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SEO Tips # 94 – SEO Performance

Performing SEO the way you currently perform now, has delivered a certain result. So if your happy with that result, carry on exactly the same way and you should get very similar results. If you are not happy with your results lately, then you must consider changing the way you do things.

Same action = same result
Different action = new results

Are you looking for new results?

It always amazes me how many months or even years some people will wait only to wonder about some possibly brilliant idea they have, without ever taking action and testing it out. Be sure to test all of your ideas out and don’t wait around like some people do. It’s time to turn your ideas into action.

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SEO Tips # 93

Create a content rich, informational site which is loaded with quality articles, tips, free advice, and tutorials, and keep your options to buy a product very subtle. The number one reason most people go online is to look up information, so the key is to discover high-demand topics for a niche audience and give your audience exactly what they are searching for first. Satisfy their search first and then offer them the option to buy.

When working on your content remember to “flesh it out” in the re-write process with a few additional synonyms of your focused keyword phrase. You want your article highly focused on your topic, but it should not sound Spamy with the same keywords repeatedly used in an un-natural way. Google loves to see synonyms and antonyms and descriptive related text used in your copy so that your content reads well to a human being.

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SEO Tips # 91- Website Contents and Links

Who is your “target audience”? When you write your Web site content, who are you focusing it on?

Have the search engines ever purchased anything from you? Forget the search engines! Focus on your customers! When you write content, write valuable content focused on your customers. Focus on one topic (keyword phrase) only. Your keyword-containing tags should include that one topic (keyword phrase) only. Everything on the page should be focused on that one topic. Prove to the search engine that your page is about that topic. The page will then be very relevant for the topic. But it be valuable for the customers.

Don’t ever create a page just for the search engines. The search engines aren’t and probably won’t ever be your customers. Keep your true customers in mind, and give THEM true value throughout your site and in your content.

Don’t ever give the search engines just one way to find your pages. Put links to new pages on your site map. If there’s a corresponding page on your site that you can use to link to the new page, do so. Mention the new page on your blog. Do you have a directory associated with the particular topic dealing with the content of this new page? Add a link on that page. Just make sure that you give the search engines several ways to find the new pages.

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SEO Tips # 90 – Writing the Content

If you write your content so that it naturally “reads very well,” you will naturally earn some bonus for having created quality content.

That I mean content…that reads well to a human being.

Use moderation in everything you do. One of the things you need to understand is that “theme based” search engines like Google, are actually using a measure of artificial intelligence (AI) to measure how well your article “reads” based on the context of your page and all of the overall data that a search engine has gathered concerning a specific topic.

Artificial intelligence better known as LSI or Latent Semantic Indexing is all about how well the the supporting content and text (other than the keyword phrase) matches the theme of your page. The better your content reads to a human being, the better you will tend to do. This is a natural bonus for people who invest their time in creating well- written, useful content that engages the visitor and satisfies the reason why they searched in the first place.

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SEO Tips # 89 – Keyword Research

Did you know that according to Kelsey Research, as many as 25% of searches online are done for information with the intent of “buying offline” locally.

How can you make use of this in your keyword forensics and behavioral research? Think about it.

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SEO Tips # 88

Did you know that many SEOs wait far too long to take immediate action with
creating new pages for high performance keyword phrases that they discover in their research.

Please don’t let your creative ideas sit too long but…work to implement your
best strategies right away – today.

Ask yourself this?

What were you going to impliment later this week, (that you honestly could do today?) Take action and reap the traffic rewards that are reserved for the quick and the alert.

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SEO Tips # 86 – Comment tags and Robots.txt

Tip # 1:

Don’t stuff keywords in comment tags. Use comment tags in the manner in which the tag was designed to be used — to place comments about the page itself. Don’t put keywords in comment tags at all.

Tip # 2 :

Have you ever felt like you were running low on ideas in Wordtracker?

Try using the tool to look up multiple new synonyms which you can explore further in Wordtracker.

Tip # 3:

Place a robots.txt file on every domain. The first thing a spider looks for when it hits your Web site is a robots.txt file. If it’s looking for that file, put it on your site! Robot Manager Pro is an excellent tool for creating robots.txt files as well as monitoring spider traffic

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SEO Tips # 82 – Image Alt Tags and Sitemap

Tip # 1 :

Do NOT stuff keywords into your image Alt tag. Use the Alt tag only for describing what the image is. Keywords in the Alt tag do NOT influence relevency at all. It is important to use every tag for the purpose it was meant to be used.

Tip # 2 :

Include a link to your site map on every page of your Web site. Many search engine robots look for your sitemap in order to crawl the entire Web site. If you include a link to your sitemap on each page, you are giving the robots easy access to crawl your entire Web site, regardless of which page they come in on.

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SEO Tips # 78 – SEO Analysis and Performance

In all of our efforts to write well for the robots, we must remember to also write well for the human brain. Remember that the human brain likes the
appropriate use of color. The human brain likes text broken down into manageable chunks or clusters that are easy to read and absorb. Write your copy using all of the important SEO principles but be sure to strike a balance.

With practice, you can build pages that are content rich and compelling to read. You can create projects that are pleasing to look at and still score exceptionally well in the rankings.

Another Tip,

Make sure your top scoring high performance pages include a call to action.
This is not difficult or time consuming, but it can make a real difference in
getting results. You can easily provide a visitor with some sort of reason to
take action now.

Did you ever want to check 2 different pages to see how similar
they are? Remember, search engines don’t like duplicate content.

Try this tool:

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SEO Tips # 77 – Increase the Visibility and Traffic

While you are increasing your visibility of your newly optimized content, why not also look for ways to increase response from your current traffic too?

One way to increase “business response” with your current traffic is to offer
a special promotion. This could be a seasonal promotion, a special offer or a
discount on a product featured prominently on your home page. Offer something that is popular at the right price, but don’t offer too many choices.

Increasing sales with your current traffic is just as nice as bringing in new
traffic. When deciding what you will do, offer something priced for the
spontaneous buyer.

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