Search Engine Optimization Tips for better SEO and beyond, created by https://goo.gl/5MTRxf this video lesson outlines how to target keywords for Google.
Webmasters and website owners wanting to achieve first page organic Google rankings select important keywords and keep repeating the targeted keywords throughout the landing page web copy. This SEO tips and tricks video shows you insights about choosing related words also known as “synonyms” it highlights how to use Google’s define search feature to dive deep to better understand the target keywords meaning, and as a result identify words which can be used as substitute keywords to better guide Google search engine to understand the meaning of your landing pages.
If you are keen to learn in depth knowledge about Google SEO and want to dive deep in learning about it, then visit Google Webmaster Help channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoogleWebmasterHelp/search?query=keywords to see what #Google says about keywords.
This video http://youtu.be/fJBTJByD1Yk give you the core facts on Google search engine optimization and allows you to better plan your SEO projects and select keywords accordingly. The details outlined are an addition to the information which can be found on http://goo.gl/8WymeM rankyaseoservices YouTube channel videos.
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SMXpert Upasna Gautam continues the Q&A from SMX Advanced and discusses a number of topics including creating the right content, using homonyms, stressed words and quality metrics when optimizing for voice search. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.