SubmitYourArticle.com Provides Insight Into Understanding Keywords
Popular article submission service SubmitYourArticle.com today released important insight into understanding keywords.
Many article writers are intimidated by the thought that they are responsible for marketing their own website. The writer of the post on SubmitYourArticle.com states that “When you hear people talking about things like “keywords”, your brain starts to hurt. “Oh, no”, you think, “here comes more information that I don’t understand!” I always like to try to take a technical concept and teach it in a non-technical way.”
The post on SubmitYourArticle.com outlines a concept of going to the Library to carry out research on a particular topic. The general steps would be to first visit the library, and then find the card catalog which references particular books on the topic the visitor is searching for. It goes on to explain how the librarian uses the subject of the book to classify and organize it. Writers and publishers of books give the library a list of key words that pertain to the book. Then the librarian takes those key words and creates the call number and the index card, so that when people come into the library looking for information on that topic, they can easily find that book.
In the same way that the author of a book provides the librarian with key words (subjects) that apply to the book so the librarian can categorize it, web page owners need to provide Google with key words so that Google can categorize the content of web pages and arrange them in its listings. That way, when web users search for information on a particular topic, certain related web pages will be listed in the proper order.
SubmitYourArticle.com suggest that by marketing a website with specific keywords in mind, the owner of the site is helping the sites web pages to be categorized in a way that people can easily find them. Not giving Google information about the keywords associated with the sites web pages is, according the writer, “like handing your book to a librarian and telling her, “Just put it anywhere.”
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