martinibuster - 6:26 pm on Jul 7, 2011 (gmt 0)
This is an interesting and a real useful site but th point is you are still using title tag with keywords, H1 with keyword, H2 with keyword, keyword in
1. That's not my site. It's a high ranking/high traffic site I know of that is not SEO'd.
2. Take a second look at the source code. The H1 tag is used in the OPPOSITE manner of SEO. That site is NOT using H1's with keywords in a meaningful manner for SEO. Take a look at the source code. Here are two examples (there are MANY more) of the non-SEO use of HTML of that high ranking site:
<h1>Thanks for commenting!</h1>
You consider that SEO? The use of header tags at that site is not for SEO, nor for creating a hierarchical structure of meaning. It is being used for decorative stylying purposes- which is the opposite of SEO.
The H1 is used in the titles of paragraphs, but they are not wrapping around SEO focused keyword phrases. Those H1's contain an element of the phrase but the rest of it is descriptive of the article. Which is the semi-correct use of it, not the SEO'd use of H1. If they had used it in the correct or even SEO manner, they would have one or two H1 tags, and the rest of those H1 paragraph tags should have been h2, h3, etc. But they did not, because the H1 is being used to style the words for users, not SEO.
Gorgwatcher, go back and take a second look because that is not an SEO'd site.
Show me your websites that are built for USERS and not for GOOGLE RANKINGS and then we will talk...
There are always an exceptions. I showed you a site that is built for users and not for Google rankings. It's not the only one.