QUOTE(MasterChhaya @ May 5 2014, 08:45 AM)
1. Use relevant keywords in your content. It is sometimes easier to first identify keywords that best describes what your practice offers, and try to build content around those words. It is important to focus your efforts on the keywords most likely to be used by potential customers as they search the web.
2. Focus your efforts. In order to avoid becoming overwhelmed, focus on each of your webpages individually. You should try to create individual web pages that are relevant for just a few keywords. SEO experts will agree that stuffing every possible keyword you can come up with into your content won't work. In fact, using any keyword you can think of may end up affecting the quality of your content!
3. Take into account what your competitors are doing. Though your competitors may have a larger marketing budget than your practice, the fact is they are doing SEO too! While you may not be able to compete with larger businesses based on a single keyword, instead, look for longer phrases that better suit your practice, or specifically match your target market or area. This will help you gain a competitive edge in the world of SEO!
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