Often times you hear people refer to “keyword density” when talking about search engine optimization.

Keyword Density

Keyword density refers to how often a phrase is mentioned throughout the content of a web page in contrast to the total number or words within the page.

Search engine optimization specialists who offer professional SEO services generally concede that a density of between 2% and 5% is optimal when completing the on-page optimization of a website. What that means is that your targeted keyword phrase for that web page should make up between 2% to 5% of the total page text content.

However with the changes that Google has made over recent years with regards to Latent Semantic Indexing, keyword density for targeted keyword phrases has become more difficult to incorporate successfully.

Latent Semantic Indexing

Latent Semantic Indexing (also referred to as LSI) was introduced into Google’s algorithm a few years ago.

Similar to synonyms, Google created their own database of “key” word phrases that are synonymous or related to one another. Google based their list on the search queries of internet users and the phrases that website owners used within their websites to describe the same “key” word phrase.

When synonymous keyword phrases (also called “related” or “stem” phrases) are used within a web page they are considered to be the same as using the targeted keyword phrase and changes the dynamics of “keyword density” within a web page.

Most keyword density tools however, are not equipped to determine successfully what phrases Google considers synonymous or related to other phrases; therefore these tools cannot actually determine the keyword density accurately.

The result can leave a website owner either with an under-optimized (low keyword density) web page or an over-optimized (high keyword density) web page; either way the page is not likely to obtain high natural rankings in the search engine listing results.

Identifying Google’s Synonymous Phrases

One easy way to determine which phrases Google finds synonymous is to use Google’s advanced search operators when completing a search query. Below is an easy example to help get you started.

Google’s Synonymous Phrases for “Car”

To find the synonymous phrases for the word car, simply go to Google.com and in the search box type in the tilde (~) and then the word “car”. It should look like this:

~car

Press the search button.

When the results are returned, you will see various words that are bolded within the various search engine results. These bolded words are the phrases that Google has indicated as being synonymous or related to the word “car”.

Some of the phrases that you will see are:

  • BMW
  • Cars
  • Auto
  • Automobile
  • Vehicle
  • California Association of Realtors

Synonymous Phrases, Related Phrases & Acronyms

As you can see there are some phrases that are not truly “synonymous” with the word car, but are more or less related. You can also see that “CAR” is the acronym for California Association of Realtors, not a synonym for the phrase car.

To utilize keyword density effectively in your search engine optimization efforts, it is important that:

  1. You review these related phrases and ensure that any phrases that are semantically related to the phrase you are targeting from your keyword research will also be utilized in your text content.
  2. It is equally important to ensure that you do not add in any phrases that are not related to your text content, just because they show up within your LSI research

1st on the List Professional SEO Services

Our copywriting team at 1st on the List Promotion Inc understands the importance of keyword density and utilizing LSI and related keyword terminology effectively to achieve organic search engine rankings.

We can incorporate compelling copy when creating new content or working with existing website content based on the keyword research and targeted keyword phrases you have chosen for your search engine optimization campaign and the keyword density requirements for that page.

Effective use of keyword density, LSI and related key phrase placements will not only help to provide visitors with the information they need to make purchasing decisions, but also allow the search engines to understand the relevant phrases for your website.

Let us help you make your on-page optimization easier. We understand how to make phrases naturally occur within the text content of your web pages while satisfying the keyword density requirements necessary for top search engine rankings.

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Optimizing Landing Pages with Titles, Headings, Links, Etc

Onsite optimization (or on-page optimization) are changes to your web landing pages that help the search engines to see how relevant the targeted “key” words (your targeted keyword phrases) are to your web site.

Onsite optimization of your web site landing pages addresses an important issue found on the many web sites; that the “key” words or keyword phrases deemed to be most important to that web site may not necessarily be located within the web site text content.

Target Areas for Onsite Optimization

There are specific areas of web site landing pages that you should utilize to target your onsite optimization. These optimized web page locations will help to teach the search engines what your most important “key” words or keyword phrases are.

These important onsite optimization areas to target include:

  • Titles
  • Descriptions
  • Headings
  • Body Text
  • Links

Onsite Optimization to Help Make Your Content Relevant

When changes are made to your web site content to help make the site text content more relevant to a search inquiry, the changes you implement must look and feel natural.

