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Best Kayak Fishing Tips – Angling in Stealth

There are a few kayak fishing tips that you are going to have to practice to ensure that you have both a safe day, as well as a fun and successful day out on the water. Kayak fishing is quickly growing in popularity, and more and more questions come up about how to properly rig a kayak, or what gear to take with them, but the best kayak fishing tip that anyone can give you, is to remain safe, and to keep a safety conscious mindset about you at all times. Making it home at the end of the day is what makes a fishing trip successful.

The best, and most important tip that any angler can offer up for you, is to wear your life vest. You can’t just go and purchase any off the shelf life vest either; you must make sure that the device will hold you face up in the water in the event that you become unconscious, until you either wake up, or someone comes to your rescue. Accidents can happen anywhere when you are on the water, even in water only a few inches deep, so ensuring that you have the proper safety vest, as well as wearing it, is going to make sure that you make it home at the end of the day.

Once you have gotten over the fact that you have to wear your life vest at all times, you are going to want to begin thinking about the rigging of your kayak. For rigging, the best tip that I can give you, is to make sure everything is strapped down well. You do not want to be over deep water, and have the boat tip over without your gear being strapped down. Anything that is loose must have a leash on it, or you will be replacing it in the event that you dump your kayak.

Lastly, if you are fishing in open water, you are going to want to make sure you are completely visible from every angle. Using a 3 foot long piece of PVC pole with a metallic orange flag, as well as some silver metallic paint around the pipe will give you the best chances at being seen from a good distance. Getting the glare from the metallic tape and flag when it hits the sun will get the attention of boaters and jet skiers in your area, alerting them of your presence. This means that they have a much longer time to react to where you are located.

6 Great Search Engine Ranking Tips For Your Site

If you are preoccupied with learning how SEO works then understanding search engine (SE) ranking principles should be a priority. Where you rank in search results can define your place in the business world especially today when almost everything is going global or electronic.

Here are six search engine ranking tips to get you on your way. Some are general but this piece speaks specifically to Google for two main reasons: firstly Google is one of the most commonly used SE and; secondly, different SE’s may have rules that are particular to them so (word limit in mind) not all can be covered.

Tip 1: Get Links that lead persons to your page. The more sites with links to your page the better, especially if Google deems them as important

Tip 2: Watch what you insert here: tags in the . Your page’s title tag has a lot to do with where you fall on a search list. “Home” and “Directory” may not help you at all so make sure your titles are specific enough to carry weight, a page title “6 Great Search Engine Ranking Tips For you” will do better than just “Tips”.

Tip 3: Content is important to Google. In fact, it pays more attention to keyword density than most SE’s do. It is recommended that you achieve a keyword density between 2% to 3% for your articles. In the average in an article of 500 words a keyword density of about 2-2.5% can be reached by using the keyword in the title, first line, once in each paragraph and in the conclusion.

Tip 4: Add keywords to your links. Instead of “enter”, “proceed” or “select” try “search engine ranking tips” to boost your sites probability of being spotted by Google. Even if your site does not have a page by that title, with such a link once the keywords or phrase entered on a search engine is “search engine ranking tips” you may get a hit.

Tip 5: Opt for descriptions instead of Meta tags, other search engines may use them but Google does not so they won’t aid your SEO positioning.

Tip 6: Tag photos and images used on your site. Where Google is concerned, ALT tags can give you an edge in rankings. ALT or alternative tags can replace your images in browsers that cannot show them: browsers for the visually impaired will verbalize tags while browsers unable to display the image added will show the tag. A site with an image demonstrating HTML coding for a page title with the tag “Screenshot of HTML page title coding steps” ranks higher on Google than the same image without a tag.

These search engine ranking tips are simple enough to follow once you know what they are asking of you. Do research to find out other tips not just for Google but other SE’s since you want to extend your reach to whatever SE people are using. Google may be extremely popular but it is not the only search engine so do not limit yourself.