A term used by webmasters that refers to a request made to a web server for a page, graphic, audio or sound file. A web page that has 5 graphics will create 6 total hits in a servers log file – one for each graphic and one for the page itself. While useful for estimating the load on a server, hits serve little value to advertisers or marketers. Maybe some of these practices can help you get more hits. When you start to make a web page, complete your meta tags first. In particular your “Tile”, “Description”, and “Keywords” tags. When choosing a title, make sure it is unique to that page. Try to make at least one of your keywords show up in your title and that keyword should also show up in the body of your page. Try not to go overboard with keyword duplication (repeating the same keyword over and over); this is considered spamming by most search engines. After you have all meta tags in place you will be conscious of what your page is all about. Making the content of the page more relevant to your meta tags and earning you a higher position with search engines. When you think that your page is ready to go, make sure to submit it to all of the popular search engines.
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