How to increase search engine rankings.
Improving the Title tag is one technique. The appearance of key words within the web page title is one of the biggest factors. It's surprising how many web sites have simple titles like "Home Page", "My web page" that don't utilize keywords at all. In fact, it's not unusual to see whole many web sites that use the same title on every page in the site.
The title tag is the single most important of content for people who search.
The description tag is not nearly as important as the title.
However, it does have some value. Write it as a summary and keep it under thirty words.
Keyword is more important for website.
Web Crawlers in Search engine web crawlers constantly check for new content on web site. This affects how your website ranks in search results. A blog strategy for most sites - each blog post has its own URL and is an easy way to add new fresh content to your website. Always update it then you can train search engines to index your site several times a day.
People like site maps, and so do search engines.
Make sure that the site map is available from the homepage that it is presented in a text-based format, and that it is kept up to date.
Web Crawlers can confuse when Multiple URLs for the same site. A common mistake is to have different URLs for the home page. One is what you type in a search engine, like www.jobs2india.com.
Search engines don't like Flash either, and find it very hard to index Flash-based pages.
You don't need a dynamic website unless you have dynamic content. You may store your website in a database but you're better off publishing it as a static HTML website. It's cheaper, the pages will download faster, and search engines will find it easier to index your website.
Long URLs can hurt natural search optimization and aren't user-friendly (beware of long strings of characters often found product pages on ecommerce sites).
Frames are a very bad idea.
As a rule you should have alternative text for every image. Make sure you use descriptive, care word-rich text.