If for any reason the context of your content changes isn’t correct or the copy doesn’t appear to read right or it looks or sounds like gibberish, there is a greater risk that these onsite optimization changes will be considered spam and negatively affect your search engine rankings.

Web site optimization professionals understand how to implement onsite optimization correctly so that web pages rank well within the search engine listings results.

1st on the List Promotion Inc offers professional SEO services and has qualified copywriters who thoroughly understand on page optimization necessary for effective search engine optimization of your web site pages. They know how to create compelling copy while still ensuring that the targeted “key” words (or keyword phrases) are naturally worked into the content.

Onsite optimization provides text copy that makes sense, works well for the visitor and satisfies all the key areas necessary for the search engines to analyze, index and rank your web site pages well.

Increasing Natural Rankings

Onsite optimization changes help to increase your web site’s natural rankings within the organic search results of the major search engines.

The key is to naturally work in the targeted phrases from the SEO services please Contact us today or call 1st on the List Promotion Inc Toll-Free at 1-888-262-6687.

Using an algorithm (a mathematical formula based on hundreds of pre-set criteria) search engines rank web pages from those they deem most relevant to those deemed less relevant.

Web page copy must therefore be written to satisfy the “keyword criteria” needs of the search engines in order to be ranked well at the top of listing results.

Web pages that consistently maintain high rankings are usually constructed with excellent keyword rich html text on static pages.

“Search engine friendly” copy simply means giving the search engines what they come looking for. Professional web content writers understand this and write keyword rich text content that satisfies the needs of the search engines while still being valid for the visitor.

Once they research and understand what phrases visitors are using to find what a website is offering, they choose their keyword phrases carefully. Each page is then written to be content rich around a theme that supports a main keyword.

Inevitably writers will use variations of a keyword phrase (or other less compelling keyword phrases that relate to a particular theme) and work them into the copy.

Search engines look at a variety of criteria as they relate to keyword phrases including keyword frequency, weight, prominence, proximity and placement within the text and within the html.

While each search engine has their own criteria there are a few accepted norms for keyword placement within the text content and within the html coding. It is the writers’ responsibility to understand and utilize these norms.

Spam techniques like hidden layers or hidden text should be avoided to avoid the threat of being penalized or banned.

While individual pages should contain unique content they still must work to support the targeted keyword phrases throughout the site. The elements of content creation for the search engines are decisively different than those for the visitor.

A website that satisfies the needs of the first audience stands a greater chance of climbing to the top of the search engine listing results and becoming visible to the searcher.

The website text content must then satisfy the needs of its second audience in order to convert visitors into becoming clients.

It is imperative that a site’s text content be written or crafted to satisfy these two distinctly different audiences.

The craft of writing for the Internet is no ordinary job and the talents of a professional web content writer can make a world of difference in satisfying the needs of these two, very distinctly different audiences.

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Where a customer enters your website is as important as what they are looking for. The strategy is to get them where they want to be as efficiently as possible. If done correctly, customers will actually look forward to visiting and exploring your website. It will also aid in making your website visitor and search engine friendly.

Too Much Clicking Turns Customers Away

Visitor stats reveal that in some cases up to 90% of visitors will EXIT a website even before entering it! That’s not a misprint. The longer it takes for them to enter your site the more likely they are to NOT ENTER it. And if they are unable to quickly determine you have what they want, they will leave and continue their search elsewhere. The stats say it takes them just 10-20 SECONDS to make such a determination!

Keep that in mind when you are deciding where to let a customer enter your website. The more they have to look, the more likely they are to go somewhere else. Yet, the number of websites that require people to KEEP ON CLICKING is staggering. Ironically, home pages can be the biggest TURNOFFS for people. How many home pages have you seen that have nothing more than a company logo and force you to click on “enter” to access the website? Is this really necessary? Consider it from the viewpoint of the visitor trying to enter the website.

By forcing them to go through the ‘enter’ process, you are unnecessarily increasing the work they have to do to find the information they want. Remember, they probably came to your website by clicking on a link from a search engine or another website. Make the information they see relevant to what they are looking for. Instead, what happens is that they are usually taken to a page which seldom contains the information they want, and presents them with a number of other options that they need to take in and decipher.

