Live at Voices That Matter Web Design Conference, author Christopher Schmitt talks about the best practices that will help your site get a higher ranking in Google's search engine.
How to Rank High in Google with Christopher Schmitt
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Nikki McDonald: Okay now to move to the very last question. Its kind of complicated, but there could be a prize involved.
Christopher Schmitt: Okay.
McDonald: There will be a prize involved. We are asking everyone. Okay. Think about this: I want to know what is the best way readers, you know, designers can ensure, whoever is listening, can you show that the website where rank highly in Google. But in your response I need you to optimize your answer to make a search engine friendly.
And, if your podcast, right now, ranks the highest, you could win a prize to be determine later.
Schmitt: To Be Determine Later? That is a great prize!
McDonald: That's the best contest.
Schmitt: I havent won To Be Determine Later yet, so that's great. Something to look forward to put--
McDonald: I know.
Schmitt: --on the resume: To Be Determine Later Winner...
McDonald: Contest prize later. Who doesnt want to enter?
Schmitt: I would say that who ever make the title for this podcast should be--
McDonald: Then what should be the title be?
Schmitt: Should be... Just put a lot of buzzwords CSS, Ajax, you know. Christopher talks about these things.
McDonald: Give me some best words. Come on. Spit them out.
Schmitt: Put them all in there: CSS, Ajax, PHP, Microformats--
Schmitt: Yeah, we havent really talked about, but we should put that in there, too.
McDonald: Just in case.
Schmitt: Yeah, just in case. Also, put a transcript of what we are talking on the video, too, so Google can index that, too.
So, if you do that I should definitely be walking away with Prize To Be Determined Later.
McDonald: Because its yours?
Schmitt: And I will raise it above my head and just like "Hey!!" and everyone else is jealous.
McDonald: Thank you, Christopher Schmitt, for sitting down and talking with me here in Voices That Matter Conference and enjoy the rest of you stay in Nashville and have a good conference and hopefully we see at the next one.
Schmitt: Thank you so much.