Re: advice wanted
- From: "lesjkajski" <frits&freddy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 19:07:44 GMT
IPC Developer schreef op 28-2-2006 :
I agree with andrew that you are using the keywords that are to(is correct)
unrelated to what your site is all about. Sure it focusses on
e-aanbiedingen, but no one will search using that term.
the dull-thing is the least off my concerns, it's an extra
So for all of the other pages you might want to consider what an end
user is going to look for instead of what you think is 'not dull'.
Another thing you might consider is copy writing, which means replacing
some of the 'we' words with the name of your company or products. This
will greatly improve keyword densitiy and proximity. Both of which will
help you get better SERP rankings.
first of all thanks for all the opinions and remarques.
E-aanbiedingen is just the title of the website and has no specific function unless that on every page i make the word "aanbiedingen" is present.
I don't focus on that, it's an extra for every page.
second is the site a sort of site where you can find things, travels, computers, ... that you can sell online. People search a lot for company's when they search something.
Later i will make subdomains for the things they search, now it's mainly the company's i'm aiming at. (company's!!!)
Every page ames at company's who sell something(and where i get something in return :-) )
people looking for a computer search (example) for "dell.nl" . In msn they find me also for that phrase.
Now is "aanbiedingen" usefull when they search for "aanbieding dell".
i do copywrite on the pages but i don't see my homepage as the intro-page. Is this a mistake?
I also have to mention that i didn't optimize the pages yet. I just did some searching and writing to get good content where i can work with.
Main thing i want to know is or i have a good (SEO)design and layout to work with.
Mijne dames/mijne heren
STANDARD DE LIEGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!