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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Bloggorama Thin or Fat?

Blogging is a great way to increase traffic to your website. A blog entry allows you to create conversational information and use words more naturally than simply trying to keyword stuff all the other pages of your website.

Let's look at a good way to use blogging to increase organic traffic to your website.

Perhaps you have a landing page for the category "Diamond Wedding Sets" and on this page you have links to 4 sub pages:
* Round Diamond Sets
* Princess Cut Sets
* Marquise Diamond Sets
* Vintage Wedding Sets

This would be a "thin" page of information because you probably only have 1 photo and 1 sentence with each of those links. You don't want to keyword stuff that page because it would be unnatural. What does that actually mean? Well, don't use the words "diamond sets" or "wedding sets" or "diamon...

AT: 03/02/2011 12:02:39 PM   0 COMMENTS
Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Google Wonder Wheel

What is the one keyword phrase that you would love to rank #1 for above all others?

If you can answer that question in less than a second, then either you've already done your homework or you're wrong.

Truthfully, no one can ever claim they know what keyword phrases are best for their website unless they've done a lot of homework. Sure, you might want to say "engagement rings," but we'll tell you to go back to the beginning and look for something different.

The phrase "engagement rings" is what we refer to as a "trophy phrase," in that it's the trophy you see and hope to win. However, it's very unlikely that "engagement rings" will be your "money phrase," which is the actual phrase that brings you the most traffic and the most sales.

The only way you can figure out the money phrases for your website is to do...

AT: 01/11/2011 11:17:13 AM   0 COMMENTS
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