Free Ways to Optimize your Search Engine Placement
Judy Cullins © 2003 All Rights Reserved
1. Include your best key words and phrases in the opening paragraph
of each article you submit to ePublishers and top Web sites. Search
engines pick up these and you get higher in the top search engines.
Expand your keywords through visiting www.goodkeywords.com. When
you are in the top 10, many more people will visit your Web site.
2. Include your best key words in your title bar just below your
banner on your home page.For instance, "Book writing, book
publishing, and book marketing." Apply this idea to your service
3. Include various key words at the top of your home page in headlines,
and on all other important pages. From the links (navigational bars)
such as "teleclasses," "seminars," "coaching
information," or "media page," your visitor will
click to your sales information for each topic. At the top will
be your headline loaded with appropriate key words.
His basic optimizing strategy is to build a content-rich site,
with a lot of articles and pages about the theme of your product
or service. A large content-rich site is useful because each one
of these pages serves as a mini-website attracting searchers looking
for various aspects of your offerings. Also, the more content you
have, the higher the page ranking and the better the placement your
site will get in search results. This is a crucial factor if you
are in a very competitive category.
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