SEO Keywords

Traffic: currently 90% of all keywords have no traffic – That means you really need to do your Niche keyword research, and find a SEO keyword that people are actually searching for…you need to think like your customers, and imagine, or focus on what they are searching for. Then, use that SEO keyword within your website name.

The first step in SEO is to determine the base keyword of your website and then get a SEO keyword tool. There are many such tools available online. Some are desktop tools while others are online services. Most require a payment or monthly subscription fee however, there are a few good SEO keyword tools that are free.

Google AdWords Keyword Tool: you have access to all available keywords and terms. You are also supplied with advertiser competition, average searches, last average monthly searches, average cost per click, and more. The presentation is in a bar graph indicating relative search rates for each keyword or term.

Keyword tags are the applicable keywords related with or allocated to a part of information. SEO keyword tags are not made for the visitors going through your web site but as source of information for the web spiders searching your web site. SEO tags are the ones who can make your web site rankings high or lay your web site in the last ranks of any search engine results page.

A SEO keyword should also be used in the meta tag title, description and keyword. The meta tag title would be “web design”, and then the keyword should be used in the description for example “Find out all you need to know about web design and other aspects of website development”. Then also the meta keyword tag should also contain “web design”.

Seo keywords tags are a critical element of seo on-page optimization. The basic idea with the keywords tags is that they allow the search engines to see immediately what the intended keywords of the page is. Of course, there are several other seo on-page techniques that can be utilized to let the search engines know that the page is consistent with the keywords tags.

For example, your site is all about sleeping disorders. If you have a keyword tag “sleep apnea,” Google’s spider will eventually check the site’s content for such phrase and measure its density. If the density is high, then you will probably find your site among the top list should anyone should search for the term “sleep apnea.”

These terms are especially good for your web pages that have very specific, laser-focused content such as landing pages or articles. Again, don’t get caught up in numbers only (even if they are low). You should choose your keywords primarily because they are very relevant to a web page topic on your site.

You might write ‘Wine Supplies: Tips and Tricks’ or ‘The Best Wine Supplies’. A good way to do this is to go to Amazon, type in the keyword and take headlines from the book covers that come up. Amazon is not dumb.

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