Friday, December 09, 2005

Optimizing Kansas City Menus

Today's project, Search engine optimization for KansasCityMenus.com. KC Menus is a great site, especially if you live in, or travel to, Kansas City; and you happen to be hungry. Of course, no one can remember all those great websites that make life easy, so we use Google, MSN, Yahoo, and many other search engines to find those sites for us. KansasCityMenus.com wants to be at the top of the search results when someone is looking for a restaurant or restaurants in Kansas City, Kansas. That's where LogicMaze comes in. It can be a complicated process, but I can briefly explain the basics. For the first step, I am taking their existing site and optimizing the pages with keywords to be easily found by search engines. This involves not only modifying text you can see on the page, but modifying the code, or language, of the page as well. Step two is creating a buzz about the site. Similar to information being spread by word of mouth, search engines rate the buzz of a site by how many links point to that site. So by simply telling you here to dine at a Good Kansas City restaurant we are starting that buzz to make them the best. Check back to see how popular KansasCityMenus.com becomes...

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