|Weekly SEO news: 23 June 2009|
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This week, we're taking a look at the number of keywords for which you should optimize a single page of your site. It is possible to optimize a web page for a single keyword and get rankings for many keywords.
In the news: Some think that Bing offers better search trends than Google, Google adds Wikipedia as a news source and tests new ads and more.
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|1. For how many keywords should you optimize a web page?|
Getting listed on Google's first result page is the goal of any search engine optimization campaign. If you have taken the time to find the best keywords for your website, you probably have a very long list with many keywords. That automatically leads to the following question:
For how many keywords should you optimize a page?
How to optimize a web page for your chosen keyword
Optimize for one key phrase, get high rankings for many keywords
Optimize one web page for one keyword and optimize as many pages of your website as possible for different but related keywords. In this example, optimize different pages of your website for "buy inexpensive golf shoes", "find the perfect golf club", "country club", "golf sport information", "golf carts", etc.
The more pages you optimize, the better. If many pages of your website have been optimized for many related keywords then your website will look relevant to the topic of your keywords (in this example: "golf"). If search engines think that your website is relevant to a special topic then it will be easier to get high rankings for the individual keywords.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
"Our website went from position #25 to position #10."
|4. Previous articles|