web sites and making suggestions for better search rankings is still popular, although much of the attention has shifted from what’s on the web site to external factors like who’s linking to it.

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Taking a $62,500 Risk on

November 22, 2009buydomains, Domain Sales, Domaining, Domainnamewire, search engine optimizationComments Off on Taking a $62,500 Risk on

Man buys .net domain name for $62,500 with big plans.

Some people like to talk big. Patrick Gavin is putting his money where his mouth is.

The founder of just plunked down $62,500 for at BuyDomains. It’s a steep price for a domain who’s .org version sold for just $750 back in 2006. But Gavin has a plan, and he’s going to let the world watch him succeed or fail.

Gavin plans to turn the web site into a learning resource for search engine optimization. He’s going to chronicle all of his SEO work for the domain as he attempts to get it ranked number one for the ultra-competitive term “search engine optimization” within one year.

Just goes to show what SEO experts and domainers already know: exact match domain names are a good foundation for search engine optimization.

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The Number One SEO Secret

September 21, 2009Domaining, Domainnamewire, search engine optimization, SEO, UncategorizedComments Off on The Number One SEO Secret

The number one way to get search engine traffic to your web site.

Want to know a search engine optimization technique guaranteed to get “loads of traffic” to your web site? How to get “laser-targeted” visitors? I’m “going to spill the beans”.

It’s not the SEO secret Google doesn’t want you to know about. In fact, Google’s Matt Cutts has even publicly discussed this fantastic, white-hat technique to get better search rankings. You just missed it.

I’m about to disclose this secret, and I’m not going to charge you $97 $47 for an eBook (but my advice also doesn’t come with a money-back guarantee and I’m not going to show you a screenshot of my Clickbank account).

Ready. Here it is:

Create compelling content.

That’s right, folks. You didn’t hear it here first. Google has been telling you this for years, but if fell on deaf ears.

Here’s how this incredible system works. You create a web site, make it usable and valuable to web visitors, and build it up over time. You don’t farm out article writing to someone in India. You don’t copy articles from article directories. You don’t splog. You don’t stuff your meta tags. You actually create your web site with your visitor in mind.

Then a funny thing happens. People start linking to you naturally. It’s not like you can ask Microsoft, TechMeme, and TechCrunch to link to you. But if you create compelling content, they will.

There’s really only one drawback to this not-so-secret SEO trick: it takes time. You actually have to care about what you’re doing. But unlike other “tricks”, you won’t find that Google one day decides to drop you from its index.

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