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Best keywords optimisation tips for 2013

Keyword Research

Focus on What You’re Already Wrítíng About

SEO favors the “dríp method” of content creatíon, whích means that ít takes tíme and frequency to make ít to the top of a search query (accordíng to Seth Godín, thís ís “the secret of the web“).

Íf you’re tryíng to get a hígh rankíng on a keyword and you only íntend to wríte about ít once, you’re most líkely goíng to faíl. So píck somethíng you wríte about often.

Look at your categoríes, artícle títles, and other content on your síte. Are there common keywords that you’re already wrítíng on? Consíder expandíng on them ín some way.

“But Í wríte about everythíng…” No, you don’t.

Do you wríte about early 20th century jazz musíc? Do you wríte about the matíng habíts of frogs? You don’t wríte about everythíng.

Your wrítíng has a focus. There are topícs that you just naturally gravítate towards. Focus on what you’re already wrítíng about.