So Schema.org and web components are about to change the way we make, build and concept websites going into 2015 and beyond. With that in mind another small SEO project I have started with my good buddy and Mediative’s Best SEO and self coined Search Engine Overlord, Trevor Martin is the fictitious SEO tag called BUNie pronounced [buhn-ee].
How the Tag Works
The default tag alone does very little but it has the potential to hop, skip, jump, burrow or cuddle, examples below;
‘Hopping’ through the Tag
<bunIE id=’hop’>First Keyword, Second Keyword, Third Keyword, Fourth Keyword</bunIE>
The hop function instructs the search engine to focus on every other keyword, above in bold we can see the words the hop function will ask the Search Engine to focus on.
‘Skipping’ through the Tag
<bunIE id=’skip’>First Keyword, Second Keyword, Third Keyword, Fourth Keyword</bunIE>
The skip function instructs the search engine to focus on the opposite terms from hop, above in bold we can see the words the skip function will ask the Search Engine to focus on.
‘Jumping’ over the Tag
<bunIE id=’jump’>Jump over all keywords within this tag</bunIE>
The jump function instructs the search engine to ignore the entire content of the tag.
‘Burrowing’ through the tag
<bunIE id=’burrow’><a href=”http://bunnies.com” title=”Everyone Loves Bunnies”>Bunnies.com</a></bunIE>
The burrow function acts like a rel=”nofollow” but is the opposite and instructs the search engine to dig, dig, dig! This will highlight the hole in the site as a burrow for success and also a high value link.
‘Cuddling’ two bunIE tags
<bunIE id=’cuddle’>Content that likes to cuddle</bunIE>…<bunIE id=’cuddle’>Content that likes to be cuddled</bunIE>
We all love a good cuddle and who wouldn’t want to cuddle a <bunIE> tag?
So we all can see the importance of bunnies and SEO, also this is a joke so please don’t start adding this code to your site, that being said Trevor and I will be writing to the internet to have this pretty epic concept written into the annals and released in the next update of the internet, which happens each year on December 25th in honor of Santa and all the hard work he does.