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By: Amber Ludwig
Today I have a Gold Nugget for you!
I insist you go to Google Webmaster, login with your Google user/password and get your website signed up for free with this awesome software. I’ve used it for years and it is AMAZING!!
I can see how many links there are online to my website (the more people link to your website, the better your search engine rankings will be!), you can see your top keywords, what people are searching on, what your page rankings are.
Some of the content overlaps what Google Analytics will show you. But that’s ok. If you use them together you’ll learn a TON about how people find you, what they’re interested in and what they are certainly not interested in.
I suggest you go in at LEAST once a month and spend some time clicking around your Google Webmaster account and your Google Analytics account. You won’t believe all the information you’ll learn about what people want from you!
By: Amber Ludwig
You’ve heard the buzz before, “You need SEO – Search Engine Optimization!” Most don’t know what that means – and that is OK. Today’s post is for you.
When you publish a new page or post, Google “spiders” (automated software) scan the page for “keywords”. These spiders are analyzing everything about that page to determine where to index that page within the billions of pages in the Google search engine. Once you’re in the habit of optimizing your blog posts (and pages), you will see major benefits and a dramatic increase in website traffic.
If you go to www.Google.com and search under the keyword phrase “personal development”, you will notice 100,000,000+ pages are indexed in Google. Google will rank a page based on over 200 sets of criteria which can include design elements, programming style, etc.