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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by Raven386, Jan 10, 2008.
added a lot of stuff to the website... what does everyone think?
giving the link would help a lot! www.10elawncare.com
above are your keywords,
from wiki;The term keyword in reference to SEM usually refers to a word or phrase (combination of words, such as 'Chicago Courier Service') used to find relevant and useful webpages,
what are people going to type in looking for a service;
the basics are ,
landscaping town state, lawn care town state, mowing town state, or landscaping town, patio town state, or reverse the order
generally the service you want people to buy and your area, AND have the same words on the page,read this it should get you on track - http://www.webconfs.com/seo-tutorial/
thanks for that page. very helpful. what page did you get those keywords from?
is this forum dead today or what?
all those views and no one has anything to say?!
what keywords, the ones in quotes are from your site
like the landscaping pictures you have on your web page.
You can "see" your key words by viewing the source code of your site. Most browsers will let you view a websites source code and near the top of yours it says:
<meta name="keywords" content="Stratford,Lawn Care,Landscaping,Envy of the neighborhood,Customer satisfaction,10-E Lawn Care LLC,CT Based Lawn Care,CT Based Landscaping,Matthew Tenney,2003,06614,06615,06611,06497,06484,06460,06461,06824,06825,06601">
Your site's administrator can address this issue.
I like the content a lot, but the menu is slow to load and refresh. Also the green-on-green (and blue/blue for snow) are a little hard on the eyes. I would use contrasting colors like you have on the Fall Cleanup menu.