The other day I noticed that the pages that Google had spidered on Marketing Tom fell into 2 categories:
Needless to say that your ranking on Google is much better when the page title is displayed. When I found out that an important page on my other blog, Mad About Madrid, was not listed I took one simple step - I put a keyword link on the left-hand navigation bar to that page. The result: within a couple of days Google had re-spidered the page and it was appearing in position number 2 for my keywords (if you want to try it out, type in "Plaza de Cibeles" on Google).
Search Engine Optimization Experiment
I would like to use this article to demonstrate how the above can be achieved. I will simply put links to all the articles below and wait for Google to re-spider the pages and add in the page titles. You will obviously notice that the keyword link is the same as the page title on the destination page. In order to further help this process, I have also included a new section on the left-hand side of this page called 'Recent Posts' which links to the permalink of this article. Please check this article periodically to see how I get off and why not even read the articles. I hope to God it works now!
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