How To Find The Best Keywords

How To Find The Best Keywords

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Targeted keywords are hard to ignore in search engine optimisation. Keywords play vital roles in optimizing a website, ranking on the search engines and reaching target market. Keywords have loads of benefits if you know how to find them.

With targeted keywords on your website, you will be able to reach your target market easily, appear on the search engine results pages for different search terms, generate online sales, and get higher search engine ranking. A targeted keyword is a powerful factor in the overall search engine optimisation success.

Keywords and Search Engine Optimisation

keywords are relevant in SEO. However, overdoing keywords on a website is against the rule of organic optimisation. It will trigger red flags from the search engines. This is what referred to as Keyword Stuffing – one of the Black Hat search engine optimisation techniques.

To fully generate positive results from keywords, search engine optimizers and web marketers must adhere to the basic rules of search engine optimisation. After all, you don’t have to engage in keyword stuffing or other black hat SEO techniques just to make keywords work for your website. The secret to get positive results from keywords is to optimise and target them.

It is also important to analyze your keywords to avoid getting into keyword stuffing unintentionally. There are times when web marketers do keyword stuffing without knowing it. But intentional or unintentional, web marketers doing keyword stuffing still get penalized.

Keyword Analysis Made Easy

Keyword Analysis is crucial to make sure you give your website the right quality and quantity of targeted keywords. Keyword analysis is made easy with the birth of several internet marketing and search engine optimisation tools. These online tools eased the burden of web marketers in analyzing the quality and quantity of keywords on their web pages.

The Keyword Analysis Tool is a must have for search engine optimizers and web marketers. With this kind of SEO tool, you can save your precious time and effort on other internet marketing techniques. After all, search engine optimisation is not all about keywords.

Today, there is no reason for you to quit analyzing keywords on your website. What is a few seconds to check your keywords quality and quantity compared to getting your website banned because of keyword stuffing and other SEO errors? Remember you can unleash the power of keywords if you know how to do it.

Hiring An Seo Consultant

Hiring An Seo Consultant

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Hiring an SEO consultant is in this digital age a must for any business intent on being found in the Internet’s search engines. This can seem like a daunting task as how do you know who is good and who is not?

Search engine optimisation is like any other industry and like in any other industry there are cowboys. But if you use the following 5 questions in your search you will quickly be able to sort out who is who and make your decision on who to hire.

Before you ask any questions you are going to need to find your SEO consultants to contact. To do this you need to use the search engines to ensure they can practice what they preach. I would suggest using Google, Yahoo and MSN as they are the top search engines and account for approximately 90% of all UK search traffic.

You should try searching the phrase “SEO consultant” and contacting the people that seem to keep coming up in the top results. If they can achieve these results for themselves they will know what they are doing and you will just need to ensure they are ethical.

Now you have a shortlist of contacts you can now make contact and ask the following questions to ensure they are ethical and the right choice for your business:

1. What past successes have you had?

Any good and experienced SEO consultant will be able to tell you of an abundance of top results and companies they have worked with. Many will be able to offer you case studies and client testimonials to back up what they claim. It is important to go through their results to ensure that they are correct and that the companies are in good positions on the search engines.

2. What will you do for me?

Search engine optimisation is an on page and off page process and should involve the optimisation of your website and link building to be effective. You should also consider if you would like the SEO consultant to make all site changes for you or whether you or your web team will be making the changes. If you are expecting them to make the changes ensure that the SEO consultant you choose can make the changes and is skilled to work with the technology your website is built on. You should also ensure is that they have adequate insurance to cover them in the very unlikely invent of a problem.

3. Can you guarantee results?

This question is a split question and there are actually 2 answers. The first is that no one can guarantee you top results or 1st place listings in the search engines because they do not own them. If someone says they can run a mile and move onto the next prospect because the likely hood is that they will be using un-ethical techniques to try. I do believe that a good seo consultant will be able to guarantee that they will be able to increase your current online presence.

4. What reports will I receive?

This will differ from one consultant to the next but you should expect a keyword report to start with, proposing the keywords you should target along with why and the search volume (this will ensure that the keywords you are targeting will actually yield traffic).Once you agree on the keywords and your website has been optimised you should receive a complete report detailing what has been done so you can sign of the project.

5. What happens next?

Search engine optimisation is an ongoing process of testing, measuring and optimising. It is not something that can be done once and left alone so you should expect to have a monthly program with your SEO consultant where they are optimising, link building and reporting on a monthly basis. This is crucial for long term growth and success so be wary of anyone telling you they will do it once and that is all you need.

