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Do You Want A Higher Page Rank?
By: Terry Morris
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    Do you want a higher page rank? Now that is a pretty silly question isn't it?Who doesn't want a higher page rank for their website? This article addresses one of the fastest ways to improve your page rank.

    Let's discuss the fastest way to improve your page rank. Before we get into the heart of this discussion there are few optimization things we should review.

    You always want to do your best to be sure your page is optimized for the search engines. Optimizing means that you want to use your keywords in your title, use a Description Meta tag which includes your most important keywords. Use a Keywords Meta tag, while many of the search engines no longer place importance on this meta, it is good practice to include it. Use the 'alt' attribute with your images and be sure to use your keywords in the "alt" tag. It is important that you use your keywords frequently throughout your page copy. For those unfamiliar with the term, Pace Copy is the actual content of your page. Most search engine spiders crawl your page's content, you want the engine to find your important keywords.

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