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My new site going live soon.
Need advice so I don't make a boo boo...
hulahoop




msg:4314191
 3:32 pm on May 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hi,

I have been working on this new site for about a year and the half and in a few days, I will be releasing it live - (finally!). I am super excited and anxious all at the same time (like having a new baby!)

My domain now has content already and so far it has picked a pr 3 and has about 70+ links to it (well using the link:(mysitedomain) on Google. It is appearing on top 20 to 30 of keywords I am after. I am getting about 400+ new visits a day from G. So far so good.

Now...
For the 'actual' content that I will release and go live in a few days, I don't want to mention any of those keywords at all if possible and keep those keywords in the title tags only. Is it possible that none of the keywords be in the content of the page and that I would still rank the same as right now. Right now I have like 3 to 4 mentions of the keywords in the content per page. I want to stay away from mentioning those keywords for personal and business decisions.

It would be a dream if I could just title tag with keywords I want to rank for and not have to have those keywords in the content. That way just like the bigger sites, you can also change content, the way the default page looks (as and when you like it) and not have to worry about dropping of the charts for keywords.

Can anyone advice on this?

Also any other tips and advice on going live and launching a new site?
TQ

 

willq




msg:4315905
 1:39 pm on May 22, 2011 (gmt 0)

Unfortunately you're never going to rank particularly well if you don't mention the keyword in the actual content at all.

Google uses a type of LDA ([en.wikipedia.org ]) to work out how relevant a page is to a keyword.

Imagine this:

Two websites, both have "fishing tackle" in the titles, same layout. One of them has an article about fishing tackle, one of them has an article about North American squirrel hibernation. Which do you think will rank best?

Novus




msg:4317392
 1:45 pm on May 25, 2011 (gmt 0)

It would be a dream if I could just title tag with keywords I want to rank for and not have to have those keywords in the content. That way just like the bigger sites, you can also change content, the way the default page looks (as and when you like it) and not have to worry about dropping of the charts for keywords.


I think you'd need a time machine for that back to the 90's Seriously those thoughts are polor opposites to search engine algorithms these days. unless your keywords are so obscure and unique but if thats the case you'd probably get no traffic anyway.

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