The bottom line is if you have any reservations or you something doesn’t sound right with your potential SEO consultant don’t use them and keep on looking.

Web Design & Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Myths – Revealed

Web Design & Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Myths – Revealed

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Why are there so many Web Design and Search Engine Optimisation myths on the internet? The following article exposes some of the most common SEO myths effecting web design and looks at the reasons why they have become widely accepted as the truth by many web designers and Webmasters.
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a complex and diverse topic that’s both never constant and constantly changing. There are hundreds of myths about SEO, some were once true but no longer apply (outdated information), while others were simply never true to begin with (disinformation).
The large amount of different opinions and tactics used by both Web Designers and SEO Consultants (which can be completely contrasting) has also helped to create myths. Combine this with the large number of web forums and blogs that allow people to share their views, and you have the perfect environment for not only creating myths but for them to spread like a viral epidemic. Here are some of the most common myths explained.
Myth Name: Build it and they will come
Myth Description: The belief that a website will receive large quantities of targeted traffic as soon as it goes online.
Truth: The biggest myth I still come across most days is the aptly named “build it and they will come myth”. The cause of the myth is a combination of outdated information, a non realistic, over optimistic site owner or a lack of understanding of the web. Back in the old days of the internet you could “build a site and they would come”, just by submitting to the main search engines of the day (to a degree). This was largely due to the lack of web sites around at the time, meaning top positions were that much easier to secure.
Nowadays a site must be advertised just like any business. A good analogy is your site is shop and a search engine is a high-street. The only problem is your shop is not on the high-street, so some kind of sign is required to inform passers by where you are and what you do.
Myth Name: Search Engine Submission Myths
Myth Description: The belief that a website needs to submit every page to the search engines. The belief that regular or monthly submissions will result in better search engine rankings. The belief that a website needs to keep on submitting to search engines or they will forget about the site. The belief that if a website submits to thousands of search engines its traffic levels will go through the roof.
Truth: While some of these myths used to have a bit of truth to them, nowadays search engine submission is not required at all. The myths have been caused mainly by companies who provide submission services. This is because it’s financially in their interest for people to believe the myths are true.
It doesn’t hurt to submit to the major search engines but indexing can be achieved simply by getting links to a site (as long as the page where the link is on is known to the search engines).
There is also no point at all submitting to thousands of search engines. There are only a handful of search engines that people actually use. Many of the other search engines have been created to obtain the submitters email address which is then added to email lists (which spammers will pay money for).
Myth Name: Meta Tag Optimisation
Myth Description: The belief that search engine optimisation is just about Meta tags.
Truth: Meta tags used to be very important to rankings until search engines became more complex. While some Meta tags are still important like the description and title tags which most search engines will display on their results (so they can influence click through rates drastically). Most tags like the keyword tag are obsolete.
I believe the cause of this myth is twofold. One, because it’s outdated information (to a degree) and two, because people want to believe there’s a secret magic formula that only SEO’s know about. That way a lack of rankings is not their fault, plus it keeps the conspiracy theorists happy.
Myth Name: Ethical Search Engine Optimisation
Myth Description: The belief that there are two types of SEO, black hat and white hat (the old good verses evil).
Truth: Quite simple this one but nearly always over looked. Any attempt to alter the search engines results and obtain more traffic is against most search engines guidelines. While there are tactics that may get you banned and others that may not or are not widely known about (yet), all of them are trying to influence the results and therefore are against the guidelines. SEO is neither black nor white, but many shades of grey. Just try to know what you’re doing and more importantly the associated risks.
Myth Name: Google’s PageRank (PR) is the most important aspect of a sites ability to rank
Myth Description: Self explanatory this one, the belief that PR is a god like entity we must all worship in order to obtain rankings.
Truth: It is widely believed by expert SEO’s and even been stated by Google Guy (a Google employee) that the PR we see on the toolbar is out of date as soon as we get to see it. Google update PR constantly but only update the toolbar PR now and then. PR is also only one part of a complex ranking system. How big a percentage it plays in rankings, only Google knows.
One thing for sure, it doesn’t matter how good your PR is on the toolbar, it’s not going to get you anymore traffic from Yahoo or MSN (you heard it here first).
There are many more web design myths about SEO, most of which can be spotted if you read between the lines and think about whether it would make sense for a search engine. One of the most important parts of SEO is finding a reliable source of information. If you want to learn more, a good place to start is one of the numerous SEO Forums on the web.