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Make your Title Content SEO Friendly - Nathan Hilton expains "content seo"

Effective Content SEO is the backbone of a successful online business. By using the search engines you can get the most cost effective method to drive targeted leads to any website.

Nathan Hilton - Internet Marketing Coach
PRLog - March 11, 2009 - WINONA, Minn. -- Content SEO techniques done effectively will funnel continous leads to your capture page or website.  But these arent just any leads, they are targeted leads.

Nathan Hilton has a "content seo" video tutorial series that he displays to the public on his YouTube channel.  These videos are a step by step guide to understanding the search engines and how to take advantage of them with specific [content seo] methods, and getting them to work for you and drive you traffic.

The title of your content is important to search engine optimization (seo).  Nathan Hilton says the key to higher ranked articles, press releases, blogs, and videos is to make the title keyword rich and meaningful enough to attract viewers.  For the best 'content seo' results, you should place your targeted keyword twice in your title.  Idealy at the start and end of the title.

Nathan Hilton invites you to take advantage of his video tutorials located on his YouTube channel -http://youtube.com/nathanhilton2 There you will find more {Content SEO} tips as well as other marketing secrets to effective search engine optimization.

You can also find more videos on his personal Web 2.0 Marketing training website -http://hiltoncls.com

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About Nathan Hilton-
Nathan Hilton specializes in free types of online marketing. He shares his personal techinques on his Training Website [ http://hiltoncls.com ] and also on his YouTube Channel [ http://youtube.com/nathanhilton2 ]

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Source:Nathan Hilton
Location:Winona - Minnesota - United States
Industry:Advertising, Marketing, Internet
Tags:nathan hilton, content seo, web 2 0 marketing, free internet training

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