Depending on the design and layout of a website the number of clicks a visitor may have to go through to get the information they desire can be quite daunting. Here’s a sampling:

  • Intro page with company logo and ‘enter’ link
  • A Flash presentation that some people like and others don’t
  • Navigation to various sections of the website or graphical links
  • More navigation and descriptions of various sections
  • Further subsections and subheadings
  • or If they’re lucky, to the exact content they require

The first one is nothing more than a doorway page that says to the visitor you have come to the door of my Internet business, ONLY by clicking can you enter. The second is a presentation that most visitors likely DON’T WANT to see. Make your Flash presentation an optional link instead of the default. This way they can view it if they should so desire, rather than having it forced upon them. Ask yourself, should a visitor really have to go through all that clicking to find the information he/she is seeking?

A website entrance technique that was popular in the past involved building doorway pages to get better listings on search engines based on relevant keyword phrases for products/ services offered. Since most businesses and webmasters are reluctant to allow too much text or changes to their websites, doorway pages were considered a viable option. The days of using doorway pages for website promotion are gone. Search engines now have the ability to FILTER them out. It is easy to understand why search engines hated them so much. The pages presented no value to the search engine or to the visitor, who often had to click through to the content they were looking for. Some of the pages contained no information except ‘click here’ to see the information you want. The death of such pages has resulted in a much higher quality of results returned by the search engines.

What’s The Solution?

The problem with most websites is that they don’t have the right kind of TEXTURAL CONTENT for the search engines and people (What The Search Engines See).A website is INVISIBLE on the Internet unless the search engines can read its content. You should know what ‘keyword phrases’ people are using to find your products and services and incorporate them into your website. Sometimes it can be hard to integrate them. For example, “buyer of structured settlement” might be difficult to assimilate into the website, but the fact remains, people are still using it to search for your products and services. So you really should find a way to include it and other ‘keyword phrases’ into your website. One way is to use Product Introduction Pages (Product Introduction Pages) which also serve as a very effective website entrances.

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As was discussed in a previous article (Website Entrance) making a website visitor and search engine friendly is crucial in it’s ability to attract and retain new customers. Product Introduction Pages are an ideal way to present information in a way that can be easily understood by search engines and prospective customers. They also help to personalize and enhance the user-friendly experience.

Product Introduction Pages allow businesses to present visitors with information specifically associated with a product or service that the visitor or search engine is looking for. They reduce the number of ‘clicks’ required to get to the information. The pages are designed to very QUICKLY let the customer or search engine know that you have what they want. This translates into better conversion rates, which often result in INCREASED SALES.

How People Search

To utilize Product Introduction Pages effectively it helps to understand how people conduct searches. Here’s a synopsis of how people search:

  • Decide on and enter the search keywords into a search engine
  • Wait for and review the results, looking for something that meets their needs
  • Select a link and quickly take in the whole page
  • Skim read the information presented looking for words relevant to what they searched for
  • The closer the keywords match, the more assured they are that they’ve found what they are looking for
  • When they find a close match to their search terms, they will start looking for more details

This is why Product Introduction Pages are so effective. People see the information they are looking for and continue to explore. Research shows that people spend 8-15 seconds skimming the product introduction pages before deciding what their next action is. Even more interesting is that between 70% to 90% will click through to the main website. This is a much HIGHER click through rate than with home pages.

On the other hand, most home pages present very little relevant information that the customer wants. So when the customer is taken to the home page, they HAVE NOT found what they are looking for. This is why home pages are often very poor at attaining/ sustaining the visitors’ attention. They’ve already done a search and now you are forcing them to search through your website. They don’t want to do that. They want SUBSTANCE! If they don’t find it, they get FRUSTRATED and LEAVE.

Product Introduction Pages even work well for companies with strict writing policies, and in some cases, for legal requirements that necessitate adherence to certain rules. They are ideal for larger corporations because Product Introduction Pages allow them to present their products and services in a structured yet easy-to-follow way. The customer is not bombarded with unnecessary information about products and services that they don’t want or need, and they also aren’t forced to dig through the hundreds of webpages that some of the larger websites contain. They don’t have the time or patience to be exploring every aspect of your website. And that’s the beauty of of Product Introduction Pages, they only contain information that is relevant to what the customer is looking for.

