The small and medium sized enterprise website is facing the stern test now

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some time ago to a friend in front of me, we had to do the site, but we have no effect at the website website, spent nearly a million, can be the site of a vase! And with the extension of the network technology, our website is more and more ugly. Even the vase was broken. "It’s really not a taste," said my friend. "I just smiled and asked to see their website.". Indeed, part of the early business website, now, well, can not open, it is necessary to visit slowly. More often than not…..

, after reading his friend’s company website, thought it was a rotten job to give him a website, and a website was almost on a frame page. All of the site connections are built in frames, and I looked at the website on the news page as well as the product page, which is dynamic ASP program. Depressed is not even the background to the company. As for a web site, it has never been updated for more than 2 years (most companies are now, and websites cannot be updated). The whole table is on the page, do not know when the label did not appear or do not know the whole network company website, a label is not used, the title Keywords Description H2 H1 could not find a website… In this case I query the other collection of this website, the query results as the acme of perfection!! do 3 years outside the chain is 1, Baidu included: 1, Google included: 1, 0: YAHOO, Youdao: 0, Google PR:0. Update time: 2009.05.13 snapshot. The result is imaginable.

I told my friend about this situation. He said that the website can be re done, but the website should be used by the original, and then by the way a key word. Because that ad put a lot of money in it. In the face of those factors, I promised to help him revision, add a keywords ranking. After 20 days of website revision, the website is absolutely consistent with all the search engine preferences now, and the website is finally on the line. Halo is, the site does not update the snapshot. Half a month has passed, one month has passed, one and a half months have passed. Yet, Baidu has not yet seen a snapshot. I panicked… This time has been in the stability of the increase, the chain and the release of high-quality original articles, but the effect is not good!

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opened the computer this morning. The first thing was to check the updates. After 2 months, Baidu finally snapshot of the site. The ranking has changed, but was it 1?. According to these circumstances, I personally suggest that enterprises, if the site does not work, please deal with early revision or re development. In the revision of the site, you can not use the original domain name is best not to use, the site can be best generated: HTML or directory form display column. Each tag of the website remembers to look at the website at the same time. Example: title, Keywords, Description, H2, h1., div+css, etc… a good website will help your enterprise to open better

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