Before you can start optimizing your site for the search engines, you must first know which terms you want to target. A good start would be to choose 3 or 4 keywords you would like your website to rank well for. With these keywords in your mind you can then set a goal to rank in the top 10 results on Google for each of them (we refer to Google because if you can rank well there, you’ll rank well on the other search engines). These keywords can be either broad or specific, but you’ll want to study our list of pros and cons of each before choosing.

A broad keyword is one that many people search for, because they may only have a vague idea of what they’re looking for. Broad keywords tend to be very short and aren’t very specific (e.g. “shoes” or “sports”).

A specific keyword is something that contains many adjectives or words that make the search very targeted. The people doing these types of searches know exactly what they want (e.g. “used black high heel shoes”). These keywords are much less competitive and are easier to rank for on search engines.

Keywords must be used at least three to four times in the page text. The upper limit depends on the overall page size – the larger the page, the more keyword repetitions can be made. Keyword phrases (word combinations consisting of several keywords) are worth a separate mention. The best seo results are observed when a keyword phrase is used several times in the text with all keywords in the phrase arranged in exactly the same order. In addition, all of the words from the phrase should be used separately several times in the remaining text. There should also be some difference (dispersion) in the number of entries for each of these repeated words.

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