SEO Content Page
Search engines have different formulae in determining how relevant your page is for certain keywords. The formulae of relevancy vary among the different search engines, for different devices, and at different locations. Consequently, it's not possible to say how important it is to have keywords in each of the above areas. Generally, the best practice is 'every bit helps' as long as the page is still easily understandable to real visitors, and adding these keywords doesn't conflict with other more important goals for the content of the site.
Search engines read all the words on your site and try to determine what the page is about, and how relevant the page is to any particular search term. Search engines give extra weight to words that appear more frequently (within reason) and words that appear in the title that appears at the top of the browser window (this is probably the biggest factor), the main heading on the page, Any subheadings, the first paragraph, the explicit list of keywords, hidden from users in the page's meta tags but visible to search engines, the page description, also hidden from users in the meta tags
Also potentially relevant are words that appear in the text of links, in bold or italics, and in the "alt" text that appears when you mouse over images or before the image loads.
In determining what keywords to include for your site, think of what content you would interest your browsers first and then what related keywords might be searched to find your sites. If relevant, include geographic keywords like street, neighborhood, city, province, country. Use simple or generic terms rather than fancy or branded terms. Include names your organization, your name, your product names if relevant.
We use related keywords that really have a relationship with the main keywords in the content development.
V Channel SEO Strategy
Our search engines use two important strategy, inbound links and page content while search engines use dozens of other criteria in determining the page ranking results. Some of the factors include: The top level domain name (.ca, .com, etc.), The domain name the site uses, how long the site has established, How frequently the site is updated and finally the word count of each page, and the number of pages.
The key to a high search engine ranking is having a useful, extensive site, updated frequently over time, with keyword-rich content, and lots of inbound links from other high ranking sites in your field.
Content page development
Content of a page is worthy of a search result position. It is what users want to see and very important to the search engines. Good SEO content
It is an online marketing task in developing customers’ profiles, market presence and product porftoflio into web pages. V Channel acquires customers’ knowledge and understands the portfolio play, then translate the concept into the content.
Uniquely Position Each Page
Keywords should be uniquely positioned at every page on your site. Keywords relevant to that page, plus a few that may be relevant to every page like your organization name and geographic location should be considered.
Links the Pages
Factors that makes the most difference in your rankings, and is also the most difficult to affect, is the number and quality of links from other sites to your site. Search engines determine the importance of your page by looking at what other sites are linking to your page. The more other sites that link to your page the better, but it's not just a matter of the number of links.
High quality inbound links may be applied to link other pages that are related to the topic of your page. The other page is highly ranked in the search engines. The text of the link to your site contains the keywords you want to be found.
Links have two benefits. First, you'll get direct traffic from people clicking on these links, and second, your ranking in the search engines will increase and you'll get more traffic from them.