How to choose the right keywords for your website?

Hello All, I am seeking for help from all of you on how to choose the right keyword for my website. My company is a Business Process Outsourcing Company specializing in Web Designing and Web Development. We also do Administrative support jobs like Data Entry, Mining, Processing and Conversion. I would appreciate if anyone of you tell me how to choose the best keyword which will bring more visitors to my website. I am also keen in learning it by myself so that i can help others when needed. I wanted to know the entire concept of the "keywords and search phrases". Thanks for your time and patience in reading my question. Best Regards, Girish Chandran

Asked By: Girish Chandran - 9/15/2007
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Try searching within Google Hot Trends for the keywords or phrases you would use to find your services if you were in the market for them. Or you can also use Wordtracker Gtrends which will tell you if a key phrase is worth using or not. I've been having great success with the latter. Hope that helps.
Answered By: Tina - 9/15/2007
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I have found that if you advertise on Google, they can suggest keywords. Yahoo might do the same, but I am not sure. Monitor how many different keywords get how many hits, and eliminate the ones that aren't working for you... More
Answered By: kitkit - 9/15/2007
I got a golden nugget from someone recently on this one! and it's also a Simpson like DUH! when I tell you you are going to think-DUH. Do a google search for the kind of company that you are creating for, "Golf supplies?" Check out all of the key words that you see! what do they have in common? Isn't that a Duh moment... More
Answered By: DakB - 9/15/2007
Search engine positioning is designed to attract customers to your website who search information about a specific subject. Some of the components which make up the ranking algorithm include the placement of the phrase on the page, the number of times the phrase is used, the number of links to other relevant pages and... More
Answered By: Mike1984 - 9/18/2007
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