Solved Why dont my keywords work

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Deletedmember174514

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hi, im trying to start of a buisness in my village the key is to be able to get people to see my website when the search in google.i have created a website and i have placed the keywords in the right place on my website, i know my website is listed in google but when i search for my keywords my website dosent appear.any ideas or is it all part of SEO?
 
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cheers i have typed a load of text with my key phrases in and hidden it. hopefully that will work thanks for your help
 
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As long as the new load of text with keywords has a purpose other than getting a better Google ranking. People might get annoyed if you overload your site with text that seems to have no purpose. I've learned that in the past with my sites.
 
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yer its true but i have hidden the text made it tiny and see through. however google has searched my site and even then it dosnt help
 
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Never use hidden text , white text or tiny text. Google sees this as a deliberate attempt in spamming a page in order to acheive a better ranking.

Use a H1 tag for the keyword somewhere in the page, emphasise the importance of the keyword somewhere else using bold text and underline. Make sure other people link to your site as this sows other sites think your content is relevant and ensure your page title contains your keyword too.
 
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That's true, but I think this forum is for free help. I see your point, but there are places you should charge people and where you shouldn't.
Sorry.
 
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Google will most likely penalize your site for all the size "-7" text that's the same color as the background. You also have links done in Flash and Javascript that Google doesn't always follow properly. Your site includes images that are on your hard drive rather than the website so no one can see them.

There are links with text like "click here" which doesn't really explain to the search engine what the link is, and Google doesn't list many sites that link to yours.
 

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sysfix said:
Never use hidden text , white text or tiny text. Google sees this as a deliberate attempt in spamming a page in order to acheive a better ranking.

Use a H1 tag for the keyword somewhere in the page, emphasise the importance of the keyword somewhere else using bold text and underline. Make sure other people link to your site as this sows other sites think your content is relevant and ensure your page title contains your keyword too.

If you need further help, we can offer assistance privately for a fee
I think a visit to the TSG Rules is in order. :( If you want to advertise, do it someplace else. Any further advertising and soliciting here will be your last. (n)
 

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sysfix,

I have edited your post. We do not allow advertising. Please read the rules before posting again.
 
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Deletedmember174514

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hi sorry i have been out today your help is great. i have put links in signatures in all my forums, and tried to get links form loads of sites im submitting to engines every other day. i need to change my hidden text if google will penalize me any ideas on where to put it. if you visit the website you can see the text. im trying to get it so that when people search for pc repairs in appleby magna im number one. i would honestly pay you guys for your help but im just a student starting out thats why i have come here instead of paying for SEO. sorry
 
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