One of many factor to Search Engine Optimization success

Written by David Ausman

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By understanding all this, you will be able to create some interesting content for your visitors. If you do not know how to collect this information, you can simply place a newsletter subscribers on your site or some guestbook might also help.

Now you createrepparttar content. Make sure your content is relevant to your visitor's lifestyles. You don't create a content like "how to kick penalty correctly" for 75 years old readers, do you ? Or something like "How to enjoy your retirement" for 7 years old kids who should be reading comics or watching Disney Movies.

Do some brainstorm, think what kind of content that is relevant to your site, try to create something that make your visitors coming back. Some helpful tips here you can use.

1.) Avoid seldom used words - Don't use words like RHODODENDRON , IDIOSYNCRASY. This type of high level words will drive most of your visitors away. Remember, you are not trying to impress them by your writing skill, you are trying to communicate. 2.) Simple and short - Make your article simple but yet useful. 3.) Truth - Don't give something that does not base on fact.

Hopefully it will be useful.

David Ausman is the new owner of who has the vision of helping newbies to learn how to create a quality site

Tons of Top 10 Rankings Guaranteed

Written by John Gergye

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That fact makes these orphans super simple to rank inrepparttar top 10 for. Especially since many ofrepparttar 128230 competing pages aren't even optimizedrepparttar 128231 least little bit.

But hold on. Let's not high five all around just yet. There's a tradeoff. As I suggested lack of competition is a sure sign such terms aren't searched for often. Maybe no more than a mere handful of times each day in Google.

Okay so how do we make lemonade out of those lemons?

The best way to make this tactic work is to find a ton of these terms. And don't worry. Most niches are loaded with orphan keywords.

Then here's your next step. Simply create content pages that each focus on two, or at most three, of these small fry.

Put up 100 such pages and you've probably got 250 of these 9 or fewer competing pages phrases covered.

To get to 100 pages all you do is create four pages a day - five days a week. If you miss a day make it up overrepparttar 128232 weekend. But byrepparttar 128233 end of five weeks you'll have 100 pages hard at work for you. Now that's not so hard now is it?

Even better these orphans come with a collective traffic jolt you wouldn't expect.

I'm looking at one list of orphan keywords that shows 309 daily searches in Google. Another came in around 513. Whilerepparttar 128234 orphans for a third niche had over 1876 Google searches each day according to Wordtracker!

Given all that I casually suggested this micro traffic idea to a friend with an already successful web site. In other words he wasn't hurting for traffic. Which made this a no lose proposition for him to test.

About four weeks later he excitedly reported his traffic had doubled! That's right doubled. That got my attention. Should get yours too. Because this orphan keyword strategy is a surefire way to get top 10 rankings for a whole host of lesser keyword phrases. Giving you near exclusive access torepparttar 128235 traffic that comes with them. While leavingrepparttar 128236 bruising battles forrepparttar 128237 hyper competitive terms to someone else.

Pretty clever, huh? Absolutely.

John Gergye shares more ideas like this in his recently updated eBook "Traffic From Google in 35 Days". Find out more here: Or test your search engine IQ by taking his seo quiz and get the free special report "Coming Out On Top".

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