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The Google guidelines
The Google webmaster guidelines are a set of suggested practices provided by Google. The most basic step of SEO is to follow them. These articles explain the guidelines one by one.
Text is well understood by search engines, images are not. If you use images for important links on your page, they might not be understood or recognized as well as text is.
Dynamic pages must be able to be understood by Google. They face special challenges which are described in this guideline.
Don't be mean. Adding viruses, trojans, or other badware to your webpages is a sure fire way to lose trust, traffic, and ranking.
Make sure that your web server correctly supports the If-Modified-Since HTTP header. This feature directs your web server to tell Google if your content has changed since we last crawled your site. Supporting this feature saves you bandwidth and overhead.
Keyword stuffing is not only bad for your users, it is against the Google guidelines. Using keywords over and over unnaturally will not please your users.
It is very easy to add all kinds of content to Google. This guidelines tells you how.