A ping is signal sent from a blog to a server. For instance, when an author creates a new post, an update service will “ping” one or more servers indicating that the blog has new content. The servers could belong to a blog search engine or other related services.
Trackbacks, also called pingbacks, is where one blogger indicates to another that they have created a post linking to the original blogger’s content. This can also involve sending “pings”, but the important element is a link between the two posts.]]>
Unfortunately, Google will probable protect that information as a trade secret, so we may never know exactly how Google indexes flash. However, if you look at the example below, you can see that Google is able to pull the text out of the flash file.
Example of a Flash file.
Example of the extracted text.
With that being said, I would still be wary of using flash in search engine optimization. To see some samples of implementing flash that is a bit more search engine friendly on your web site go here.
The E-Future Centre
You need to research the online competition, do keyword research, think of usability, promote your website. There can be a lot of money invested in a website (up to $10000, perhaps). But the key point is that the expenses (even if its 10k, which is a lot) is way way less than setting up a brick and mortar shop.
Here is an article on what a small business owner should invest his 3k when building a website (a link to why a website has to cost 10k within).]]>
Does Every Business Need A Website?
eFutureCentre: The short answer is no, not every business needs a website. However, the large majority […]]]>
“If there is a blog that you refer to or quote and it is highly relevant to your subject, leave a track back. It increases your link popularity and may even score a few interested readers from the linked site.”
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