Steven Brier over at Local Internet USA brought up a good point to me recently, in that the focus on submitting to Local Search Engines and Directories is not so much about the time it takes to submit to them all, but rather the work it takes identify your keywords and create some compelling and read more
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Optimized content allows your good work to do double duty. For your page to rank for a key-phrase, the content must be carefully written and it must compel the reader to take “your most wanted response” whether that is a lead sale or phone contact. Sounds easy but you must remember people are busy, they skim when they read and don’t always do what you want them to do. You must optimize your content for both visitor and search engines.
Gone are the days where you can repeat your keyword to achieve what was “keyword” density and have your page rank. Today it’s much easier but deeper thought and writing skills are required to achieve a top result. The new mantra is “theme density” and the example below will explain how to achieve it for your entire website where ranking matters.
Remember! Google does not pay attention to capital letters, periods, commas and other “white noise”. You get what I call “backward keywords” in your keyword research yet it is still important to add them into your article. Here is an example on how you can accomplish this easily! Example: keyword- toothpaste whitening. Inserting into article: Always remember to brush your teeth on a daily basis with toothpaste. Whitening your teeth can be accomplished with even this small task.