the most popular word IN the world
According to goohackle.com (obviously an authoritative source), 6,620,000,000 uses of the word "in" were recently identified on the Internet.
That's a lotta 'in's.
Our search for long tail keywords is over. Instead of scraping and groveling for keyword niches, we endorse the adoption of the word 'in' as a mega-keyword short tail SEO optimized traffic attractor.
Regardless of what you're selling, here's your gold mine of keyword bliss. Flog your get rich quick schemes, sell your online pharmaceuticals, advertise your antioxidants. Every Internet marketing scheme, whether multi-level, single-level, or no level at all will certainly benefit from the sprinkling on of a few strategic 'in' keywords in linguistically proper web site locations.
Fire all your SEO gurus and invest in 'in' options on the New York Grammar Exchange. Soon the world will realize how much power rests in those 2 little letters. Alone, the letters are 'i' and 'n', but together they represent the power seat of the Internet. No site ever launched was properly launched without numerous applications of the 'in' word. Oh, sure, a few GeoCities pages did manage to stay launched without any 'in's at all, but you know what fate befell GeoCities, don't you? They are gone, toast, out of business (if they ever were actually in business in the first place.)
Take the 'IN' word challenge
The next time you wake up, challenge yourself with this challenge: try to get through an entire day without using the word 'in'.
It simply cannot be done.
If you work at Starbucks, you understand the dependency upon that special little word. Without 'i' and 'n' appended together (in that order), no barista can up sell thirsty customers:
Would you like another shot of espresso in that grande expresso?
Note the strategic use of the word 'in' in that query. Even the most ardent and experienced gourmet coffee vendor understands that no other word could possibly suffice.
Throw your other keywords IN the trash
Trim down your keyword lists. All you need is one or three 'in's. Your sites will rocket into the Google Top 10 almost even before you click Publish.
Hot tip: Try these combinations! In , iN, IN, in
If you're feeling lucky, toss in a random 'inn', which might carry some weight with the lesser search engines. Google is too smart to fall for such a transparent ruse, but SearchMe.com could possibly buy it.