Search Engine Optimization Tip-Don’t write to Aunt Jennie

SEO Article Posted by Internet Marketing Speaker on 05-08-2006

You may notice that on the title bar of this blog I’m having some fun with my name being very prominitely displayed. If your name is Willam Jefferson Clinton, George W Bush etc…then don’t bother to read this.

For the rest of us the title bar is the very first thing the Google, Yahoo and MSN spiders “read”. That’s why it behoves you to use keywords that potential clients might be putting in Google search. Where do you put Stevie Mertz-you may ask? I’ll show you soon. If you have any doubts about keywords use this free tool: http://www.resultsgenerator.com/  This tells you how many times a month your potential audience uses a  particualr keyword. Take the results you see and multiply that figure times 5 to get all searches including Google. Go ahead, type your name in and after it does not register-you will appreciate this advice!

If you have your name on the title bar without keywords I call that letters to Aunt Jennie because as I was going through an old scrapbook-I found a letter to Aunt Jennie. I wish you could see how prominitely Love, STEVEN was in that letter!

So, my first tip is to use that title bar to your advantage and after you finish your witty posts in your blog sign your name.

 

Steve Mertz

Aunt Jennie Would be Proud!

 

PS. By putting your name here the spiders will read it and with any luck if someone types in your name in Google, your blog will come up first-not a speakers bureau or funky site 🙂

Comments:

3 Responses to “Search Engine Optimization Tip-Don’t write to Aunt Jennie”


  1. Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future


  2. Dave

    Interesting topic… I’m working in this industry myself and I don’t agree about this in 100%, but I added your page to my bookmarks and hope to see more interesting articles in the future


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