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We are not harnessing physics this time. You can t grasp it with your hand. You grasp it with your mind. Thus the eld of informational design,1 which parallels that of industrial design, does not develop handles, but rather what I call Mindles ( rst syllable rhymes with mind ), which allow us to better grasp information with both halves of our minds. In his famous 1976 book, The Sel sh Gene, Richard Dawkins de ned the meme (rhymes with dream), as a societal analog of the gene.2 Examples of memes include such concepts as the alphabet, farming techniques, and the wheel.
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So spamming a search engine isn t the best idea in the world. When you are caught spamming one, the penalties will differ according to the search engine, but most will delist you from search results. Being delisted isn t the worst thing in the world that could happen to your site. In most cases, you can get your site reincluded. It may take an explanation to the search engine of the tactic you employed, why you employed it, and how you corrected it, followed by resubmission to the index. Then it could take a couple of months (or longer) to get reincluded. Then you have to work your way back to the top of the results. The whole process could take six months to a year or longer. Time is a valuable commodity when you re talking about the Internet and the possibilities that it brings to your revenues. Time lost on the Internet is easily as expensive as if you had a bricks-andmortar store that you just didn t open on one of the busiest days of the week. What s at stake makes it especially worrisome that you could possibly spam a search engine and not know it. It wouldn t be intentional, but the results would be the same. So, how do you avoid this How do you rank well without falling into the black hole that leads to search engine spam That s an easy question to answer, really. There s only one way to avoid accidently (or purposely) ending up labeled as a spammer. Build your web site for your audience and not for a search engine. Really, it s that simple. Here s why: The purpose of a search engine is to find, index, and serve content to people who use the search engine to find something. The search engine s target audience is those people. And in an effort to do the best job possible for those people, it s going to look at every page it indexes in the scope of what s best for the searcher. So, if you approach creating your web site in the same manner that a search engine approaches serving content to its users, your goals will automatically align. And that natural alignment will keep you out of trouble with search engines. You should already know how to design your web site with the user in mind. But you can keep a few guidelines in mind to make search engines see that your site is exactly what searchers are looking for: Provide users with unique relevant content. The most important element of your site is probably the content that you put on it. Provide the information that users need to help them understand, compare, or make decisions. Make it useful, and users (and crawlers) will love you. Use links appropriately. You want a good balance of links into and out of your site. You can t necessarily control all of the links that come into your site, but you can influence them by participating in your industry. And when you build links that lead away from your page, make sure they take users to other sites that are relevant and useful.
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Some Web sites have a natural hierarchy to them, with their pages effortlessly falling into place. Others, however, take a bit of elbow grease to mold into a structure that makes sense for visitors navigating the site. Here s a makeover in which you reorganize your Web site and transform it into a structure that your visitors don t need to be Magellans to navigate. For the book example, I reorganize the Web site of a nonprofit organization known as Operation Classroom. (The Web site s Can t-See-the-Forest-for-the-Trees look is captured in the schematic diagram to the right.) Feel free to follow along with this example.
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