Mee
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Why would anyone need my registrar information for a new web site?
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The only reason I would need someone's account with a registrar is to change the DNS settings (name server .. etc). But this has nothing to do with the site being indexed by search engines. Besides ...

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How do I test the usability of my website?
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I have recently come across UserFly (haven't tried it myself). You probably should also consider getting feedback from websites like ConceptFeedback

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HTML validation: is it worth it?
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Even if your HTML works on all major browsers, it's still worth doing as it sometimes can cause problems with search engine crawlers like googlebot. For example see this: http://www.codeproject.com/...

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Any good SEO tracking apps out there?
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Well, I came across this one a couple of days ago, pearanalytics. It's a little basic for what you want but it does show Google PageRank.

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Way to list "Contact Us" email address on web site, yet reduce likelihood of spam?
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If you don't mind using javascript, you can use something like ROT13 for obfuscating the email address. For example see this: http://scott.yang.id.au/2003/06/obfuscate-email-address-with-javascript-...

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How can I show multiple ad networks on my site?
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If you can't implement this in your server side code, you can use something like DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) Small Business. It's a free hosted ad serving solution and will allow you to do ...

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Who is a great domain registrar company?
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I use both omnis and godaddy and generally happy with them

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My site does not appear in the first 30 or more Google pages. What could be the reasons?
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Unless you have enough back links (quality links not just quantity), it's quite normal not to rank high in search engine result pages (SERPs), and this is regardless of how good and relevant your ...

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Does registering a domain for 10+ years help search rank?
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I'm not really sure it does but from my humble experience with SEO, link building always plays the largest part by far. A few links from pages with high PageRank should have a much greater effect on ...

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