Where Do You Put Your Keywords for Maximum Results?

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Happy July, everyone! (Can 2008 already be half over? It doesn’t seem possible.)

Yet, yesterday I put this year’s 7th issue of flyte log to bed, so it must be true. This month’s article is "Search Engine Optimization: Keyword Placement for Maximum Results."

Yes, even in search engine optimization (SEO) the old saw is true: A place for everything and everything in its place. Just knowing what your audience is searching for isn’t enough; you need to know where your keywords can do the most good.

In this issue we talk about where you should be placing your keywords, what places you can ignore, and how to avoid being red flagged for duplicate content accidentally.

Rich Brooks
Search Engine Marketing

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