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Then go to Google and search your site by www.example.com (without the "site:" operator), and you will see a bunch of back links from W3C.
When most people place the validation link on their page they use the old school URI of validator.w3.org/check?uri=referer -- but that page does not exist on W3C, it's just a throw away reference and it can only be accessed by referral directly from your site.
If instead you use the new school way of understanding that it's all about conformance then you will use validator.w3.org/unicorn/ such as validator.w3.org/unicorn/check?ucn_uri=www.example.com%2F&ucn_task=conformance (me luvs unicorns).
Watching internal site search reports for queries that get zero results - this has been excellent for some sites. The idea is this. If visitors are looking for a topic, then we ought to have something for them. It's a real demand from real people. When we create supply for that demand, the amount of SE traffic can also be amazing.
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good content to keep people on your site and convert. Without some content your usage data will be poorI agree it's all about the copy. Kinda like the Kevin Costner statement in a movie "If you build it, they will come."
valid HTMLI couldn't agree more.
Social networking is one of the best seo strategy
People convert, SE's do not
Little bit of adsense, little bit of SEO, little bit of direct ad sales, little bit of direct sales, all wrapped up makes for stable income.
If visitors are looking for a topic, then we ought to have something for them.
content is not king