View Full Version : What attributes does a page need to be considered as high quality by a search engine?

09-17-2012, 12:05 PM
※ The page is relevant to the terms being searched for.
※ The page is considered an authority about its topic.
※ The page has good, useful content.
※ The page is part of a site with lots of information.
※ The page loads quickly.
※ The page doesn't have a bunch of broken links.
※ The page isn't filled with a cheap list of keywords.

Please share other more information regarding this.


09-17-2012, 10:39 PM
content, thatīs the key

09-19-2012, 08:23 PM
A professional-looking website with interesting content that is easy to navigate and can be found in search engines is sure to bring value to your business.

09-19-2012, 08:27 PM
The most common usage of the term is in reference to the sending of unsolicited bulk e-mail advertisements.
It can also refer to the inappropriate posting of messages or links on a user-generated website such as this. Vandalism of a website or forum can also come under this term. For example, answering this question with an answer like "I like pie" (or an ad for a pie website) would be considered spamming.

05-11-2017, 12:16 AM
An attribute is an element that takes a value and is associated with an object, such as an item, a region, a page. An example of such an element is Author, whose value is typically the name of the object creator. Typically, an attribute value is provided by a user, though there are some attributes that provide their own default values.For example, the Publish Date attribute has a default value of the current date and time. In most cases, users can revise an attribute's default value.