SEO Best Practices-Keywords

Does anyone have any links to examples of websites that have been Search Engine Optimized in terms of keywords? Before and after examples would be great.

I’m still trying to wrap my head around the best way to select relevant keywords.


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Everything I’m reading is that Google and other search engines are looking for meaning and not just a bunch of words.

Some info here - Welcome to exatlas.com

Marcel


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For me, this is one of those things that are more personal conviction than
science. Not any of that “above the fold” click-baiting superstitious
bullcrap-- that’s all leftovers from the Golden Age of Advertising, which
is dead, dead, dead. If I can believe in the content, then I can sell it…
otherwise it’s just more “blah, blah, blabbity blah”.

You make that client understand that if they can’t inform and inspire
users, then the internet will kill them AND GOOD RIDDENCE!!! You are there
to lead them away from becoming merely mediocre, and reward the folks who
come to looking for relevance.

I don’t know how to describe that as a best practice. What is “best
practice” to gladiators?


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Don’t get eaten.

Walter

On Feb 18, 2015, at 3:39 PM, Ernie Simpson email@hidden wrote:

What is “best
practice” to gladiators?


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Don’t get eaten.

I loved Spartacus, such an idealist… but I have to keep remembering the
happy ending.


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I’m shutting down my (very) small business, at least temporarily. It was something to do in retirement, but I’m finding that life can be amazingly full without a job. Anyhow, I’m planning on letting my hosting contract run out mid-March, but I want to keep my domain name, in case I want to start things up again at some later date.

So what’s the best/cheapest way to keep my domain name in the registry?

Thanks in advance,
Steve


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This probably belongs in a different thread.

So what’s the best/cheapest way to keep my domain name in the registry?

As long as you pay the annual fee to your domain registrar you should be fine. You can also prepay for a few years.

Remember you do not “own” a domain name—it’s more like renting or leasing—as long as you pay you can use it.

Cheers
Marcel


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