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Yesterday, I showed that Google Instant is sending people to pages more specified to their searches. I understand there is a temptation to create a website in such a way that will lure people in and make them want to stay for the next ten hours. If you’re Mark Zuckerberg, then have a blast. As for the rest of us, we want to find information quickly and easily. Well, guess what? So, do the people searching through your website. So, today, let’s look at those keywords people are finding my site with.
1. SEO Bridges
2. San Diego Marketing
3. Add Content Agency (They spelled it ‘Add’)
4. Content Agency
5. Social Networking Sites List
6. “San Diego” Networking
7. San Diego SEO
8. San Diego Social Media Agency
9. SEO Content Social Media Marketing
10. SEO Open Source Monitor
There are others, but those are enough. There aren’t enough people searching ‘SEO Bridges’ for me to want to optimize that anymore. Aside from that, since that is the title of my site, there is very little chance that I will never rank first for that keyword. There are quite a few people searching for ‘San Diego Marketing,’ most of which are people here in San Diego county. Since I want to optimize locally, that’s a good keyword to optimize my site for. There are also quite a few people searching for the term ‘Social networking sites list,’ but most of those people are in India. I think you guys are great, and I love Indian food, but since you’re not my target market, I’m not going to optimize for those keywords.
So, I am going to optimize for that key term ‘San Diego Marketing.’ Of course, I want to continue to optimize my site more for SEO Content, Web content, social media, social media marketing, and social media monitoring. The point is if you want to optimize your site, peruse Google Analytics (or whatever analytics program you use), and decipher which keywords do and don’t work.
Stay social my friends,