Using Content And Keywords To Optimise Your Website

Alberton, South Africa (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- Here are some on-site tips to improve the PageRank of your website.

Page Title: Always add your keywords in the titles of your pages but without spamming, meaning do not overdo that. Also, use a different title for every page that reflects what this page is about. Never use titles like Page 1 or mysite.com as those will not be good for SEO purposes. Very long titles or titles with repeated keywords are bad too.

HTML Tags: Include your main keywords between

<h1> (Header1), <h2> (Header2) and <b> (Bold) tags.

Internal Links: Internal links are very important for search engine optimization, always remove your broken links and make sure search engine spiders can reach almost all pages in your site.

Anchor Text: Anchor text is the text that you see for links; always include your keywords in the anchor text of your internal links.

Hidden Text: NEVER use any hidden text tricks for your keywords (like having the same color for both the text and the background). If you do that, search engines will penalize your site and may even remove your site from their index completely!

Content: Content is the king for your visitors and for search engines as well. Provide a good and unique content and make sure to include your keywords in your content but do not overdo that. Duplicate content is not good for SEO, be unique.

Meta Tags: Like meta description and meta keywords, Most search engines (like Google) do not give much weight for meta tags nowadays because many people used to spam them with keywords that may not even exist in content but they still carry some weight for other search engines. Include your keywords in your Meta tags without overdoing it.

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