Solving the Problem of Siloing a Website

For the last few weeks we have been sleeping, drinking and eating Silos and Late Semantic Indexing (LSI). But before we can wrap up on his important technique of internet marketing it is prudent to consider it in a realistic context of Search Engine (SE) crawling. You could structure your website with the best of siloing CMS (Content Management System) and still not get the high SE Ranking Position anticipated. And this is not at all because the SEs do not find your website relevant to your optimized keywords. On the contrast, as discussed, siloing makes the website nearly super optimized.

Rather it is because the SEs do not find your web-pages and as a result you are not indexed. And as you should know, if you are not indexed you are as good as non existent as far as SE are concerned. So the question that comes to mind then is why are your pages not indexed?

SEs have a program that scouts the internet for web pages, takes a copy of these pages and sends them back to the SEs database for indexing. It is these criteria that are used in sorting out the ranking for different pages as regards a particular search query. The scouting program is often referred to as SE crawler, bot or spider.

These spiders have been known to be very quick in indexing homepages. But they are also known to be rather shy in indexing the deep tier pages. This is technically referred to as deep crawling. By the very nature of siloing, a CMS or other siloed structured websites will tend to have many tiers. A tier is the structural level of a page as measured by the number of clicks it is from the homepage. For example a first tier page will be only one click from the homepage. While a third tier page will be three click or links away from the homepage. Siloing can result in even more than five tiers.

As deep crawling takes time and resources, SE bots reserve deep crawling to "important sites". So the reason your web pages will not be indexed is because the bot bumps on to tiers but does not find you describing of a deep crawl. Basically the tactic that was meant to increase your traffic just sent to you not even being indexed, leave alone getting traffic.

The good news is that there is a solution. You encourage the bots to deep crawl by increasing you web pages importance or popularity. Specifically this means you will need to get other websites to link to your site. Technically it means you need to increase your pages Page Rank. And this is a whole different topic. …

The Challenges of a Software Engineer

While it's true that the engineer is also a programmer, and there are some design duties included in the core job functions, there are also some very fundamental, critical differences in the manner in which software engineers, programmers, and designers complete their work. Many engineers would also argue that there is a marked difference in the quality and performance of the products they produce as well.

Software engineer jobs take a more formal approach to the process of programming software. The manner in which engineers complete their work is much more similar to traditional engineering processes than it is to software programming or designing methods.

Software engineers are often involved in the most complex of design or programming activities. Though every day, run of the mill programs can be designed by less skilled people, many programs can not be trusted to just any old programmer.

For example, programs that control important processes – especially in circumstances where human lives may be lost if an error occurs in a program – are primarily the realm of highly skilled software engineers. After all, you do not want the software that runs a key piece of medical equipment or that which drives the operating system of a nuclear submarine to fail.

This is perhaps the most challenging aspect of design engineer jobs with which incumbents must constantly contend. They are tasked with including the smooth and efficient operations of incredibly complex and sometimes frightening processes with computer enhanced systems.

Design engineers are tasked not only with creating a software program that will serve the basic needs of a business, organization, or other client, but they must also foresee the potential pitfalls associated with the program as well. They must be able to grasp the technological concepts of the methods or practices with which the program is intended to interface and design the software appropriately for the highly technical, and often potentially dangerous, environment in which it will be used.

Although the average programmer or designer may be able to afford a few minor glitches, for those working in design engineer jobs, there is often no such thing as a minor glitch. Of the software fails, the consequences can be great. The pressure that design engineers face on a daily basis is splendid for this very reason.

Software engineers also face some other unique challenges in the IT world. They must often complete a lot more paperwork than most IT professionals. Once again remaining true to the engineering trade, software engineers will draft designs, test them for quality, integrity and performance, and will frequently redesign them several times before moving from paper or prototypes to the real deal. In fact, many of those who work in software engineer jobs will spend as much as 70 – 80% of their time dealing with paperwork and only 20 – 30% actually writing code for the software itself. …

Designing the Easy Way to Manage a Website

The basic idea behind building an ideal website should be intensive and comprehensive planning encompassing website design and maintenance. Often ignored this website essential- maintenance can cost dearer to organizations failing to follow this basic rule while designing and developing the website. Beside this it is also crucial to think about performance of the website while developing it. But people think that it is hard to launch a website and it is very easy to maintain it. These thoughts can lead to a disaster, when not taken care while developing a website.

But you can definitely follow some golden rules while designing a new website making provision for maintaining the website with easy to edit features for changing and updating the content consistently. The main benefit of easily manageable website is that it saves on your precious time, as it is always said, “Time is money.”

Ruling tenet:

So what do you need to do, to design an easy to manage website,

  • Prima facie, you need a user friendly easy access for editing your content and website.
  • Keep in mind that for updating your website you should need to implement least updates.
  • It should be easy to use and implement technologies for developing website.