List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

Website Optimization for Search Engines
Session coordinator: Martin Lhoták,  Main Library of the Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
Where: 27. 5. 2004, 8:30 - 12:15, New Auditorium

Content Management: Organizing Information on the Web Pages

Author: Petr Boldiš,  Czech University of Agriculture in Prague, Czech Republic


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The way how to create successful web site is no more in tricks with metadata but in creating a quality content. Despite quality content could be page not listed in result pages of Search engines. The problem could be in information architecture of web site. Usability for Search engines and for our users requires clear navigation menu, clustering the information according its nature and understandable links. The principles of the good web content management consist of:

  • Systematic creating of the whole web presentation
  • Logical dividing of the content
  • Information divided into hierarchy of importance
  • Links as a relation among pages
  • Search and navigation aids for users

About the author

Graduate from the Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship of the Charles University in Prague. Now working at Czech University of Agriculture in Prague.

Other papers in this session:

Why Information Professionals Should Care About Web Search Optimization

Author: Marydee Ojala, ONLINE: The Leading Magazine for Information Professionals, USA

The Role of Information Architecture and Search Engine Optimization in Online Publishing

Author: Marek Prokop, PROKOP software s.r.o., Czech Republic

A Good-quality Document as a Basis for Effective Information Searching

Author: Daniela Tkačíková, VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

User Support in WWW Environment

Author: Jiří Jelínek, University of Economics - Faculty of Management, Czech Republic

Metadata, Semantics and Semantic Web

Author: Vilém Sklenák, University of Economics, Czech Republic

Google Advanced

Author: Ondřej Pečený, Charles University - Institute of Librarianship and Information Studies, Czech Republic

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