What I will show you today is nothing spectacular, but I promised to explain completely how my recipes web site works.
I wanted to put up more sample recipe pages. A book for which I didn’t have a sample recipe yet was the book with dessert recipes.
Instead of choosing a random recipe as a sample, I went to WordTracker and started searching for key phrases related to dessert recipes. From the suggested key phrases, I had to find one that applied to at least one of the recipes in the book. So I ended up with “carrot cake recipes”.
I followed the simple SEO rules that I know. I am not a SEO expert so this may not work. But the result is my carrot cake recipes page. I used the key phrase in the file-name, and started the title and description tags with it. I also put the phrase carrot cake recipes in bold at the beginning of the page. Although this doesn’t fit quite well: There is only one recipe on the page.
Putting the key phrase in the body was not so easy: Most of the content is the actual carrot cake recipe. So instead, what I did was put some text at the end that contained the key phrase, and also put a link at the bottom that contains the key phrase. And finally, I put the key phrase in the alt tags for the images.
I can not promise that this will work. But we are talking about an experiment web site, so that’s fine: if it doesn’t work, there’s nothing lost.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
The major problem I’m having is how to convince visitors to buy. I already offer them an immediate solution to their problem for free: They get the recipe they were looking for. Does anyone know a good solution for this?
Note: This blog entry is of course also optimized, so that a relevant page is linking to my new page.