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Search engine oprimization beginners guide
Search engine optimization is a technique to bring your website at #1 position of search results. In order to make your website search engine friendly you need to concentrate on the most important things "Keywords/key-phrases". Key-phrases are usually combination of one or more keywords, which has potential to bring traffic (visitors) to your site.
Search engine optimization is a technique to bring your website at #1 position of search results. In order to make your website search engine friendly you need to concentrate on the most important things "Keywords/key-phrases". Key-phrases are usually combination of one or more keywords, which has potential to bring traffic (visitors) to your site. As per some study done by an individual, mid level key-phrases bring more traffic to any site. Mid-level key-phrases can be made of 2 to 4 key-words. The more key-words you will use to make key-phrases, less traffic you will get. So it is better suggested to restrict your key-phrases with 2 to 4 words.
SEO is the very important activity of your website building but still most of the people don't like doing this. To overcome this problem there are plenty of tools available in the market which one can look at to solve their problems. Following are the few good ones. These tools will help you refine your key-phrases. So it is better to make a list of 20-40 words and start refining it using these tools available freely online.
* Free Word-tracker (http://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/)
* Google's Keyword Tool (https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal)
* Keyword Discovery (http://www.keyworddiscovery.com/search.html)
One of the best way to generate quality key-words easily and faster is by spying the other top websites. Yes, it's a cheat but who cares when tools like Google's keyword tool is supporting it. In this trick type the relevant word in the Google to see the list of top websites and then copy the URL of these websites and then copy it in to the Google's keyword tool and it will generate some real good quality key-words used by that site.
Another surprise is to new include misspelled keywords in out list. How many of us always enter correct keyword in search box while typing. Answer is none of us, most of us often type misspelled keywords and few website do encourage these keywords and that's how these list at top when we misspell a keyword.
It's a good idea to include the name of the place you offer your business. Most of search for keywords like "Apartment in New York". So if you are offering a service in a limited region it is better to localize it.
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