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How To Structure a Web Page

Giving Great SEO Structure to Your Websites

Selecting Your Page Name

When setting up an affliate page or any other website, you want to attract both search engine traffic and human traffic. The way to do this is with careful selection of your page name and then by struturing the page with proper HTML header tags, bold and other search engine optimization.

Assuming you have seletect your product and with it your main keyword.
Use your main target keyword for your page name.

By doing so you will possess the url:

Once you have your desired keyword page name you want to create the text of your page in such a way as to score well with the search engines.

Using Header Tags to Give Structure

Google and other search engines love properly structured web pages, so the best way to construct your web page is to structure it with proper HTML tags.

Simple Page helps you do that with the Headings button. When you highlight a line of text and click on the Headings button, it will wrap the text with a pair of [hd2] [/hd] tags. These will get changed into H2 html tags when the page is displayed.

In order to use the other header tags, from H3 to H6, you simply edit the first [hd] tag and place the number after then word "hd".
So for H3 tags you want [hd3] [/hd], for H5 tags you want [hd5] [/hd]. Very simple.

To have a well structured web page that search engines love, stucture your webpage properly.

Header Tag Value

Each header tag indicates the relative importance of each section it is heading:
The H1 is reserved for The Simple Page internal Header - but can be overwriten if you have the SEO upgrade ( see below ).

The H2 header tag is the standard tag assigned to the Headings button.
The H3 header tag is the next level down in importance: use [hd3] [/hd].
The H4 header tag is the next level down in importance: use [hd4] [/hd].
The H5 header tag is the next level down in importance: use [hd5] [/hd].
The H6 header tag is the next level down in importance: use [hd6] [/hd].

So a well structured page would look like this:

[hd2]First Main Sub-Heading[/hd]
Text about you website subject.

--[hd3]First Lower Level sub-head[/hd]
More text explaining this point

----[hd4]An even lower level sub-head[/hd]
This text is about the more detailed sub head

--[hd3]Second Lower Level sub-head[/hd]
Some more text explaining this point

----[hd4]An even lower level sub-head[/hd]
Maybe more text about this point.

--[hd3]Second Lower Level sub-head[/hd]
You are now using your web page creating software to
develop a really good structure.

----[hd4]An even lower level sub-head[/hd]
Of course each sub-head will contain relvant keywords
specefic to the promotion you are working on.

[hd2]Second Main Sub-Heading[/hd]
Now the Second MAIN subject, with of course several
sub-heads to offer support to this sub-heading

--[hd3]Second Lower Level sub-head[/hd]
And again we add the supporting headlines and text.

This kind of structure, when used with your primamry and secondary keywords adds very strong on page SEO ranking value to your affiliate page. This will attract more free traffic from the search engines than if you just dump a lot of unstructured text and images on the page.

Using Bold, Underline and Italics

The selective use of bold in the text does impove your on page SEO especially when you use it in the first and last paragraphs. However bolding all your keywords everywhere is more likely to get your page marked as s.p_a_m so don't over do it.

The proper use of header tags and bold with your main keyword and supporting keywords in those tags enhances the value of your page - making it more relevant to the search engines.