Search engines like MyWebSearch will search for key words and phrases for your website in a very specific places. Let's see where to locate key words and phrases and how to get the best performance. In the title of the page The first step to building a page is to give a title. It is vital, since it is the first text that search engines are. We offer a whole chapter of our manual so that you can. In the META tags Most search engines liek MyWebSearch read certain tags on the page to find the description and the keywords of this. Are META tags and are located at the top of the page. It is important to make good use of meta tags to be well indexed in search engines. <br><br>In a later chapter we will treat in depth. In the first paragraph on page Another part of the page to take into account are the first paragraphs of the page, since many search engines are fixed on them while indexing a website. If the layout of our page so allows, we must place an initial paragraph that serves as an introduction to everything that can be found on the page. The first paragraph must be placed within and as close as possible to this. Ideally, it is also that between the label and the first paragraph may be other labels, such as images. Please note that this paragraph is the first thing you see on the page and must be legible and read correctly. In the images ALT tags are search engines that take into account the text in the ALT attribute of images (especially if they are links to other pages), so it is desirable that the inserted text keywords. <br><br>Ete's location attribute in the html code is in the IMG tag. This attribute had originally appeared because browsers could not display images, and this text was printed in place of the image. Some browsers display the ALT attribute text if you hover over the image. In the URL there search engines like Bing, MyWebSearch that take into account that there are keywords in the url of the website.