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Finding Keywords

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#1 royal121


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Posted 07 January 2010 - 06:17 AM

There are many different ways to find keywords for your website. Some good keyword ideas are:

Words people would search for to find your product or service.
Problems your prospective customers may be trying to solve with your product or service.
And Keyword tags on competitors websites.
You Should Visible page copy on competitors websites.
Related search suggestions on top search engines.
By using an online tools like: Google Keyword Tool
By analyzing your website carefully and finding out proper keywords. This task can be done by expert SEO Copywriters.
Pay attention to stemming for your keywords - Particularly to what the root word is and what Google considers to be a match for that word when optimizing pages over time.
You can do brainstorming to identify correct keywords for your site and much more.

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#2 Andrew


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Posted 07 January 2010 - 05:16 PM

Or, you just have a good website and let things happen organically.

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