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Why No One Finds Your Content
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-04-03

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  • Why No One Finds Your Content
  • META Tags: The Code
  • Easy META Generation
  • Customize Your META

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    You’ve found plenty of popular keywords. You’ve written a ton of great, entertaining content. You’ve checked your keyword density and you’ve beefed your pages up with links, images and other extras. But do you know why no one finds your content, even after all this hard work? Find out what you need to know about what you’re missing, and why the search engines are missing your pages.

    If you take the time to put careful attention into your content, you expect to see results. You focus on popular and oft-searched key words and phrases. You keep your content short, to the point and interesting. You even jazz your words up with eye-catching links and images. So why do the search engines keep ignoring you? The problem may not be in your content, but in your page design. The problem could be in your META tags.

    How Search Engines Search

    When search engines scan the Internet looking for sites based on keywords typed into search strings by traffic, they look at more than your site’s content. Keyword density and other factors play a large role in how search engines find you, but without META tags your site can expect very little attention. First and foremost, search engines look here for the appropriate keyword matches.

    Want to gain the attention of the search engines? Make sure you put the same effort into your META tags that you put into your content.

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