engine optimization is a technique that works every time.
first step to making your Site work for the search engines is to develop a
list of relevant keywords and phrases.
This list should contain words or phrases directly associated with your products and services. When developing your search engine optimization list, think of the keywords and search phrases that typical prospects might use. Consider the fact that these search terms and phrases you add to your search engine optimization list may not all be industry terms but also might be more common words and phrases.
If your Site contains pages with varying 'content' because you offer a variety of products and/or services, you may want to develop a search engine optimization list of keywords and phrases for each page on your Site (rather than the Site as a whole). All of this will make more sense once I explain search engine optimization in greater detail.
Remember that I stressed that top page ranking and top search engine results are a result of relevancy to the content of each page?
that I already discussed that major search engines depend on relevant
content to deliver relevant results?
To know the keywords people are actually entering to find your Site, its products and services, I highly recommend using what many professionals use - WordTracker. You might try the WordTracker free trial, or you may choose to subscribe for a day or a week. The cost is minimal.
WordTracker tracks all the most-entered keywords and phrases associated with your business while it suggests others to add to your list. These keywords and phrases are what you need to get started with search engine optimization.
To help you start thinking about the right keywords, search terms and phrases, you might want to try the Overture keyword and search term suggestion tool. It's free and fast though not nearly as good, and, I feel, not as accurate as WordTracker.
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