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Limit Search Terms - Tips

Thu, 8 Jul 2010 00:41:48

William When a person searches in Google.com for your page. The first must stop the search from bring up the whole planet. The target you with specific words, probably Iquitos, Peru or Amazon, maybe Rain Forest or them Bass, some specific thing of interest. They type in the google.com search box. Amazon Tours or Iquitos Tours or Iquitos Hotel or Peru Hotel or Peru Tours IF they typed Amazon

Millions of pages would come up and they would go crazy trying to find a good page. When you make a title, the words that slow the results needs to be in the title, then coupled with what the article is about. You write about your boat, it needs to be Amazon Boat or Peru Boat or Peru Tour Boat. Longer than Three word titles are almost a waste of good pages, they will not be found. A big site like HoboTraveler.com with 7000-10,000 Daily Unique visitors can have more words. Google.com says, hmmm HoboTraveler.com has 10,000 Visitors, this site has 20, Hobo has 500 plus links to it. Hobo is more important, but higher in the list. But a short title can be in the top 10 or 20 easy.. especially AFTER all your readers have clicked on the link, the clicks on the link by many readers says the page is about the title and is important, it must be a lot of people have viewed the link. You make great content, the page has to be defined simply, it is about Amazon Boat, then repeat these two words. Amazon Boat about 8 times in the page. Title. URL, H1 First Bold, Three Times in Comments and Closing Bold and Google.com will say, This page is about Amazon Boat Choose a title from this page, put in Amazon, or Peru or Iquitos, then find a good title that applies. http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/ Your page will get traffic and the type you want. When making a page, we make a page to a specific reader, not to all. This page or blog is about Amazon Boats and only about Amazon boats, for people interested in Amazon boats. Thank you,
Andy HoboTraveler.com
https://www.hobotraveler.com/blogger.html 2007-05-16

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