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How To Help Target Keyword Stand In The First Page?


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#1 DannyJ

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Posted 19 May 2009 - 10:47 PM

Dear friends, I've just been doing SEO for around 8 months. When optimizing, we shouldn't choose single generic keywords, right? It's better to choose key phrases. I always bear this point in mind. I have a site about futures trading. I tried a lot and could help it stay in the first page in Google with the phrase futures trading recommendations. However, this doesn't really help. I have to directly focus on my trade for my business. This is such a very hard work to me. I couldn't though tried for long. I have a son, I want to let him have a bright life. I need to catch the goal. Please help me! I know you guys are experts. Your advices are much precious to me. Thanks a lot!!!

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 05:27 AM

QUOTE(DannyJ @ May 19 2009, 11:47 PM) View Post
Dear friends, I've just been doing SEO for around 8 months. When optimizing, we shouldn't choose single generic keywords, right? It's better to choose key phrases.


It's better to do both.

QUOTE(DannyJ @ May 19 2009, 11:47 PM) View Post
I always bear this point in mind. I have a site about futures trading. I tried a lot and could help it stay in the first page in Google with the phrase futures trading recommendations...


You aren't going to get far with just one phrase, unless you are very lucky. Keep on writing useful (?) pages for other phrases containing "futures trading" and link them together. You might (i) find a more successful phrase (ii) you might find you start to do well with just "futures trading" for all the link juice you are generating.

BUT. Check that this is still a viable industry! Are people still looking for information on futures trading after the credit crunch? I'm looking for "beds with built in safes"...


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Posted 20 May 2009 - 05:34 AM

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#4 Jill

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 08:57 AM

Read through the  keyword research[/hr] information and articles that have been posted at High Rankings over the years. That should help you understand what it's all about and where to go from there.

#5 DannyJ

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 09:36 PM

Thanks a lot for you guys' valuable advices! I'll try.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 02:40 AM

Get over to the Google AdSense Keyword Tool as soon as. You'll see that your target keyword is as much worth aiming for as a hill of beans. No I take that back. You can eat beans. I like beans! Aim for the beans.

More seriously, you need to do some serious research on whether keywords are popular with other people, not with you.

You might aim for "futures trading", but even that isn't so popular. It's one of the "order of 100 000 searches per month" keywords. I wouldn't shoot for anything less than an "order of 1000 000" as the main keyword. "Futures" is a worthy main aim...




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