The Ideal Option

As we can see giving visitors quick and easy access to the information they seek is of paramount importance when you are trying to win them over with your website. If you make them search too much or they can’t find what they are looking for, or if your website doesn’t show up in the Top 20 returned results -then you’ve lost them. This is where a properly utilized website promotion and/ or search engine optimization (Levels of Search Engine Promotion) strategy really pays dividends. It will help your business find solutions to all of the above concerns. Let’s face it, if your website is not receiving enough visitors based on relevant ‘keyword’ searches (Keyword Value) then your business is losing out 100% on the opportunity to reach out to new, prospective customers. It doesn’t matter how great your website is or what wonderful products/ services you provide, if they can’t find you -you don’t exist. Product Introduction Pages are one of the best ways to attain great listings on the search engines and to present information relevant to what the customers wants/ needs. Properly utilized, Product Introduction Pages can deliver impressive results.

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For the last 5 years, search engine marketers have been concentrating their efforts on developing search engine optimized landing pages. The trend was focused mainly on PayPerClick and keyword searches that lead to relevant landing pages. When compared to sending all the visitors to a home page, testing of this optimization method showed a significant increase in conversion rates. The same is true with organic landing pages, another growing area of interest.

Back in 2003, we talked about the need for a similar process in organic search engine optimization. (You can read that article here.) We found that when we developed specific landing pages that were relevant to a user search terms, the user seemed satisfied with the results. Consumers were more inclined to browse through and stay on a website longer. As a result, websites saw an increase in conversion rates.

Many people still think that sending people to their home page will give them a better understanding of their business and because of that, people will somehow value their website. The problem is that visitors don’t always have the time to spend searching a website, or it isn’t clear by the website’s home page if it actually has what they’re looking for. Home pages normally have an 85 to 99% bounce rate. A bounce rate is when a visitor clicks on a link and then returns to the previous page because they didn’t feel the site had what they were looking for. This doesn’t necessarily mean the site failed to give them the exact make, model or price, but that, generally the website wasn’t relevant to their search. Often, when a user doesn’t see what they want or what they searched for immediately, they assume the site they landed on is unrelated. When it comes to letting people know that they’ve come to the right place, most site owners or designers miss the mark. ‘A picture is worth a thousand words”, just doesn’t apply to websites. A website without any words is a waste and a surefire way of getting people to leave your site before finding out that you have exactly what they were looking for.

*PayPerClick search engines like landing pages that offer users exactly what they’re looking for.* Why? *Because it makes a HUGE difference in conversion rates. *Most home pages are too generic and hard to navigate – proven by the extremely high bounce rates. Unlike a portal where all activity begins, with a website most activity begins and ends on your home page, which can make it a potential waste.

In contrast, SEO landing pages are designed to show exactly what the site offers and answer the visitor directly, based on what they searched for. When developing content it’s important that the content relates directly to what the website offers. That way, when the visitor lands on the page they get appropriate information about the product or service.

With SEO landing pages you have the ability to provide detailed information about a specific product, including the make and model or you can provide more generic product information. Either way, searchers are more likely to get the information they want without having to navigate through pages and pages of unrelated products or information. The search engines are interested in zooming in on what the searcher is looking for. Product landing pages answer that need directly, while improving the overall search experience.

Why not show your site visitors that you value their time and that you have the product or service they are looking for? Optimizing your website’s landing pages really is an all around win-win situation.

A ‘keyword’ or ‘keyword phrase’ is a word or combination of words that people type into search engines to find what they are looking for. The search engine then uses that keyword to search the Internet (What Search Engines See) for webpages containing that particular keyword. It then sorts through, compiles a list in order of relevance, and returns the results to the customer.

Properly utilized keywords can provide a great Return on Investment (ROI) on website promotion and search engine optimization campaigns. It is very important to gauge the costs associated with marketing a keyword to its potential VALUE to your website. Money spent on a keyword should be proportionate to its perceived value (either monetary or knowledge based) to your company. You do not need to spend a lot of money on a keyword, but its value to you and your competitors is proportionate to its potential income. Some companies generate LARGE amounts of revenue from specific keywords.

