IN THIS CHAPTER
Understanding keyword placement
Alt and other tags and attributes
URLs and file names
Writing keyword advertise-ment text
Creating great landing pages
Understanding and using A/B testing
Avoiding keyword stuffing
Having the right keywords is far more than just ownership. Once you have them, you have to use them properly to gain any value from them at all. For example, you might know what the hottest keyword on the Internet is, but if you don't use that keyword on your web site properly, it won't do you much good at all.
Once you're developed the perfect list of keywords, what are you supposed to do with them? In previous chapters, you've heard a little about the tags, text, and links where you can use your keywords. But it's not as simple as just throwing a keyword in here and there. You must know where and how to place them on your site properly so that search engines will interpret them properly and take notice of your web site.
You've probably heard the term "alt tags" a time or two. It's been mentioned more than once in this book. But hearing the term and understanding how it works are two different things.
The first thing you should understand about alt tags is that they're not really "tags" at all. Rather, the proper name for these is alt attributes. The term "attributes" is used because these are (more accurately) different attributes that enhance the tags you ...