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Let your creative juices flow. Visit http://www.wordtracker.com/moreinfo.html and do some searches to see what people are doing when they go online.
Read this interview article with John Alexander, http://www.searchengineworkshops.com/articles/wordtrackerR.html which goes into more detail about how to focus on your target audience when doing keyword research.
Create a page that's highly focused on one topic only. Don't deviate from that topic. Put other topics on other pages.
Finally, once you have your page(s) created, create your tags based on focus of each page. Use your keyword phrase in each tag.
Now, you have a page that your users will appreciate and enjoy - a valuable page that is focused on your target audience.
And . . . you'll also have a page that search engines will love too . . . because they love focused content!
And you didn't even have to try hard or spend a lot of time optimizing it, now did you?
Remember to focus on your target audience when creating new Web pages. Forget about search engines! You'll create good quality, valuable content that your users will love . . . and so will engines.
Though this may not seem like a standard business marketing practice - to create information pages for people . . . not search engines - this virtually free plan will help you focus on your target audience, bring them to your Web site, and increase your bottom line. Isn't that what online marketing is all about? Why not start today! You have all tools you need with your own creativity and Wordtracker http://www.wordtracker.com/moreinfo.html.
Robin Nobles teaches 2-, 3-, and 5-day hands-on search engine marketing workshops thru http://www.searchengineworkshops.com in locations across the globe as well as online courses at http://www.onlinewebtraining.com/. Robin's partner, John Alexander, recently published an e-book titled, “Wordtracker Magic," at http://www.wordtracker-magic.com (which offers great tips for helping you learn how to focus on your target audience.)