Search Engine Optimization Techniques for Blogs

Fact, keywords when properly used in the content of your website have exponential power. They are the most magnetic force to attract the search engines. Most of Google’s annual $25 billion in revenue is keyword based. These simple little magnifying words are the life-blood of every SEO ranked website.

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The way you word your article and how your conversation flows with injections of “magnetic keyword juice” will determine your ranking with Google.

Here’s something to think about and keep at the tip of your pen as you craft your powerful article.

Think about the offline world, words are also magnetic. Words do incredible things to all of us. They are the most influential form of conversion man has ever known.

We are like search engine snipers seeking out those nuggets of wisdom. We are searching for words that satisfies our wants and needs in a free-flowing gravitating way.

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The search engines do the same in the online world. If a potential customer types in the search bar, “family lawyer in Billings”, the search engines seek out those very words and shows the visitors pages of lawyers with those keywords in their content. The top ranked sites suits the Google criteria and are the ones that satisfies the snipers most.

Now bear with me for the icing on the cake for you when you create your content for your website. It doesn’t matter if you are a dentist in Alabama, a nurse in Hawaii, a mechanic in Arkansas, a plumber in Timbuctoo, the power of magnetic keywords for SEO remains the same.

Google and search engine snipers are clever. They will seek out your website and determine if your content is worthy for their searchers. They are looking for free-flowing, informative sites with images and videos.

Listed below are some things to keep in mind:

• No duplicate content, do not copy from another online source.

• Over exaggerated with the same keywords. (1 to 2 % of keywords for every 500 words is ample)

• Avoid poor content, make it a good article for your readers to get quality information.

• Use synonyms instead of keywords, eg: for the word lawyer, attorney or professional law consultant.

• Keep your anchor text varied, eg: linking to quality outside sources and linking within your website to other pages of worthy content for your reader.

A great example of a website with expert internal linking is Wikipedia. This is one of the reasons they are extremely well liked by Google and are one of their top ranked websites.

Google wants your reader to have a great informative experience when they visit your website. They want to rank you high because the visitor likes what you have to offer and continues to return to it.

Just like you and I, Google and all the other search engines are also in business to keep happy returning customers. They offer you all the tools and want you to understand and implement the concept of proper SEO and the magnetism of keywords.

Source by Annette C O’Leary-Coggins

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