To see which search terms are frequently entered into search engines, Overture.com had a keyword selector tool Entering "religion" into this selector on 2006-MAY-07 gave the following results for the previous month:
266,041 religionThis might suggest that you should add "buda," a misspelling of "Buddha," to your Buddhist essay's keyword list. Since few webmasters will enter a misspelled word, you might well result in a high search engine rating for web surfers searching for "buda religion"
Unfortunately, the free service Overture.com is no longer available. WordTraker offers a paid service with a free trial. See: http://www.wordtracker.com/ We have not tried this service, because it would not accept any of our Email addresses during the trial signup process.Hermetic Systems has a "keywords meta tag generator" program which will scan an HTML document and create a suggested keywords meta tag. You can download a trial version at no cost. See: http://www.hermetic.ch/ They also have an advanced model that will scan through an entire folder of HTML documents.
Search Engine Spider Test Tool:
SeoBook has a free spider test on their website at: http://tools.seobook.com/ By typing in a URL, the program shows the page's source code, title, description, size in bytes, text, outbound links and common words and phrases.
Monitoring your website's acceptance and ratings by others:
Is your web site online or offline in Malaysia, Dallas and over 90 other locations?
APM Cloud Monitor will ping a server or website from over 90 monitoring stations around the world.
Some years ago, we were informed that citizens in Saudi Arabia were unable to raise our web site. Presumably, their government found the concept of religious tolerance to be threatening to their oppressive regime. They have apparently changed their mind because their saruh01 monitoring station in Riyadh, Saudia Arabia reports "Okay." However, their paply01 monitoring station in Panama City, Panama is consistently reporting our site as being an "unknown host."
This monitoring service also reports those locations experiencing a high percentage of "packets lost."
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