But your best approach is to think of highly targeted pages with a single primary goal. You don't need to avoid talking about those other concepts on the page as long as they fit into your primary concept. But you shouldn't think of pages as a catch-all where you can optimize for several concepts at once--that usually results in confusing the search engine about the purpose of the page, lowering its ranking. … [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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This includes selecting accurate categories for your business. Google will give you suggestions about where your business may fit and you want to select the ones that describe your business best. Do not be afraid to select narrower, more precise categories than broader categories. These categories will impact where your site is displayed, and you want your site in front of the people who are most likely to be interested in your business. Google also assures business owners that users who search for broader categories will also be shown results from narrower categories: … [Read more...] about 4 Steps to Optimizing Local Search With Google
The first is a CNET article, almost certainly appearing because I’m “friends” with CNET on Google+. The second is from the Typekit Blog, appearing because someone I know shared it. That’s what the fourth arrow on the right is indicating, who exactly that was (thanks, Jeffrey Veen!). The last is an article by Harry McCracken, probably appearing because I’m friends with Harry in various ways, probably most importantly for Google+. … [Read more...] about Of “Magic Keywords” & Flavors Of Personalized Search At Google