21 Jun 09 3:48 pm
I mean keyword phrases that I can be found under other than my primary keywords. So yes, meta tags count. But here is an example: Let's say I have an article on my blog that is optimized for the keyword phrase "jobs for college students online" so one of my tags would be that keyword phrase of course, but my other tags would be keywords that are directly and tightly related to that keyword such as: "part time college student jobs" "ways kids can make money online" "jobs for teenagers" The key is, make sure your tags or related keywords have low competition as well so that you can get found for them. So if you have those tags for keywords and those keywords are low in competition but high in search volume, even if the person didn't originally type in your keyword, if they type in one of your tags, your article/blog will come up. I hope this helps. If not, please let me know and I'll try a different example.