Using Keywords in the Body: Put Them Here, Put Them There, Put Them Everywhere!

Written by Janet L. Hall


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Please notice how I used an underscore, _ , betweenrepparttar words inrepparttar 128049 web address. You can also use a dash (-) to separate words in addresses. By usingrepparttar 128050 underscore or dash,repparttar 128051 search engines will seerepparttar 128052 words as individual words in a phrase. If not broken up, issuesandarticles,repparttar 128053 search engines see a single term, DONíT DO THAT!

4. Site Address in Links: When you are building your pages, make sure you name repparttar 128054 new pages (the htm pages) after your KEYWORDS. Letís examine one of my addresses: My domain name is http://www.overhall.com and Iíve built a page about a dated filing system that I think is a terrific product, that I sell, and that I refer to as a tickler file. My keyword is tickler file. So that page is called tickler_file.htm andrepparttar 128055 address looks like this: http://www.overhall.com ickler_file.htm See how I used my keyword asrepparttar 128056 name ofrepparttar 128057 htm page?

Iím still inrepparttar 128058 process of fixing some of my pages because when I made them I didnít know to put my keywords inrepparttar 128059 name ofrepparttar 128060 address. I then have to decide whether to keep repparttar 128061 old ones up onrepparttar 128062 Internet, because people might have bookmarked them, or I can redirectrepparttar 128063 person torepparttar 128064 new page. Then I haverepparttar 128065 task of resubmitting them torepparttar 128066 search engines. So, TAKE YOUR TIME when you start building other pages, carefully deciding on your keywords and using them inrepparttar 128067 address.

Okay, using this and last month's lesson, let's see what your web page should look like:

WEB PAGE EXAMPLE:

disorganized? organizing help, clutter tips, organizing tools

life you've been dreaming of, clutter free, get an overhall">

Are you sick and tired of being stressed out, disorganized, and frustrated byrepparttar 128069 clutter in your life?

let overhall consulting help you

Our website is loaded with o rganizing articles

See how I insertedrepparttar 128070 BODY Closing TAG .

This isrepparttar 128071 TAG you insert atrepparttar 128072 bottom or end of your page.

TIP: Each page on your web site needs to be given itís OWN HEAD information.

Editors NOTE: Inrepparttar 128073 examples above, anything typed in lower case should be replaced with YOUR title, YOUR description, YOUR keywords, and YOUR author and comment information. Inrepparttar 128074 examples aboverepparttar 128075 TAGS have been typed in UPPER CASE; however, this is not necessary when entering this information onto your web page. All brackets and other symbols need to be typed in as presented inrepparttar 128076 above examples. All information typed in lower case inrepparttar 128077 BODY should be replaced with your information and links.

Next time image TAGS, until then, Happy TAGGING!

The Organizing Wizard, Janet L. Hall, is a Professional Organizer, Speaker, and Author. She isrepparttar 128078 owner of OverHall Consulting, and Organizing By Phone. Subscribe to her FREE organizing newsletter at http://www.overhall.com/newsletter.htm or visit her web site at http://www.overhall.com

Copyright 2001 by OverHall Consulting P.O. Box 263, Port Republic, MD 20676 All Rights Reserved. Permission is granted to reproduce, copy, or distribute so long as article is kept intact, this copyright notice and full information about contactingrepparttar 128079 author is attached.



The Organizing Wizard, Janet L. Hall, is a Professional Organizer, Speaker, and Author. She is the owner of OverHall Consulting, and Organizing By Phone. Subscribe to her FREE organizing newsletter at http://www.overhall.com/newsletter.htm or visit her web site at http://www.overhall.com


Field of Dreams: Getting a Homerun With Your Keywords

Written by Janet L. Hall


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Batting Order: Put your most important keywords nearrepparttar beginning of your TAGS (more about TAGS next time) and atrepparttar 128048 top of your page.

Field Position: Know where to place your keywords throughout your pages.

Double Play: Look up your keywords in a Thesaurus, such as Roget's Internet Thesaurus at http://www.thesaurus.com , and use some ofrepparttar 128049 alternative words as your keywords.

Signals: Don't forget to check out and use regional terminology and common misspelling of words.

Clean up: Keyword and Statistical Software can be purchased to assist in choice of keywords andrepparttar 128050 weight (sometimes referred to as keyword density) of your keywords.

7. Stealing Bases: What are your competitor keywords that are ranking atrepparttar 128051 top ofrepparttar 128052 search engines?

I hope you can get a Grand Slam!

Smiles, not Piles, Janet L. Hall isrepparttar 128053 owner of OverHall Consulting, an organizing firm for office, home, computer clutter, and your life. Visit her website at http://www.overhall.com and sign up for her FREE organizing newsletter, OverHall IT! Phone consultations and coaching are available.

Copyright (c) 2001 by OverHall Consulting P.O. Box 263, Port Republic, MD 20676 All Rights Reserved. Permission is granted to reproduce, copy, or distribute this article so long as article is kept intact, this copyright notice, and full information aboutrepparttar 128054 author is attached.



Janet L. Hall is the owner of OverHall Consulting, an organizing firm for office, home, computer clutter, and your life. Visit her website at http://www.overhall.com and sign up for her FREE organizing newsletter, OverHall IT! Phone consultations and coaching are available.


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