Is my page optimized well?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

We paid somebody to get our site in top ranking of major search engines .

this is the first page they have done .

http://www.freelancewell.com/homeindex.html

Can you please take a look and let me know if it is done well ....

thanks
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nothing seems to be done on the site

or

they have done it wrongly, hence making it seem like its not done up!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

madmonk wrote:
nothing seems to be done on the site

or

they have done it wrongly, hence making it seem like its not done up!


you know when i looked i thought the same thing... what exactly have they done? Just looks like the last time i saw it (review forum?)

You'll rank ok for freelancewell .... but whos gonna search for that?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

One tip - Never put your website/company name first in the Title tag. Your keyword phrases should be "freelance jobs" and etc.

Then have your other pages focus on specific freelance jobs.

I have a client that is a huge company/site for freelance jobs and it will be tough to break into this category/industry, especially with whoever is optimizing your site.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i know that some programs use use keyword density and proximity in the page .

I was not suggested by this company anything like that .

Is this normal ?
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I do not feel keyword density is very important. Keep it natural looking and do not overdue it with the keyword phrase.

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