Tuesday, July 12, 2011
SEO 101: 6 Steps to Selecting Your Pages
You have a list of 10 target keywords, but which ones should you go after first? The best way to start is by understanding which pages are the most valuable. Prioritize your SEO efforts by looking at your existing website pages and assessing where you're already ahead and which pages are going to take lot of extra work.
Focusing on quick hits, like optimizing a page that’s already ranking, allows you to quickly make advances toward improving your rankings and getting more traffic to your website.
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