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January 3, 2006, 7:09 pm
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I'm trying to get my website to register on Google (and others if
anyone can suggest a starting point). I've tried submitting my url -
http://www.oxfordshirepilates.com/ to the submit URL page and it just
I wondered if this might be helped by improving the keyword density on
my website. I checked at gorank.com and pilates has a 6.37% density. Is
that high enough? It's repeated 13 times on the page.
I've even paid for Google ads but I still can't seem to get the website
to come up normally - can anyone make any suggestions? Any thoughts -
I'd be really grateful!
Re: keyword density - will this help my website to be found via search engines
You might think about using an H1 heading. You should also get a link from
another site. Google will follow the link from the other site and spider
your site. It's always a good idea to get links from related sites, as a
help to the other sites users, and to increase your page rank (importance).
Please respond to the group so others can share
re:keyword density - will this help my website to be found via
getting as many as possible and from a high PR (Page Rank) websites
as far as keyword density - try keeping it between the 7-10% and
remember to have it also in about double the precentage between you
Having your keyword in H1 will also most likely to help you.
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