|Weekly SEO news: 24 March 2009|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at a Google patent application. How does Google find the keywords on your website and how do they rank your website?
In the news: Live Search explains its ranking penalties, Google's Alfred Spector talks about Google's future, media giants want to top Google's search results and more.
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|1. How Google analyzes the top keywords on your website|
Google recently filed a patent application that deals with the keywords that Google finds on your web pages.
Google's new patent filing describes a way for website owners to view the top phrases that Google assigned to their website. The patent shows that Google finds the most important keywords on a website with a phrase-based indexing system and it describes a method that could allow website owners to add additional related keywords.
How does Google find the top keywords of your website?
How can Google find the relation between words?
What does this mean for your website?
Don't focus on a single keyword when optimizing your pages. Modern search engine algorithms require you to create a website that has been optimized for many different but related search terms.
Optimize different pages of your website for different but related keywords to get the best possible rankings in Google and other important search engines.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
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|4. Previous articles|