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What about Cornwall Stuart?. Busmans holiday, we could do a 'prizewinning landscaper visits Cornwall' blog - loads of work.
You would expect that though Kerrie - not many people would search using those keywords (except from LJN).
The challenge is to engage readers who have an interest in the advice being given in the post.
The inclusion of speech marks are for the TAG lines, or in a blog on your own site, the TITLE or KEYWORDS.
The inclusion of the speech marks are so that this forms a search, i.e. "Landscaper in Torbay" otherwise Ning separates that search if not in speech marks into three separate words.
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The discussions on here are generally too small to be found on a Google search, unless you add your co. name to these Tags, keywords etc.
Ace Garden Services - John said:Ok, this has somehow become a discussion, which wasn't the intention.
So while we are on the subject of google finding the discussion or blog from the title of the discussion, can we clear up any what we need to put into the title.
My title has got - Landscape gardeners in it, and Torbay and the South Hams and the county of Devon. It also has - find and LJN .
If someone typed into Google, Find landscape gardener in Devon, or Gardener in Torbay, will Google pick up my discussion?. If it does then the customer can follow the link back to LJN.
If every member of the LJN site did a similar thing for their area, then surely all those searching for landscape gardeners etc will probably end up checking out LJN.
Or is this not correct ?
All I need to know is what to stick in the title and I will do it.
With regard to blogs, Stuart has mentioned that speech marks are needed to prevent the seperation of keywords, are there any other punctuation marks that have to be added. -for blogs and discussion forums