About Ralph Tegtmeier

Ralph Tegtmeier is the co-founder and principal of fantomaster.com GmbH (Belgium), < http://fantomaster.com/ >, a company specializing in webmasters software development, industrial-strength cloaking and search engine positioning services.

He has been a web marketer since 1994 and is editor-in-chief of fantomNews, a free newsletter focusing on search engine optimization, available at: < http://Fantomaster.com/fantomnews-sub.html > You can contact him at mailto:fneditor@fantomaster.com
To WAP or Not to WAP
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WAP: “Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open, global specification that empowers mobile users with wireless devices to easily access and interact with information and services instantly.”

How to Use Invisible Text Without Being Penalized by the Search Engines

Contrary to what is generally circulated as accepted knowledge among search engine gurus, you can actually put a fair amount of invisible text on your web page without being penalized for it by search engines.

How To Recognize a Good Automatic Search Engine Submitter

A good automatic submission program is quite undetectable if you do it right. So what constitutes a “good” submitter? To qualify, the program must:

Building Doorway Domains for Optimized Search Engine Positioning

Doorway pages have been around for a long time and most people trying for search engine optimization are more or less familiar with them. To recapitulate: a classical doorway page is focused on a certain keyword or search phrase, carrying highly optimized text, pertinent meta tags, title, etc. It is submitted to the search engines to achieve better rankings. When human visitors hit the page, they are required to click a link to get to the site proper.

Achieving Top Rankings With the Search Engines

It’s “promote, promote, promote” all the way. Cut up your activities into small, easy to handle chunks.

Search Engine Index Flux and Rank Checking

Like so many other search engine optimization agents, we, too, have found all ranking checkers we tested, including the market leaders, to be highly inaccurate at times, though not consistently so, which of course only makes matters worse. And which is why we finally resorted to writing our own server based, customized solution.

The Wisenut Framejob

Freshly launched new Google contender Wisenut has met with a good deal of preliminary applause: to date, the media buzz has focused on their lean-and-mean, no-frills interface, their huge database (approximately 1.5 billion webpages), and their highly relevant results. What no commentator we are aware of seems to have covered in a critical manner, however, is their peculiar “Sneak-a-Peek” function. When clicked, this opens a textarea like window immediately under the search result displaying the targeted web page.