As a practicing SEO consultant I heard one doubt from the webmasters as why should they insert the robots.txt file on the root directory of their site. Their point is they don’t need to restrict spiders from any part of their website and why should they insert a file which gives full permission to spiders. What they said is true in developers point of view as we cannot tell or force Search Engine spiders to crawl my website and index it fully. If you really want to do that you need to go for sitemap submission in Google webmaster tools , but that is a different story. Then why should they upload one text file which tells the spiders “you are allowed to access my website” where it is their normal duty?
Problem with seo is that it is too vague area. We can only speculate on what works and what does not. Basically there are five factors that are said to be 70% of the work.
A customer should therefore be able to comfortably remember your domain if they want to refer to the site. Achieving this may need you to have somebody who can critic your options until you arrive at a suitable name. You might be overwhelmed by the numerous options but the idea is to take time and think about it.
When you do visit sites that list Domain hunter gatherer bonus and their details, try to get a domain name that says something about the subject that you have chosen. Many domains with very suggestive and attractive names expire every day. If you don’t find any name you like on your first visit, try again after 12 hours. Keep trying until you do find the domain name that fits your subject matter. Buy it and put up one page on it.
Keyword research helps you determine how your prospects are searching for you and it lets you know which terms are the best chance for reaching the right people. Leave this part out and you pass up sales. Can you afford to do that?
But, if you really want to try this one, you need extensive keyword research, testing, trial and error, and a huge amount of luck. Who knows if it is just luck that you need?