<head> <meta name="keyword" content="[my keywords]..."></meta> <meta name="description" content="[my description]"></meta> <title>All you need to know about...</title> </head>
This is what the server is telling me:
The element type "head" must be terminated by the matching end-tag.
1. How do seach engines find things about what a website is about besides useing the <meta> tag?
2. How can you get the top result on a search engine if your basic thing is put in. (Ex. Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, right now the (just about) only way to find out site is to type in a nearby location)
3. Is the only way that search engines find things are by robots and by people submitting URLs?
4. How does your URL affect the search results?
5. How much does it cost to pay search engines to be the first results?
6. Is there a simple way to submit your site to a whole bunch of search engines at once?
7. Is there any other ways besides the <meta> tag to add tags to your result?
If you want to add more, feel free!
I don’t know about other server-side technologies, but ASP.NET compiler provides the option of generating a complete application as a compiled DLL.
As the content is all compiled and is in binary, how will search bots be able to crawl through the content and index words, meta tags, etc?
The way to do that is to have unique page titles and meta descriptions in your HTML pages. Every page should have different page titles and meta tags to identify each page and tell the search engines what the page is about.
So with that in mind, you should have a better idea how you’re going to deal with the head.txt.
Hope this helps.