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Got My Keyword Phrases

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#1 MarcP


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Posted 13 July 2009 - 03:24 PM

Hi all,

I've done as much as I can in keyword research.

Now I'm ready to have a site designed.

Would that be the next step?

If so I'm already in touch with a designer who will design a site for me and his partner will code it.

Now this site has a shopping cart, Pay Pal already. It's a simple solution

I know Jill said that the next stage is a developer. I'm assuming a developer is expensive?

I have the funds for this designer to design and code the site.

But I'm not familiar how to relate my keyword phrases to the designer/coder for SEO. The designer told me before I started learning about all this that cost includes SEO.

My questions are;

1- how does the keywords I have come into play with the designer/coder?

2- are there other solutions that a complete beginner can do on their own such as Office Live and the like that offers shopping cart?

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#2 Jill


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Posted 13 July 2009 - 04:16 PM

Would that be the next step?

The next step is to figure out the site architecture, i.e., what pages the site will have and how they will be linked to each other.

1- how does the keywords I have come into play with the designer/coder?

They don't.

After you've figured out the site architecture, you'll create a keyword phrase map, as mentioned in the series of TalentZoo articles I sent you to previously.

Then you'll need to write the content for each page using those keyword phrases, and then you'll create Title tags and Meta description tags using those phrases.

None of those things have to do with the designer, other than providing him with the site architecture and then the finished content.

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