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08-26-2004, 09:59 PM
hi, we just revised our entire site, www.outsourceteamasia.com , and i would need help re: optimization.
I was planning on putting in the keywords such as
outsource web services
outsource website services
outsource creative services
hope you guys could help me out on this. we are currently studying SEO
and we plan on doing it right for our own site as a start in order to be able
offer it as a potential service to our clients. Need all of your opinions..
thanks in advance....
08-27-2004, 12:46 PM
I'm an seo rookie, but I do see a few things that you need. The first thing that I noticed is most of your keywords aren't highly searched after. Which means it won't be hard to rank high in most of your keywords, but you will get little or no business. Check this link out to see the search terms you should be striviing for. http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/
I would also suggest reading Seo Guy's seo tutorial.
seo tutorial (http://www.seo-guy.com/tutorial.html)
In his tutorial you will learn that H1, H2, title, backlinks, and text links are very important.
I would suggest that you place all or most of your keywords as text links on your home page. And when you have sites back link to you, see if they will give you a text link back to you. You can check out my site.
On my home page I have all my keywords on the bottom they are:
Portable Sound systems
I'm ranked #1 in google for an-130, lib-6000, and an1000x. Which isn't a big deal because those are my secondary keywords. And they aren't highly searched after. I want to rank #1 for my primary keywords whcih are: anchor audio, portable sound systems, and one more term I haven't even optimized for yet. I'm just waiting to start going up in serps But any how, each page is optimiized for one keyword.
I think you have a great looking site. After you do some good optimization, it will be on like Donkey Kong!
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