How To Test A Keyword For Success!

Written by Lil Waldner

Findingrepparttar successful keywords is crucial in order to get not only a lot butrepparttar 145114 right quality of traffic torepparttar 145115 website. Attractive Keywords are important for both: search engine optimization and CPC campaigns. It is a process of trial and errors and this work needs a lot of dedication. People use keywords in order to search what they need. A keyword can be a single word or a phrase. You need to expose your website withrepparttar 145116 right keywords in order to attract people.

Preparatory work

You need to find out what people are looking for on your website. What arerepparttar 145117 relevant terms to search forrepparttar 145118 information or offers on a certain website? If a website sells e-books,repparttar 145119 people might not only type inrepparttar 145120 word e-book, they might look for a specific e-book and use specific phrases. It makes a difference, if a website offers e-books for business purposes or entertainment. The people could type in either marketing e-book, business e-book, affiliate marketing e-book or star wars e-book, Harry Potter e-book.

If there are famous brand names on your website, you may use them to attract people. An e-book website could be an affiliate of Amazon and thus userepparttar 145121 brand as keyword.

Testrepparttar 145122 keywords!

You will create a list of keywords and you will need to test how popular and useful they are. You may use these keywords on your website, withinrepparttar 145123 meta tags and inrepparttar 145124 description and keyword list of your submissions to directories and search engines. The internet offers some useful and free tools to test them. Testing keywords is recommendable.

Some useful, free tools for testing keywords

The Keyword Selector Tool of Overture lists a lot of suggestions with alternatives of single keywords and phrases ofrepparttar 145125 tested keyword. It counts a search term that has been used during a month. Thusrepparttar 145126 popularity of keywords and phrases can be determined.

Podcasting - What you don't know could hurt your business.

Written by Steve Humphrey

If you've been online recently, I'm sure you've heard about podcasting. You might be wondering "What's in it for me?" Or perhaps "Why should I care about that?" There are many valid reasons for you to get informed about this hot new technology.

Think of a podcast as a way to deliver audio content to a very large worldwide audience. The easiest analogy is to think of this technology as giving yourepparttar power to create your own online radio program.

First,repparttar 145082 name is a little misleading. It comes from 'iPod' and "broadcasting". It doesn't mean you need an iPod to get involved. You can listen right on your computer.

Podcasting is made possible by RSS (a type of XML computer code). But have no fear! You don't need to know programming at all. RSS is simply a delivery system that allows people to subscribe and stay up to date any time you add a new podcast show.

Having an iPod or similar digital MP3 Audio player is not required. You can download audio files to your device and takerepparttar 145083 audio shows with you. Or you can simply streamrepparttar 145084 audio and listen torepparttar 145085 podcast show on your computer.

There is a lot of free podcast audio for you to listen to online. Do a search for "podcast" or "MP3" and you'll see what I mean.

What's out there? Music, interviews, seminars, educational shows, technology shows, news, sports...the list of topics is amazing. Some people say that podcasting it's going to replace radio and TV.

Not True. However, podcasting is changingrepparttar 145086 face of online audio and traditional radio. Podcasters already number in repparttar 145087 thousands. The number of businesses and individuals making podcasts is growing at a rapid pace.

So where can you find these podcasts? Check out any of these sites:

Or search for more of these directories with Google, Yahoo, and other search engines and directories.

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