What we have to understand before choosing keywords competition

Study to learn how choose keywords - To know the popularity of keywords is really less than half the battle, however. It is vital to know what you are up against: If you are entering a very competitive marketplace (where there are millions of sites using exactly your keywords), it will be a long and hard slog to get up there with the very best.

Don’t pick the targets that are miles away from your gun sites!
Keyword competitiveness is extracted from the number of results returned from a Google search on the search terms concerned. For example, a search on business cards reviews, at the time of writing, around 298 million results.
  • business cards reviews = 298,000,000
  • "business cards reviews" = 396,000
  • [business cards reviews] =  298,000,000
This shows the amount of competition for this sentence, It is very large, so that we can not keep up with that.

And within these results we can learn Tagged competition, what we can do because of it ?
Do we have the ability to catch up with our competitors?

If we do not have the ability to compete, we must beware of the use of such phrases and words, the competition is not easy.

Directly competing sites are those that have the exact  keyword phrase you are analyzing in the anchor text (the text the user  clicks) of links to their site from other websites 
(rather than simply having  the words in that phrase on their pages). 

Directly competing sites are  your serious competition: 
  • They are likely already to have invested time and energy into search engine optimization campaigns.  They are also likely to continue doing so in the future.
To speed up your extraction of Google search results numbers,  you may wish to make use of another neat tool http://www.googlefight.com which allows you to compare the overall frequency of two  competing keyword sets across the whole of Google's results.

So what is the solution in such a situation? We have to try to collect as many of the words competitive, which is at the forefront of research, and then try to avoid them. 

Then go into competition with a few words and search for keywords synonymous.This gives you the best opportunity with search queries.
What you should do ???
The following shows where keywords should be used on your web pages. The list is in approximate order of importance (subject to change). The first four items are particularly important, with Google giving weight to keywords found in the title much more than any of the other locations.
  • Title: <TITLE>keywords</TITLE>. Use starting with first or second word in the title.
  • Headings: <H1>keywords</H1>, <H2>keywords</H2>. Use a stylesheet (CSS file) to control the size of heading text to make it blend in better.
  • First paragraph of page (first 20 words): <BODY><P>keywords</P> Bold and/or italicize keywords also.
  • Link (anchor) text: <A HREF>keywords</A>. The clickable portion of links.
  • Last paragraph of page: <P>keywords </P></BODY>
  • Drop-down boxes: <FORM><OPTION>keywords</OPTION></FORM>
  • URLs: <A HREF=”http://www.keywords.com/”></A>
  • Folder & file names: keywords/keywords.html, keywords.gif
  • Image ALT text: <IMG SRC=” ” ALT=”keywords” >
  • Link TITLE attribute text: <A HREF=” “ TITLE=”keywords”></A> (Displays in Internet Explorer only)


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