What are keywords, & why should I care?

Keywords are what anyone who has a web site, blog( weblogs), does online internet marketing or surfs the Net should know!

They are the search terms folks use to find information & services they need.  Why should you care?  Keywords make the difference between being clicked on-visited or not being known at all in the online world.

But, besides,  web site optimizing-using the most looked for terms, you want to look for searched on terms, but, are relatively not out there-so, you’ve beat the competition! 

Here are some tools to help you maximize your ‘Net presence. I’ll be your "Google" & share what I’ve found out!

Check out & download the FREE Google toolbar that tells you every site’s rankings that you visit.

To find out the best keywords for you, use www.wordtracker.com  You can click on an online tutorial that explains all the ins & outs.  For a few bucks, you can become a registered user for a day or more.

To get feedback on your sales page & how compelling it is…visit www.glyphius.com there’s a fee, but it’s worth it!

Solopreneur, small business, coaching, Disney World are all keywords.

Can you name ones that are for you or what you do/sell?


Take care

Marcia Merrill, The Transition Chick, Career/Life Transitions Coach

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