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Not trying to gloat, but what a difference a shift_left makes!
I have one client in a very tough industry and I'm becoming very frustrated trying to get this particular client's subpages to move up in rank on the S.E's. They are just burried. :(
Get a new inbound anchor text link from a page on a website that is frequently spidered and freshdated by G.
"My Site Name: Blue Widgets"
Does that mean I would benefit if I changed it to:
"Blue Widgets - My Site Name"
"Blue Widgets @ My Site Name"
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
A second factor could even be the word density in the title, but I don't have proof for this. E.g.,
"Widgets at somedomain.com"
IMHO when you do things like "Widgets Widgets Widgets" or "Cheap Widgets, Buy your Blue Widgets, Green Widgets and Red Widgets Here!" you just look like a spammer and the users skip those enteries. I know I do....
Ditto. The key to real success is to target your end user. You want to rank well with the search engines but search engines don't buy anything. Your end user still has to see an incentive to choose your listing over the others and to find what they are really searching for. If search engine robots had money we'd all be rich...Target your end user.