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How to get good search engine rankings. Keywords are the words you want to rank well for. You may want to put some thought into the keywords you want to target. Yes, I've said ad nauseum that you should just focus on building a good website and not worry about the SEO. That's keywords porn, but you can cross that line just a little bit by thinking about what phrases you hope your page will match for keywords porn creating that page.

Long tail -- search queries that individually aren't searched that often, but all of which together account for most of your search traffic. Even though a good site will get most if its traffic from the long tail, it doesn't hurt to eek out better performance by targeting some specific keyword phraseskeywords porn, and that's what the rest of this page is about, keywords porn.

But as you read, bear keywords porn mind that the keywords you're targeting are not the be-all and end-all of how you expect visitors to find your site. The best keywords are 2- to 4-word phrases that accurately describe what you offer using everyday language that searchers are likely to type in, and which aren't so competitive that you have no chance of getting on the front page.

If your keywords are too general then they'll likely be too competitive, and even if you rank well on them your traffic might not convert well, since searchers are usually looking for something specific. But if your keywords are too specific then few people will search for your terms and you'll get few potential visitors. Note that since the engines rank pages, not sites, you keywords porn target different keywords on different pages.

You might go for a more general term on your home page, and more specific terms on your inside pages, keywords porn. We'll explore each of these in detail. Also stands for search engine optimization. The term SEO is somewhat of a misnomer because improving ranking these days usually takes more than just optimizing the actual text on a page, it also involves getting a lot of high quality, relevant inbound links, keywords porn. When we're searching gay porn videos online something ourselves, most of us know that one-word searches aren't very useful for getting the results we want.

When was the last time you found what you were looking for by typing a single word into Google? Probably the first time you ever tried a single-word search you got a list of results that weren't what you wanted. You then added another word or two keywords porn try to refine your search.

After having the experience of not finding what you were looking for with single-word searches a few times keywords porn began automatically typing at least two or three words in when doing searches. Either that, keywords porn, or you're spending your time wading through irrelevant search results for the single-word term you typed in. So it's funny that when it comes time to pick search terms for our own site, many of us magically forget that we don't use single-word terms in our own searches.

But to have a successful website -- or a successful business for that matter -- it's important to put keywords porn in your customers' shoes, and think like they do. And most of them won't be using single-word terms. Those few who do will be lost among the others who are searching for that same term but had something else in mind besides what you offer, keywords porn. Besides the fact that single-word terms are too broad, they're also almost impossible to rank well for, because there are too many competing websites.

If you want to rank well for "writer" then you're competing with every site that uses the word "writer" anywhere on the page -- and there are But target "real estate writer" and your competition plummets to only 1. Go with "freelance real estate writer" and now you're down to 48, You get the idea. Of course, you don't want your search terms to be too specific. We'll cover that in a minute.

Let's say your business is decorating cakes in Portland, Oregon. You decide you want a top 10 ranking for keywords porn. Will that be good for your business? No, because the overwhelming majority of your keywords porn searching for just "cakes" aren't potential customers.

They're more likely looking for recipes or nutritional information. Even if they're looking for a cake decorator they're probably not looking for one in Portland. The bottom line is, it's not how well your site ranks for a given term, or even how much traffic you get from your ranking; it's how many potential customers visit your site. A thousand random surfers aren't worth as much as one qualified lead.

Ignore the number of raw hits; you want visitors who are actually interested in what you have to offer. The raw number of visitors is meaningless. For you, one visitor searching for "cake decorator portland" would be worth more than people searching for "cake". And not only is "cake decorator portland" more valuable to you as a keyword, it's easier to get a good ranking for. That's because keywords porn less competition.

The more specialized your keywords are, the less competition you'll have. A search for "accountants" on Google yields over 1. Yet a search for "naked accountants in albuquerque" yields only And no, keywords porn, none of those results are for actual naked accountants in Albuquerque, keywords porn, but you get the point. In fact, adding the city name where your business is located to your web pages is one of the quickest ways to bring in more qualified traffic.

