Attracta search engine optimization and submission service is the easiest, most accurate way to create and submit up-to-date Sitemaps, as well as find and fix critical Search Engine Optimization (SEO) errors that hurt your search rankings, such as broken links and incorrect page tagging.
How it works
- Attracta crawls your website finding all of its pages, including pages that can’t be found by search engines’ crawlers, to create an XML Sitemap.
- Attracta submits your XML Sitemap directly to the XML interface of major search engines such as Google, Yahoo!, Bing and Ask.
- The search engines use your new XML Sitemap to drive more qualified traffic to your site by indexing more pages in search results with improved page ranking.
Attracta makes sure Google, Yahoo!, Bing and Ask know all about every page on your site, including pages that can’t be found by their normal crawling process. All without waiting for them to find your content among the millions of sites competing for their attention.
Your SEO TOOLS will unlock the power of Search Engine Optimization with little or no technical skills required.
Calculating your overall Google Site Score
The “Overall Site Score” grades your site on how well it meets the most critical aspects of the guidelines. It’s made up of individual “Tool Scores”, one for each critical guideline. The individual Tool Scores help you zero in on exactly what issues need attention, and give you easy-to-use ways to quickly fix them.
You can start using SEO Tools by clicking on “Get In Google” icon in your cPanel:
You will be prompted to create a new Attracta account:
Choose the domain(s) you wish to add to your account and specify your contact email address. After this, you will be redirected to your advanced online SEO dashboard that monitors and reports on your website’s indexed pages. It also reports broken links and error pages, plus helps find and fix common SEO problems.
Please wait until Attracta is finished analyzing your website:
After the analysis is complete, you will see your overall site score:
There’s an additional toolbar on the left of the screen:
You may also view your scorecard by clicking on ‘Google Score Card’ icon in your cPanel:
You will see the overview of your account:
Google Guideline Tools
Get In Google
Automatic creation and submission of a Google compliant XML Sitemap gets more of your pages listed in Google within 72 hours. New sites get listed within 24 hours. Guaranteed!
You’ll know exactly when Google acknowledges receiving your XML Sitemap submission, and exactly when Google reads it and visits your site to begin listing your pages.
Local Search Listing
Put your business on the map… The Google Map! This tool makes it easy to post your business listing to Google Places, Google Maps and to Yahoo! Local. A storefront location is not necessary. All you need is a mailing address and phone number.
After you put in your details, please click on ‘Submit listing’.
Broken Links Report
Easily find and fix broken links and error pages on your site. Google hates broken links as much as your visitors do. Eliminate them and watch your page rank increase.
Attracta Directory Listing
Build valuable links from our high ranking directory, plus an important “Business Directory Citation” to boost your local search listing rank.
Write a short description of your website and choose which categories your site should appear in. After this click ‘Submit listing’.
Improve your site navigation with an SEO Badge
Make your site more accessible to visitors– and search engines, with an easy-to-install HTML site map and Google powered Site Search box, plus an optional business address listing and clickable Google map.
You can copy the code of the SEO Badge from this window and paste it to your website. It’s also advisable to optimize your tags. You can view your tag statistics using ‘Meta Tags’ tool.
Tips on description and title tags
Adhere to character limits
Title tags are critical because search engines not only use them when deciding what a web page is about, they appear in search results as the first line “Title” of your listing. Think of title tags more as a “Title Keyword Tag” and include keywords that users would likely search for to find the content on that page. Keep them short and sweet. They are the first thing people searching for your site will see, and can never be more than Google’s limit of 69 characters, including spaces.
Description tags are right behind title tags in importance. Each search engine allows for a specific number of characters (including spaces) to be shown beneath your page title in search results listings. These bits of your web page that appear in search results are known as “snippets.”
Description tags are often the text search engines choose to display as your snippet, and can have a big impact your search traffic. Writing your description tag to be completely within Google’s limits means you have control over what appears. Aim for one that is between 100 and 156 characters- so that it both reads well, and fits well.
Use Your Keywords
Using keywords in your title and description tells your targeted audience this page is what they are looking for. Users searching for particular words will naturally first examine page titles, but if they still cannot determine which site best addresses their needs, they then turn to the most relevant page descriptions.
By placing 1 to 3 keywords both in your title and description (which will appear in bold in the description tag if they match the search term), you’re assuring search users that your site isn’t in their results by mistake, but because it’s what they are searching for. You should always write them, and the page they are on, with 1 to 3 very specific keywords or key phrases used within the content of that page.
The title and description tags should always be specific to the page they are on and contain key words or phrases also found in the page heading, and the first one or two paragraphs of that page. Google compares words and phrases in your title tag and description tag with page content to be sure they are “relevant.” It will ignore your tags if they are not.
Write with flair, but be accurate
Your primary goal is to write something that will entice people to click thru to your website from your listing in Google. Your tags need to be attention getting, but also an accurate description of what users can expect to find on that particular page.
One easy way to do this is to have your title and description tags mirror the opening paragraph of the page they are on, but be shorter: more concise and more dramatic.
Once you’ve improved your Google Site Score to 90 or above, you’ll have the basic foundations of SEO in place, and start seeing your efforts pay off in more search traffic.
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