This is search engine optimization tip number nineteen in our continuing series of tips from search engine optimization company Vizion Interactive. All of our search engine optimization tips meant to be very specific, they should not take a lot of time to fix or review (to check to see if you are following the search engine optimization best practices), and will be rather “short and sweet” and directly to the point. In fact, this search engine optimization tip is short: it’s about what I would call “code bloat”. You do not want to have fat web pages that are full of code. For SEO purposes, we want thin web pages: pages that are light on code.
Not following along with our Search Engine Optimization Tips? Our last search engine optimization tip, search engine optimization tip 18, was about linking within sentences. The SEO tip before that, search engine optimization tip 17, was about links and your reputation and finding additional links to your site by searching at your favorite search engine for your name or your company name. The SEO tip before that was about creating a breadcrumb trail on your site. To find the previous search engine optimization tips, take a look at one of my previous SEO tips; you should find some links there. All of these “search engine optimization tips” are things I look at when analyzing a site or optimizing it for the search engines. Keep in mind, though, that this is only the beginning. There are a lot more search engine optimization tips coming in the future. In fact, to keep up with these SEO tips you might want to subscribe to our SEO RSS Feed.
and end with . Essentially, you’ll want to copy everything (including the script and ending with script) and save it in a text file named something.js (whereas something in the filename describes what that script does. The filename doesn’t really matter, but naming it with a memorable name will help you in the future.
After you have saved your html file, go to that web page on your web site. The code will have been moved out of your html page and your html pages won’t suffer from what I call “code bloat” which ultimately hurts your search engine optimization. The more you can focus the content in your html files the better.
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