a website to want to register successfully, it should have two requirements at least, one is website itself should have better content and design, the two is the website does not have cheating behavior. The term "cheating" refers to some special and unconventional web design techniques to improve the ranking of websites. How to design a good site, a lot of related information, this article is no nonsense. Here is the main talk about the latter, that is, in improving the site rankings at the same time, how to avoid the search engine as cheating and refused to register. So, it seems in the search engine, what behavior is cheating? Listed here, from which you can see, some people are still regarded as "cheat" things, in fact, has been out of date.
? Stack page Keywords: to increase the frequency of a word on a web page, repeat it intentionally. This is a commonly used gimmick, but now many search engines can see through it. They count the total number of words in a web page to determine the proportion of occurrences of a word. Once you exceed the default standard, say "ByeBye" to your page.
? Put invisible text: the so-called ghost page method". In order to increase the number of keywords, "put a and the background color of the same, including intensive keyword text, visitors can see, search engine can find, once really can improve website ranking, but now, the major search engines can be identified, still play dead.
? Micro text: similar to the ghost page method, it’s just more text, more diffuse, more subtle. However, for the sensitive search engine, is still in vain.
? Web redirection: using META refresh tags, CGI programs, Java, Javas, cript, or other techniques, automatically jump to another page when a user clicks on a link. It is in this way that people are deceived into places they do not want to go. Therefore, some search engines (such as Infoseek) are also disgusted with such pages and are generally not registered.
? Misuse of the Meta tag keyword: people increase the number of keywords, repeat keywords in the statement, or add hot words that are not relevant to the content of the site. Most of the search engines can see this kind of cheating.
? Misuse portal pages: portal pages (also called "bridge pages") are web pages designed specifically for search engines ranking algorithms for good rankings. Today, most search engines are not against it. But the saying goes: "when." Building too many web pages with similar keywords can lead to resentment against search engines and fail to register successfully.
? Continuous registration: it is counterproductive for someone to increase the insurance factor and submit a page repeatedly to the same search engine within a day.
? Duplicate registration: some people think that will be one >