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Steve
03-16-2012, 03:38 PM
If you are doing search engine optimization for one term, does it help other related ones?

For instance, say you do a bunch of things to create backlinks for Denver Lawn Care does that help you improve in the search ranks for similar things like denver lawn clean ups?

CHEESE2009
03-16-2012, 07:57 PM
I'm also wondering if it makes a difference to write;

Denver Lawn Care,

or

Denver, Lawn, Care

abbot
03-18-2012, 05:27 PM
For instance, say you do a bunch of things to create backlinks for Denver Lawn Care does that help you improve in the search ranks for similar things like denver lawn clean ups?

The way you put it, no not really. Unless it's an article on "denver lawn care" and you mention "denver lawn clean ups" a few times within that article. But in short answer, no.

However if you are optimizing for "denver lawn care" you are also optimizing for "lawn care denver" and "lawn care in denver"

I'm also wondering if it makes a difference to write;

Denver Lawn Care,

or

Denver, Lawn, Care


You would want;

"Denver Lawn Care, Lawn care, Denver, Lawn Care In Denver"

^ Minus the capital letters, never use capital letters on tags.

CHEESE2009
03-20-2012, 08:10 PM
This is good to know!

What happens if we have tags like;

facebook,boobs,google,youtube... (anything not quite related to the site itself)

Would this somehow work to our advantage?

abbot
03-21-2012, 07:48 PM
This is good to know!

What happens if we have tags like;

facebook,boobs,google,youtube... (anything not quite related to the site itself)

Would this somehow work to our advantage?

Nope;

Even if you somehow got listed on the 57,000th page in google. Someone searching for facebook, boobs , google , or youtube would not care about your lawn care biz. :D