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Promoting Your Website Using Keyword-Rich Language
Home Computers & Technology Search Engine Optimization
By: Patrick Bardman Email Article
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Becoming visible on the Web is valuable if you are attracting potential customers and there may be a lot of competition in the rankings. A keyword selection tool is needed when composing the marketing copy that will appear on your landing pages so more emphasis can be placed on high-click keywords. Some companies may become aware of more keywords as they keep their keyword studies up-to-date.

Putting together marketing content gives website owners a chance to use the power of language to bring the world to their doorsteps. The terms appearing on the landing pages will in theory satisfy the needs of the person browsing the Web organically, so this is a very straightforward way to hang out your shingle and a low-cost way to advertise. The pay-per-click listings (or AdWords) are at the top and right-hand side of the browser, while the organic listings are inside those borders, ten listings per page.

Website owners usually start collecting keyword statistics from the beginning to run pay-per-click ads and then think about organic traffic and putting work into an SEO campaign for the long-term. Promotion is akin to information in the organic world; the search engine is impartial and doesn't care about claims to high quality and hype…the spider's mission is to read what's there so the website owner must make sure the text describes what can be found on the pages accurately.

Guesswork shouldn't guide the way when learning about Internet keywords; statistics should be on hand so that you can judge the weight of various search terms. The suggested method is to use the free trial version of a professional SEO software package, like Web CEO and keep renewing it after it expires. Web CEO has a great keyword tool and you only need to copy the results and paste it onto a spreadsheet.

One philosophy when doing internet marketing is to avoid endless repetition: three appearances of a phrase effectively gives full coverage so the effort should be made to think of other ways of saying the same thing. Synonyms can help widen the language spectrum and of course you will want to have a peek at the source code of your competitors' site in case they have a keyword string in their HTML full of juicy terms you hadn't thought of. It's a free world in that regard since they can't copyright the industry keywords. You can't copy their sentences and paragraphs but you can pinch their keywords.

Your goals in web development are to increase visitor traffic, to convert sales, and to engage the visitor for as long as possible. Search Engine Optimization efforts will be better if visitors stay navigating through the site for a long time. It indicates that they are having success finding the content they had been looking for. This fact scores highly for the website, for it can be counted on again in the future to answer a similar query.

An internet marketing company will have SEO services as well as PPC but it's possible to do much of this personally, as there is no license or highly-specialized training required to carry out SEO on some level. It does take many hours and some writing enthusiasm so busy company owners may find it more productive to hire a professional company with a proven system and staff writers to keep the material coming. The SEO articles can double as blog entries back on the website.

Pat Boardman is an SEO Consultant writing in respect to Toronto Web Development and Internet marketing company Greener Marketing Canada.

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Good start but I felt there could have been more depth to the information as to where and what. Such as- 'and of course you will want to have a peek at the source code of your competitors' site in case they have a keyword string in their HTML full of juicy terms you hadn't thought of. It's a free world in that regard since they can't copyright the industry keywords. You can't copy their sentences and paragraphs but you can pinch their keywords.' Great idea but how do you do that? Just a thought!
January 13, 2012 12:18:43

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