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Web Content Mass + Keyword Optimization + Links = SEO
By: Joel Walsh
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  • Web Content Mass + Keyword Optimization + Links = SEO
  • Lots of good...
  • Still, keyword optimization...
  • Impossibly competitive keywords...
  • Keyword Stemming...
  • For many people...

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    Web Content Mass + Keyword Optimization + Links = SEO - Impossibly competitive keywords...

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    * Impossibly competitive keywords that you have no realistic chance of ranking high for them. How do you know if a keyword is impossibly competitive? One rough measure is to look at the PageRank of the webpages currently ranking in the top three for that keyword. If the PageRank of those pages is much higher than the PageRank your site will likely have in the future, you will probably never outrank those pages.

    A pay-per-click campaign with Google Adwords of Yahoo! Search Marketing will help you to find which keywords really are searched on by your target audience.

    Keyword Density

    Keywords appear in the content the right number of times for search engines to recognize the page as relevant, but not so often that it looks like keyword stuffing. The longer the content, the more times the keyword should appear.

    Keyword Prominence

    Keywords appear in just the right positions within your web pages for search engines to recognize them as relevant. The page title, headings, and first lines of the page are often considered the most prominent positions.

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