How many keywords for a web page?
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Lots of text on web pages makes them search engine friendly.


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One long page of information is good.


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The width of your web site is important.


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How many keywords should you have for a web page? Many people will stuff the keyword and description META tags with lots of keywords. The thought process is to get the search engines to come to that page for anything and everything in any way related to the content of the page or the content of the entire website.

Is this really what you want? It seems that you would want to bring people to a specific page because they are interested in what you are selling or what you have to say.

You have all heard the expression "Jack of all trades, master of none." That applies to web sites also. Each page should be dedicated to basically one thing so it can be "Great" at that one thing.

To be effective you need to target each page to just a few keyword phrases that relate to that specific page. These keyword phrases must be contained in the body of the page as well as the title, description and keywords section.

Remember keywords that are NOT part of the body of the web page are not going to help with search engine rankings.


The goal of this newsletter is to provide you with information and ideas that will allow you to improve your web site and your business.

Call Joe at Borsche Digital today at 630-310-8612 to set up your free web site evaluation, a $100 value, to see how we can help your business by improving your web site functionality.

Joe Borsche
Borsche Digital
630-310-8612
joe@borschedigital.com

Newsletter created by Borsche Digital   -   Copyright 2009 by Joseph Borsche      Volume: 2 - Number: 7

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