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Most Overlooked Search Engine Optimization Technique


Some of the basics when it comes to SEO and getting high ranking in search engines starts with using a keyword and then placing it strategically throughout the website in content, title, headline, etc. Using the keyword multiple times in your content is great, but lets look at something that a lot of websites completely overlook.

Simply put...

Take your keywords and current links within your site and USE them!

What I mean by this is, you have certain keywords that are spread across your website. You also have links going to other websites, affiliates, advertising, resources, etc. Combine your links with * Relevant * keywords and you will see an increase in page rank and traffic due to the increase in PR. Just take a few minutes - scan through your site - find links that may be the name of a company, anything that says "partner" or "affiliate" -- Change them! Make them say anything related to your main keywords.

Follow this strategy, it takes just a few minutes and this plus other simple strategies will add up to a good increase when your key words are searched for in search engines.

Some of the basics when it comes to SEO and getting high ranking in search engines starts with using a keyword and then placing it strategically throughout the website in content, title, headline, etc. Using the keyword multiple times in your content is great, but lets look at something that a lot of websites completely overlook.

Scott Fish
President, http://www.TopSatelliteRadio.com
Personal Blog: http://www.ScottFish.BlogSpot.com


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How to Learn SEO: A U.S. News Guide  U.S. News & World Report



SEO Best Practices When Using GIFs  Search Engine Journal






5 SEO Quick Fixes for Ecommerce Sites  Search Engine Journal











5 Steps to Building Quality Links for SEO  JumpFly PPC Advertising News












WordPress: A Platform for Successful SEO  The Southern Maryland Chronicle

































































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