Determining the value of a keyword ahead of time is very difficult, and its value will change as your markets and competitors change. A quick guide would be to take the average bid of the top 5-listings on Overture or the cost on Google Adwords. These are a good starting point since both are very popular and a higher percentage of businesses make money by using them. You can also use services like KeywordTool (Search Engine Conversion Rate Calculator) to get a more accurate gauge for keyword value once you have some rankings for your keywords.

You could also use the following formula to calculate keyword value: ((estimated number searches per month) X (average cost per click on Overture) X (average click potential percentage)) = (keyword value for 1-month). Unfortunately, there are a number of flaws with this calculation as the first 3-variables are estimations/ judgments. Nonetheless, it can be used to compare one keyword against another to gain a grasp of its worth.

Profits and Visitors

Increasing the number of visitors does not guarantee increased sales. Thus, getting high rankings based on GENERIC keywords may not actually be beneficial to a business. Keywords need to be specific to your business so that the RIGHT CUSTOMERS are directed to your website.

Generic keywords deliver a higher level of value to certain businesses and much less to others. A search for “community college” would result in higher keyword value for a college that has campuses all over the US or offers on-line courses than for a local college in say, Grand Rapids, Iowa or any other local college. The reason is simple, very few people living outside of the local college’s specific region will actually be looking to attend there.

In the above example, the keyword phrase “community college Grand Rapids” would hold a much greater value for the college because it is more focused and directed towards the people who are mostly likely to attend the college. This becomes apparent when you look at the actual conversion rates of visitors to the website. The rates will show that the greatest numbers of conversions were for the people who lived in and around the Grand Rapids area. As such, the college stands to reap greater PROFITS from the targeted keywords than from the generic ones. What this means is that, it is very IMPORTANT to look at the value a keyword holds for YOUR business than just the number of people searching for it.

Here’s what the previously mentioned formula shows us about the keyword value of the targeted and generic keywords in the case of the above college.

Say there were 13,956 searches for “grand rapid community colleges” on Overture with an average bid of $0.10 per-click. Its calculation would be (13,956 X $0.10 X 5% = $69.78 per-month). For “community colleges” there were 80,244 searches on Overture with an average bid of $0.85 per-click. Its calculation would be (80,244 X $0.85 X 5% = $3,410.37 per-month). Now, that value look ridiculously high!! Could it possibly be worth that much? That’s difficult to say, but it could be to the right business.

When you consider that there are hundreds of colleges in the US, it is easy to understand that the conversion rate for the keyword “community college” is going to be fairly low while its Internet marketing cost is going to be much higher. On the other hand “grand rapid community college” is very TARGETED making its conversion rate much higher and its website promotion/ marketing cost much lower. Therefore, it would COST LESS to promote the “grand rapid community college” keyword and at the same time get a BETTER conversion rate than using a generic keyword.

Keyword Relevancy Is The Key!

As the above case scenario shows promoting the right keywords is essential to attaining a good ROI on website promotion and search engine optimization campaigns. Promoting specific and relevant keywords allows businesses to promote many more keywords and make MORE PROFIT. Finding the right keywords to promote requires research and proper content to support them. We recommend using the services of a Search Engine Optimization firm (Levels of Search Engine Optimization) to assist you in this endeavor as they will be able to provide you with a well planned and executable website promotion/ Internet marketing strategy.

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Writing for the Internet, whether you call it e-copy, web copy, web text, website content or whatever, is essentially a craft.

It is ordinary writing with a job to do.

If it means business you better write to grab their attention quickly, engagingly keep it and successfully lead them into taking some form of action.

Most websites contain copy written primarily for the benefit of the visitor. Websites however, really have two very different audiences: visitors and search engine-indexing spiders.

Writing for one takes a completely separate set of skills than writing for the other and may be best left to the talents of a professional web content writer. For now I will explore some basic rules that technical writers use for crafting their writing to serve both the engines and people.

In reality, it is perhaps more important that website copy satisfy the needs of the search engines. After all, in order to become visible to their second audience (the visitor) websites must first receive adequate rankings by their first audience (the search engines) and be listed near the top of the listing results, preferably within the first two pages.

