Keywords Are Key

Felix, Chris
October 2006
Production Machining;Oct2006, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p62
The author reflects on the importance of using the right search engine keywords in effectively getting Internet users or customers in one's web site. He discusses that placement of keywords that specifically addresses the center of one's business is one of the most important factor in web site optimization. He also offers advice on how could effectively optimize the use of search engine and asserts that smart use of keywords in web site could help one achieved search engine success.


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