Welcome to our (SEO) Search engine optimisation page.

Getting Found on the Search Engines (internet)

Our (CMS) Content Management system.

Websites that use our (CMS) platform are 100% search engine friendly. That means the major search engines are aware of all the content on your website. By content we mean your web pages, announcements, FAQs, literature such as your PDFs documents, shopping catalogues and more. Of course if you make any content secure then we automatically exclude it from the list that is available to the search engines.

On regular intervals the system will produce your website's sitemap in the format specified by Google and Yahoo.These search engines will then pick up your sitemap and add all the content on your website to their database. At anytime you can check and view the sitemap document that we produce located at the two URLs listed below.

The sitemap would be found at http://yourwebsite.com/sitemap.xml

Google Search Engine Suite.
Keep informed about who is visiting your website and the most popular search queries people use to find your website. By setting up a Google account for your website and using Local places, Google Maps and maybe arrange an Adsense campaign or Adwords advertising campaigns. All of this will help you gain ranking and positions on the internet and this is all part of any good SEO Campaign.

Hiding Pages from Search Engines

Before or after you've enabled Google/Yahoo/Live Optimisation from the Admin menu of your Online Business, you can hide various pages from being indexed by search engines. When you are editing your page on your Online Business Administration area, click the "Add META data to this page" link. On the following dialogue, select the "robots" field to edit. Change the default value from "INDEX,FOLLOW" to "NOINDEX". Its advisable that if you are working on content that is not ready for indexing you adjust this META tag before you start the Optimisation service.

Ecommerce Websites our Catalogue Names in URLs are (SEO Friendly)

All catalogues URLs on our (CMS) system are  formated to be SEO friendly:

http://www.yourdomain.com/CatalogueRetrieve.aspx?CatalogueID=XYZ. Although the URL for every catalogue is permanent and does not change, you can choose to use a different format for your catalogue URLs to ensure a higher level of SEO friendliness.

When creating links to your catalogues from any web page or your navigational menus you can use the following format:

http://www.yourdomain.com/_catalogue_catalogueID/CatalogueName

So if your catalogue is called Dishwashers then your URL would be:

http://www.yourdomain.com/_catalogue_catalogueID/DishWashers

Replace catalogueID with a number which is generated by the system.

These are only the first steps in fully optimising your website - you should research the topic further to get the best results.