Entrepreneurs have realized the importance of Internet Marketing (IM) in putting a “stake in the ground” in creating their market footprint. IM must be a part of good competitive strategies to capture business. So too is the impact of using SEO. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a critical piece to the niche-marketing puzzle. If you do not tackle SEO head on, you will get lost in the crowd.
SEO is basically the process of helping search engines (i.e. Google, Bing, or Yahoo) not only recognize and find your site, but also list and rank your site content. The purpose of this process is to ensure Internet searchers see your website in the (hopefully) first, if not first couple of pages of results when performing a search related to your niche.
When you set up your niche marketing website, you will want to first create a list of keywords that are relevant to your target market. For example, if your niche is vegan dinner dishes, your keywords might include vegan, vegan dinner, vegan dinner recipes, vegan dinner dishes, and vegan recipes.
However, you will want to be careful not to make your list too long because you can only realistically top so many keywords. With SEO, it is critical to focus.
Once you have a set list of keywords (preferably anywhere from 5 to 10 should suffice_ you then must include these words within your site content, your site headings, footers, site page titles, meta tags and anywhere you deem appropriate. You want to weave these keywords into your messaging as much as possible in a casual way that allows for maximum optimization but still makes sense to your readers.
SEO is all about strategy, so take your time when deciding how to approach your niche market. This is not something to take a shot in the dark with. You will want to put careful planning into your SEO efforts, as they will drive traffic to your site, and ultimately, drive your business.
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