Planning a new strategy...

  • cdx
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi all...

I am going to start publishing my site very soon and I did some homework about it before. My site is going to compete with ALOT of website in same business, and I think it's going to be a very hard competition, and I don't know if I have the chances even to get into the top 30-40 in google.

My website is in the Renting apartments for turists in Paris.
1000's of website already fighting on the places there and I didn't even join that fight.

I wanted to ask here if anyone already found himself in the same possition. What can I do in order to be ranked well no matter what?

I am renting STUDIO apartments, do I need to focus on 'studio' as my main keywork in order to minimize my competition?

What method do I need to use in order to build an effective strategy not just to be ranked high in google, but also to generate sales...

I am curious to hear what people here has to say about that,

Thanks in advance for any help....

Guy.
  • madmonk
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Post 3+ Months Ago

best to check out longer keywords terms such as " studio apartments in paris".
-Just by concentrating on a single search term is quite difficult cuz you will then be competing with more pple.
  • Jess
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Post 3+ Months Ago

interesting but not difficult. I cannot (on looking) imagine studio appartments paris to be a diffcult keyphrase.

Lets start with yahoo and msn - ensure you keyphrase s in your titles, descriptions. h1 tags, meta tags, page copy etc. engine slike these work om keyword density i.e how many times your keyword appears in contrast to all the other wods on your page.

Yahoo and especially google use backlinks to determine how popular and relevant your site is so ensure your keywords are used in your anchor text.

Thats all there is to it - no special methofd, no secrets, just plain old logic.

Search engines were created by humans.
  • madmonk
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yep yep. just follow what she has said.lol.

btw, there are ppple who are after universal studio, hollywood studio and design studio as well.

you can check yr keywords searches out in here...
http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchi ... uggestion/
  • rtchar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Any great marketing plan always starts at the same place ... the customer!

Is your customer base North American or European? How are they likely to arrive in your location? What would they like to do once they get there? How will they get around when they are in Paris? Thses topics can be a great source of info that people will need ---> and a source of related links.

Sometimes your own expertise can be a drawback ... not looking at things the way your customers do.

For example the term studio apartment is not commonly used in North America. I would be looking for "apartments for rent Paris" or "Paris to rent weekly monthly". In other words how is your CUSTOMER likely to find you!

Only then can you put pen to paper. :)

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