How does search engine see your website?

Search engines collects data by spiders (aka crawlers/bots), they crawl your sites content and indexes them. The visual appearance of your site is different from what these spiders see. You should consider your site’s navigation and content that it can be indexed by these spiders to guarantee getting those pages show in search results. If you have a javascript or flash menu navigation, make sure you have a sitemap. Having a site navigation that can be crawled can get you a higher web site traffic. Try checking your site if it can be navigated with a text browser with popular text browser Lynx for Windows.

Example of how this page appears in a the eyes of a search spider.

Lynx Text Browser
Lynx Text Browser