how you optemised your website?any new ideas?
new ideas for seo
Whatever keyword you're targetting, always aim to include it a good ten times in your webpage text just so Google knows your content is relevant to your title. Then, on whichever image hosting site you're using, make sure your images have that same keyword for their 'tags'.
These little things help Google know your website is relevant to the keyword they're listing your site for.
I totally agree with epicnoob on this one. keyword research, article distribution, Quality content and not just keyword stuffing,
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