Posts Tagged Keywords

New Ideas in Wordtracker Tools – Keyword Hunting

Next time you are looking for new ideas in Wordtracker to attract more traffic, try thinking beyond “keyword hunting.” Of course you want to find those great money keywords, but also thing about exploring “topics” that would fit into your site’s interests.

Have you ever researched which “tools” are in the highest demand?
Have you ever researched “behaviorally related” action words?
Have you ever thought about researching a specific color?
Have you ever thought about research a specific “price” or “price range?”
Use Wordtracker to explore every tiny little boring bit of human dialogue.

Sometimes the tiniest little boring root word, can open up huge “windows of opportunity?” Why don’t more people discover the gold that is in there? Usually because they tend to guess at keywords rather than understand the power of exploring data.

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SEO Tips # 130 – Google Fight (Fun)

Have you wondered about which keyword phrase is listed more often
in Google?

At Google Fight, you can type in two competing key phrases and see
which one is listed more often in the Google database. Have fun!
http://www.googlefight.com

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SEO Tips # 114 – Meta Description Tags

Your description tags should be around maximum of 150 characters,
including spaces. In your description, use your keyword phrase
prominently and make a description of the page using important
keywords that are actually contained within your readable Web copy.

Mix in a little creativity but ensure that your description reads very clearly and also contains a reason to take action.

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SEO Tips # 113 – Keyword Prominence in Title Tag

keyword prominence in your title tag which should be around 8-10 words long, or shorter (Maximum of 75 characters, including spaces).

Also remember the value of moving benefits up into the Title tag and creating a compelling title that reads well satisfies the searcher’s initial query.

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SEO Tips #111 – SEO Keyword Tags

Look closely at the <head> section of your Web page.  The subject, author, copyright, and publisher tags are NOT meant  to be used as places to stuff keywords. This is called spam.
Never put keywords into these tags in an attempt to influence ranking. You are better to get rid of the tags altogether.

They’re not needed on your pages, (even if you’re using them correctly.)

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SEO Tips # 103 – Comment Tags in SEO

Never use your keywords stuffed in a comment tag. It will not serve
any useful purpose and comment tags have not contributed to
relevancy in a long time.

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SEO Tips # 102 – Piece of SEO Pie

You don’t have to use your keyword phrase in your domain name. That may be a revelation to some folks, but the keyword phrase in your domain name is just one “piece of the SEO pie,” and an insignificant piece at that. There are over 100 pieces of the pie that go into what makes up the ranking of a page. Adobe is #1 out of 3 billion results for the keyword phrase “click here.” Why? Because of off-page factors, not because “click here” is in their domain name.

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SEO Tips # 96 – Google Hilighter for Keywords

One quick and easy way to see how you are using your keyword phrase “visually” at a glance, is to enter your main keyword phrase into Google’s tool bar and turn on the “hilighter” option. This highlights every instance of your phrase as it is being used on the page. You can glance at it briefly and visually spot where ever you may be over-using any keyword.

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SEO Tips # 65 – Heading Tags in SEO

FACT: Did you know that using your keyword phrase in heading text is still
influential? Of course you did. But did you also know that there is no difference
between the relevancy influence in H1 H2 H3 H4 and H5?

Tip: Don’t over-use the H1 heading tag.

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SEO Tips #56 – SEO Importance for Contents

In your last or current project, are you creating content that your visitor will be GLAD that they found? It’s good to examine our own work from time to time. Give it some thought and be brutally honest with yourself.

Are you creating that immediately assists in filling a specific search for information.

-Content of true merit.
-Something useful.
-Content that you can feel proud you created.
-Something helpful.
-Content of a nature that is so helpful, others may even want to
link to it or Blog about it?

Never get tired of exploring new ways to add value to your work and in the future, you’ll notice that much of the junky pages that are thrown together by Spammers in a rush, will simply no longer be able to compete. Not in value, not in ranking and not in productivity.

But the content you create shall stand the test of relevancy for many years.

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