Let’s first consider a website’s second audience, the visitor. Most website visitors come looking for something specific and they want it fast so the website better deliver. Writers must clarify their goals and understand the purpose of the website. The site’s “unique selling proposition” or USP must be in line with the visitor’s purpose for being there. Writers must know the type of person being targeted and write in a conversational style that is simple and direct.

Concise writing that gets to the point quickly and uses clear headings helps visitors.

We tend to read differently from computer screens than from other offline print mediums. Basically we don’t read we skim read, ignoring details to better our reading speeds. For this reason website text content must be more objective, more concise and easier to browse through.

The message must be written so it can be easily scanned. Every word on the page must fight for its rightful place and stay true to that old adage “less is more.”

The opening statement must first solve the visitor’s problem. The body of the page should then list the benefits, not the features.

Writers ask how the product or company features translate into customer benefits. What are the benefits for the visitor is choosing this product, service, etc.?

Navigating through web page content must also be intuitive for the visitor. Proven layout formats and conventions that most visitors easily understand work best.

Lastly, closing statements must offer an effortless “call to action” using the easiest, most direct route for the visitor to take, to get what they came for. The call to action must be clear-cut with rewards that are irresistible and reaffirms for the visitor why this is something they need.

Now that we’ve taken care of the visitor’s needs we still need to satisfy the site’s first audience.the search engines.

For most, this is a hidden problem when it comes to crafting their writing. What the search engines want is completely different from what visitors are looking for.

Search engine indexing spiders work primarily with text, visible HTML text that is. They simply cannot read flash, JavaScript, graphical text, etc. Web page text copy must therefore be placed within the html coding so that it is more accessible to the search engine spiders, more “search engine friendly” if you will.

But just as text copy must be properly placed within the html coding in order conform to the needs of the search engines, the writing itself, also needs to be “search engine friendly”. The writing needs to be keyword rich with relevant content that supports the keyword phrases being targeted within the page.

When a web searcher types in a “keyword phrase” the search engines try to match up web pages in the order it thinks are most relevant to the searcher’s request. Essentially, the search engines scan through their databases looking for web pages that contain the keywords used by the searcher.

How targeted keywords can make your company more successful and more importantly make more money. Is it worth the investment and what’s in it for you?

Return on Investment (ROI) is twofold:

  • There is ROI of your website, and
  • ROI of your advertising campaign.

For a good ROI, both your website and your advertising campaign must be effective. Without some type of advertising your beautifully crafted website is really no more than a billboard on a deserted island. If nobody sees it, does it really matter how striking it is or how competitive your prices are?

You need people to see your website to make it a success. Businesses who have had their websites optimized properly will confirm search engine optimization is a very cost effective method of website promotion/ Internet Marketing.

Some people might be reluctant to try search engine optimization because they say it’s hard to initially quantify the numbers or potential results and it takes longer to set up than some other forms of advertising. This is not necessarily bad since it gives those people that do use less competition and an even bigger advantage. Let the skeptics try the less effective methods like offline advertising and banner ads.

What makes search engine optimization so effective is that you are essentially just making your website available for those people looking for the products that you offer. When someone decides to look for a product/ service and uses a search engine to locate it, your site is displayed in the results. You are now given an opportunity to make a sale that you would otherwise not have had!

Once your website is professionally optimized and listed for relevant keywords on the search engines, can your website close the sale? If the answer is yes, the next question is: how much more should you invest in your company’s future?

Simply put, the more you invest in search engine optimization, the more you’ll make in profits. I am not saying invest more money, I am saying evaluate the opportunities. If you invest money in search engine optimization and your sales increase delivers a profit, is it worth doing more? At this point, the amount of money you make could be proportional to your investment.

When you buy any type of advertising, you are building your future sales. What are your short-range goals? What are your long-range goals? Are you confident in your idea and your business?

A well-developed search engine strategy will give you a good return on your investment. Here at 1st on the List Promotion Inc. we have developed effective search engine strategies for our clients that deliver profits and meet their needs. If you are successful, so are we.

Let us develop a website promotion/ search engine optimization strategy for you that will turn your website into a money making asset.

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