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Does it really matter? I'm trying to focus on 8-10 key words.
Focus on that phrase, focus the phrase on your page, then submit and wait. Remember, you need more than just the two word phrase to do well.
When you've seen that improve, choose another phrase and focus, focus, focus, each time. Remember to relevant links (internal and external), etc.
Waiting is a major point. I've waited about 6-months for pages to filter through, and even then, I do not know where they will show.
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I can't explain all what happens, but there will come a magic point where things do line up. I've seen it happen on site after site. Focus on the content and eventually the rest will follow.
Part of what goes on during content expansions is:
- traffic breeds traffic. One friend tells another friend, who quotes you in a forum, who tells another friend who quotes you in a newsletter...
- proxy caches take a shine to your url. Magic things happen when your url starts to make it up the ladder on someones proxy cache hit list. That data gets rerolled by people after people.
- go for the big links expansion in context. Not so much for se rankings, but just to get on someones list. When new directories go to raid links, they go to those link lists first. win-win-win.
- Yahoo...ya. I don't like it, but there is that yahoo thing - do it.
- Look to some minor se's and topic specific directories.
- Content, content, content. Create one new page per day. In a year that is 365 new pages. The se's will love you.
You do some of those things, and sooner or later, the se's will perk up and take notice.
Yesterday was the largest day ever for search engine world? Why? 5 pages I wrote about google in the spring of 98. They have ranked well forever but only generated 4-10 referrals a day. Yesterday they layed a golden egg. What goes around, comes around.
Sometimes SEO is like a lottery, and evey page is another ticket for the draw. :)
Another thing is that there are millions of people out there, each with their individual interests and tastes. Not everyone is ever going to bookmark a single page, but if you build a wider range of pages and content you'll see a coresponding increase in both incoming links and people coming from bookmarks and e-mail recommendations.
That is why I still say content is king. The SEs can be fooled, but people like content. People bookmark and recommend pages that have great and meaningful information. Not only is content king in that respect, but he's a popular monarch that many visitors come to visit or recommend others to see.