Don’t Make This Mistake With Your Keywords!

Been working on your website? I hope so. This powerful information I’m giving you will only be useful if you’re applying it to your website. Don’t make the mistake of 90% of people out there trying to make money online but failing to do so.

The methods I’m teaching you work! I’ve used them with countless clients across many different industries. And, time and time again, they worked! These methods got websites ranking on the first pages of the search engine results.

Don’t you want to be there too?

Check out this free tool from Yahoo. Yahoo has one of the best free keyword tools available for conducting keyword research. Search for this phrase: overture inventory tool. You should be able to find it quite easily.

It is such a popular tool that occasionally the Yahoo keyword server can’t handle all the requests. So if you load the page and get an error message, simply hit refresh on your browser until you get to the keyword selector tool.

Now enter one of your keyword terms in the box and hit the blue triangle key. After a brief time, you’ll be presented with a list of similar keywords and the number of times that keyword phrase was searched for during a specified period of time.

If you combine this info with a manual search on the search engines, you get a pretty good idea what your competition looks like for any given keyword phrase. Start with the less competitive keywords and, as your website builds in popularity, move on to the more competitive phrases.
What do you do with this information? When developing the content of your website, you want to focus each page around two or three different keyword phrases. Simply pick the most popular keyword phrase that fits your website’s purpose. Then, as you compose the text of your web pages, include those phrases naturally throughout your content.

The most crucial places to include these keyword phrases are in the title of the web page in the headings (h1, h2, etc), and in the regular content. It’s good to make the keyword phrases bold when they appear in the content. Also, when you create your links from page to page, make sure you the link text is one of your keyword phrases as well.

Don’t simply repeat the phrase over and over. Google will actually penalize you for such repetition. Include the phrase as smoothly and naturally as possible throughout the page.

Good luck, and keep at it!

Darren Barkett is the president of Creative eMarketing Solutions, a leading provider of website marketing services and training. Visit his website to learn more about what you can do to start directing traffic to your website now! Sign up for the free SEO Tips and Tricks Newsletter and learn the secrets of how to get your website on the first page of Google! Learn more at

Article Source: [!&id=797684 ]!&id=797684