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If you hope to get a load of returning visitors, you have to have content that poeple like and tell their friends about, and keep updating it with new things that make people want to keep going to it, and it’s gotta look good.
The better looking, the more people want to be affiliated with it. Also, make friends, and share links. Join web rings, give the links to your friends who are interested, and an interactive element like a message board, or such, will (if handled correctly) keep people coming back.
1. Link to other pages, and have them link to you.
2 Use relevant META tags for keywords and description
3. Submit the site to: = http://www.coolsiteoftheday.com/
……………. Add your URL to google = http://www.google.com/addurl.html =
4. Announce your website in many online forums.
5. Register your url with google and as many other search engines as possible.
6. Update your site often to have repeat visistors.
7. Add your url in your email signature.
8. Do a search on google, then at the bottom of the page is “Disatisfied with results? Help us improve” link. Just fill out the info. and the spiders will go to your site.
9. Add your url to your business card and pass them out.
10. Put a link in your signatues so that every email/post you make will be seen by search engine bots and taken into account. Be sure that it’s properly labeled “+18 Warning” if the link goes to adult material.
Add it here = http://dmoz.org
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Relevant Search Engine Keywords and SEO
Search engine spiders have a very complex system for determining page relevancy and only Google knows exactly what they all are.
Some have been figured out but in time many of them can suddenly change. The copy on your page and how it is used is extremely important. Once upon a time you could just “load” your page with reoccurring keywords but as the spiders got “smarter” they now look to see if your words appear natural.
There are over 100 different aspects to search engine rankings so learn and test as many as you can. Remember, no site is ever perfect you can only strive to make it better with each change.
Relevant Search Engine Keywords and SEO
Go go for lexingtoncleaningservices.com
Keywords found in domain name are used by Google to rank a website within search engine results pages (SERP). But this is just one of the few hundreds of signals Google uses to qualify websites for a given keyword combination.
But although marketers tend to overstate the importance of keywords in domain name, you shouldn’t overlook it!
A savvy investigation in Google AdWords reveals how many local searches are performed per month for the following interesting variations:
—668 lexington cleaning services
—440 cleaning service lexington ky
—346 cleaning services lexington ky
Note: 15% of those requests are performed from mobile devices, so you could offer those roaming customers a coupon.
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Edit your business information to add (in a user-readable way) keywords people are likely to look for to find a handyman close to their home. Leave no stone unturned. Every sentence should be relevant to that regard is you want search engines to properly associate your business profile to search queries.
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1) Because it tells you all you need to know about SEO in 32 pages only.
2) Because it’s coming from… Google itself.
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Incidentally, informed Google AdWords advertiser since its inception in 2004
Relevant Search Engine Keywords and SEO
The new word in SEO is “Authority”
Over the last two years Google has been making a shift in their algorithm where they are now emphasizing “Authority” web sites. What I mean by “Authority” is that the web site is given “Authority” from other web sites and from Google itself.
“Authority” is gained through the following items:
– Web 2.0
Content — Google loves lots of good fresh content. Your web site needs to have lots of good relevant content targeted towards the keywords you are optimizing for. You need to be adding new content on a regular basis so your content is changing and not growing stale. With lots of good fresh relevant content, Google will see your web site as a resource for the keywords you are optimizing for and give your web site “Authority” over web sites that do not have a lot of targeted content, or no new content has been added or their content is growing old because it hasn’t been updated in months.
Links — Google looks at the number of links pointed at your web site, to what pages they point to, and for what anchor text is being targeted in those links. In-bound links that are one-way (to you only — not reciprocal) give your web site “Authority”. Google sees these one-way in-bound links as votes that your content is good enough for another web site to link to you.
Most link exchanges will not give you the value you need to gain “Authority” from Google. It is the same as exchanging votes for each other, however, there can be value if the web site you exchange with has more “Authority” than you. The link (a major endorsement if it comes from a highly ranked web site) to you will transfer some of the “Authority” of the more important web site to you.
The number and quality of one-way in-bound links to you is one of the most important factors in getting your web pages to rank higher.
When optimizing web pages for specific keywords, you will need anchor text links pointing to you using those same keywords you have optimized for. An example of anchor text would be “training Golden Retrievers” for a web page you have created about, you guessed it, training Golden Retrievers.
Web 2.0 — Who doesn’t know about the Web 2.0 explosion. Web 2.0 is all about video, social networking web sites (My Space, Facebook, etc), blogging and social bookmarking web sites ( del.icio.us, Furl, Stumbleupon, Digg, etc). Google loves new cutting edge technology and they love video and social networking web sites, hey, remember they bought You Tube for a few $billion!!
Creating video and using social networking , blog sites and bookmarking web sites is the newest way to leverage the “Authority” Google has given these types of web sites. If your content can be found on these types of web sites, your content will be given more “Authority” than the same type of content that cannot be found on web 2.0 web sites.
Consider these three points and determine if you are doing everything you can to rank higher in Google. Remember “Authority” is the key for SEO for Google.
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