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Keyword Conquering: How to take control of the search engine

By J.T Dabbagian of JTDabbagian.com Recently, I made a post that was a rant about the keyword “Make Money Online.” I wrote that there were alternatives to saying “Make Money Online,” but nobody ever seems to think of them. That being said, it’s important for you to realize that there are more keywords and search […]

Blog Challenge: What Keywords Make You Number One in Google

In a recent Blog Challenge on testing your blog’s development, mandarine answered: I have learned one thing: when I google “The happiest person in the world”, I come out #1! That’s pretty cool, huh? (And I am still #2 without the quotes). Your blog challenge this week is to research what word or phrase makes […]

Annual Zeitgeist Time: Top Search Result Keywords by Elimination

I love the year of the end reviews by search engines on the top keyword searches of the year. This year, Google Blog’s article, “How We Came Up With Year End Zeitgeist”, takes us inside the minds of Google and searchers and how their top search results rose to their top keywords search terms. …This […]

One Year Anniversary Review: Keywords

Keywords are words used in the post content area of your blog that help searchers find you on search engines. They are the words that you use repeatedly throughout your post and blog to help search engines categorize you, and people searching with search engines find the right combinations of words to find your blog. […]

Blogging Challenge: Top 10 Keywords for Your Blog

The next blogging challenge in the ongoing series of Lorelle on WordPress Blogging Challenges is on keywords and search engine optimization (SEO). List your top 10 keywords for your blog. Part One – List Your Top 10 Keywords for Your Blog This is a two-fold exercise. First, off the top of your head, write down […]

Abuse: Keyword Spamming versus Tag Spamming

I met a person recently who stopped learning web page design in 1999 and still considers himself still an expert. You know the type. Dangerous with just a little bit of experience. He knows nothing of web standards, tableless web page design, or any modern techniques or technologies. He knows 1999 HTML and CSS 101 […]

Combining Ultimate Tag Warrior With Jerome’s Keywords WordPress Plugins – Meet Tags in the Head

As many of you know, I think Christine Davis’ Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin is awesome. And I adore Jerome’s Keywords, so much so that when the two wouldn’t work together, with Christine’s help, we came up with a solution so everyone can use both. Well, Kirk Montgomery of Max Power has come up with […]

Keywords Versus Tags

Topic.net Blog’s discusses how “Every Word in Every Document is Already a Tag in a way I found fascinating. Back when web directories were still cool, AOL had an effort to build their own based on the Dewey Decimal System. They had 60 contractors in Arizona typing in web urls and assigning DDC numbers to […]

Helping the Ultimate Tag Warrior Work with Jerome’s Keywords WordPress Plugins

If you have been following this blog, you will know that I’m a huge fan of Christine Davis’ Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin. I’m also pushing both publicly and privately to get it put into WordPress.com. It makes adding tags incredibly powerful. Unfortunately, the Ultimate Tag Warrior WordPress Plugin doesn’t play nicely with another of […]

What Are Keywords?

Remember the “old days” of the library card catalog? You’d stand in front of a huge cabinet filled with small drawers. In each drawer was a white index card. If you were lucky, they were loose. If you were not, and the library was concerned about the theft of these carefully typed index cards, each […]

Dig Up Feeds with a Keyword-Based RSS Feed Generator

Looking for content for your blog? I’ll be doing a series on how to find content to blog about soon, but to help get you started, check out Kebberfegg — Keyword-Based RSS Feed Generator. Simply enter the keyword(s) you tend to cover the most and click one or more (CTRL+click) of the categories in the […]

Website Development – Keywords Help You Write Your Blog

Once I started seriously considering how I used keywords in our online documents, my web writing actually improved. I have a list of keywords for my site, but then I would make a list of the keywords I want to use in my post. I keep thinking, “How can I incorporate these words into the […]

Website Development – Listing The Keywords Inside

Imagine a search engine spider or robot as a giant filter or colander. It pours your web pages through the colander and all the stuff it decides is useless is left in the colander and the useful stuff pours through, entering their searchable database ready for the search engine user to sift through with their […]

A New Way of Searching – Keyword Map

A few years ago, before Google and Yahoo took dominate control of the search engine industry, there was a huge move towards innovative search engines. Cluster search engines worked on the data clustering theory that categorizing groups of information makes finding specific information faster and easier. Enter the Keyword Map known as KWMap. This keyword […]

Blog Exercises: Collect Your Quotes

I was sitting in a business conference listening to a speaker expound upon the many reasons why we must blog, and choked on my hot tea when I heard her say to the two hundred people in the audience, “Blog comments are mini resumes. Let them speak well of you.” In 2006, I wrote those […]

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