Need a higher ranking in the search engines? SignPoster can help you analyze, optimize and submit your site to search engines like Google, AltaVista, FAST, Inktomi and millions more to help your site get more search engine traffic.
Version: 4.3.6Need a higher ranking in the search engines? SignPoster can help you analyze, optimize and submit your site to search engines like Google, AltaVista, FAST, Inktomi and millions more to help your site get more search engine traffic.
License: Free To Try $69.99
Operating System: Windows
SignPoster can suggest keywords as you type, analyze the structure and content of your site, tell you what needs to be changed to get higher rankings (or even do it for you!) as well as many more advanced features.
AutoRenew can check for, download and install new updates when they become available (which are free for the life of the product) and the Support Wizard can put you in direct contact with a technical support representative. SignPoster's layout is logical and simple, making it easy to learn and use the software. A concise but comprehensive help file is also provided. You can even customize the reports and doorway pages that SignPoster produces.
SignPoster supports the Dublin Core metadata standard. This standard is becoming increasingly important to search engines and SignPoster is the only web promotion software to support it.
SignPoster can automatically fix problems with your metatags. SignPoster can automatically fix numerous problems with metatags, saving your the laborious task of doing it yourself.
SignPoster's doorway pages include lists of keywords and lists of links within your site. A list structure containing keywords clearly identifies key search terms for your page and links to other pages within your site helps increase your site's link popularity rating.
Search engine submission:
SignPoster will warn you if you try to re-submit a page too soon. SignPoster remembers how often you submit individual pages, and will alert you if you try to re-submit too often since search engines disapprove of this.