Going back to the cake example, and the idea of ranking well for the one-word term "cake" even though most people searching for that aren't potential customers, is there any harm in having visitors who aren't potential customers? You waste users' time if you put a highly specialized site in front of them when they were searching for something general, keywords porn. If you've ever been frustrated by having to wade through irrelevant sites to find what keywords porn were looking for, then you can appreciate that keywords porn common courtesy to not put your site in front of users who likely have no interest in it.

Getting visitors you don't want to your site also increases your bandwidth, and possibly your webhosting bill, and might even slow down your site down so much that potential customers are frustrated and click off your site.

These are less likely consequences, but they're possible. It's not how many people go to your site, it's how many actually buy something. It's keywords porn to stop focusing on the number of hits you get and start focusing on the quality of hits. This is hard for many site owners to do, but it's essential nonetheless. Back when it was easier to improve your site's rank before the search engines started weeding out all the tricksmany site owners would get their sites to rank well on porn keywords, even if the sites had nothing to do with porn, figuring that searches for porn were very popular.

Well, they were right, but all that traffic they got was useless, since the visitors clicked off those sites just as fast as they clicked on. What did the site owners think would be going through the visitors' minds?

This is so important it bears repeating: Untargeted traffic is useless. The number of visitors you get is meaningless. It's the number of qualified visitors you get that counts. Number of Google Matches. But of course there's a catch: The more specific the search, the fewer people actually search for that term, keywords porn.

Which is another way of saying that as competition goes down, so does the popularity of the search term. We can graph this concept like this:, keywords porn. Avoid unscrupulous SEO's who don't consider the popularity of the terms they suggest. Anyone can get a front-page ranking for "cheap freelance real estate writer in hollywood california".

But since nobody searches for that, your 1 ranking would be useless. Terms must be specific, but terms that are TOO specific are useless because nobody searches for them. That doesn't mean you should avoid optimizing for lesser-used keywords at all.

As long keywords porn a rare keyword search brings in some qualified traffic, then it's useful to your business. Of course, it might not be possible to find popular search terms if what your business offers isn't very popular itself, keywords porn.

If your business is refurbishing pogo sticks, you can't expect to find a search term that's both relevant and popular. Though if refurbishing pogo sticks is your only business, you've got other problems, keywords porn.

There are many online tools that can tell you how many searches are being performed for specific keywords, as well as suggesting related keywords to optimize for:, keywords porn. Make certain your search terms are popular, or at least as popular as possible given what your market is.

Let's look at a practical example. Back when I did SEO-for-hire, one of my clients who makes hand-crafted personalized wedding gifts wanted to rank well for the term "wedding gifts". I advised that "wedding gifts" was ultra competitive and that we should also target "personalized wedding gifts" to have a keywords porn shot of getting onto the front page of Google. Well, as it turns out, keywords porn, Babysitters porn videos was able to get "wedding gifts" onto the front page after all, keywords porn.

But "personalized wedding gifts" ranked 2 while plain old "wedding gifts" ranked So porn thighs if you can get on the front page for a certain term, you keywords porn be able to rank even higher on the front page for a less competitive term. And of course some phrases are so competitive you won't be able to get onto the front page at all, keywords porn. In this case your solution is to find a keywords porn competitive term, usually by making it more specialized by adding another word or two to the search term.

Your server reports will show what search terms people used to find your site. You will probably discover that they used terms keywords porn you hadn't thought of, and that you happen to have a fair ranking for those terms, perhaps on page 2 or 3, or maybe near the bottom of page 1.

Once you discover these terms, you can optimize your pages for them to get a better ranking for them. Here's a real-world example. I run a site about Las Vegas, keywords porn.

One of the pages keywords porn about roller coasters in the area. In checking my server cock free monster porn I found that a few people were finding the site through a search on "las vegas roller coasters", though my ranking for that term was mediocre.

A search for "personalized wedding gifts" returns a different set of results than "wedding gifts personalized". Again, if you have the resources, optimize for all variations, keywords porn.