I know it's a lot of work. I know that you'd rather find a shortcut. I understand that you don't have time to do this much work. So, start with the ones that are the absolute best matches for your site and move on from there. Every week, do a couple more. You gradually cover more and more of your target markets, because that's what keywords are. … [Read more...] about How many search keywords can I target per page?
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Well, yes. You should explain those things. But after you do, you have only enlightened the neophyte a tiny amount.But when I explain to them that search keywords are their primary means of market segmentation for search marketing, they bring a enormous amount of knowledge to the party. Because marketers know what market segments are. And they know what to do with them. … [Read more...] about Search keywords are market segments
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You should also be integrating location keywords into your local listing content. According to Young, keywords placed in business titles and when discussing the location of the business have a 19.6 percent impact on local search performance. You should look to use location keywords throughout the Google listing including in the title tag, H1 heading and URL. These keywords not only let Google know when your business is relevant, they also let customers know that this business is local. … [Read more...] about 4 Steps to Optimizing Local Search With Google
To use the Hunger Games as an example, Google seems to see a lot of searches for both that and Amazon, and it probably has lots of data also where people are specifically searching for both together (hunger games amazon). It can look at the top things people pick from that combined search and make some guesses about what it should likely insert as a previous query. … [Read more...] about Of “Magic Keywords” & Flavors Of Personalized Search At Google