I have a content based website and I'm in the process of creating a sitemap.xml file. I was wondering if it would be best to give high priority to tag urls or to post urls. Has anyone experimented with it ? What will give you better rankings in google and eventually bring in more visitors ?
Edit: @John Conde I know that. However I assume that when someone searches for a term for which I have two pages of equal relevance priority may make a difference (at least in some search engines). What I want to find out is how important that suggestion is considered by search engines.
To give you an example. I'm publishing a small CSS framework. Once every few months I give away a new release 0.1, 0.2 etc etc. All these posts have the keywords "mainframe css" in the title, url and post body. The same keywords are also found in the relevant tag page (site.com/tag/mainframe-css). I also have a "static" page that serves as a welcome page for the project, with links to all available downloads and stuff.
So the way I see it, there are maybe 10 pages of equal relevance. However I want visitors to be taken to the project page. One solution I can think of is linking from every post page to the project page.
Anyway thanks for the answers people. You got me covered :)