As a result of reading of photographers concerns with search engine optimization for their websites - and their realizing the need to have relevant text in their webpage source code so that the page has content that can be used for search engine and search directory indexing - and the renewed efforts at Sitemaps - and a false confidence that a Splash page will be all that's necessary to get their website recognized by popular search engines . . .
. . . tonight I have just spent the last couple of hours coding a simple webpage that just may OPEN YOUR EYES as to what textual content is really on your webpage. I designed the application to extract the common Page Title, Meta Description, and Meta Keywords which are phrases that most are aware of . . .
. . . but what we don't often know about our webpage, is what it looks like if all of the html, php, and other tags are stripped out of the Page Source code that we see when we click on "View Source" in our web browser. In actual fact it is this stripped down webpage text that search engines extract and use for indexing your website in their directories.
GIVE IT A TRY _ IT IS EDUCATIONAL _ and may just help you to take a different approach to how your webpage is put together so that you can benefit from lots of appropriate keywords and keyphrases.
Just Click Here:http://rwwebhost.com/viewsource.php
Please keep in mind, that I threw this script together quickly. It is accurate and thorough, but I have not built in complex algorithms that would extract ALT content in the IMG tags. Different search engines may allow more text than I have with my algorithm, or they may not allow all that I have allowed. What I have done is simply strip out every tag leaving behind the text in between. I was actually shocked at how little usable text was available on some of the webpages that I tested the script on while building it.