Deep Indexing – Squidoo and Search Engine Indexing

Deep linking to achieve deep indexing has become an obsession with SEO experts and novices. Just do a Google search on the term, "deep indexing" and you will see the energy that is going into this area of ​​SEO.

To achieve deep indexing, affiliate marketers are creating multiple "inner site maps", submitting multiple pages to search engines, adding a "popular post category" to their blogs … and so it goes on.

Well the great news for Squidoo lensmasters is that Google automatically deep indexes Squidoo lenses.

I found this out by watching the daily stats of each of my Squidoo lenses over a number of weeks. The amazing revelation is how deeply Google indexes my lenses, so that I not only receive visitors who search on my primary keyword but now I am getting visitors who search on the most unlikely "long tail keywords".

I know for a fact that Google is indexing all my Squidoo module headings, text within modules, video titles in the YouTube modules and links in link / list modules.

Here is a sample of some of the long tail keywords that searchers have used in Google, MSN and Yahoo to find my lenses:

* developing marketing strategies for higher education

* companies to get paid for submitting photos

* squid – market strategy in 2008

* moss on rainforest floor

* dreamtime story about how the world was created

* viral unlimited social marketing videos

* affiliate website marketing step by step

* engagement marketing strategy Facebook

* free software to turn my pictures into movie

* biome: tropical rainforest / animal survival

* Facebook personal page marketing character

* knowledgetree simultaneous editing

* easy to remember poems about trees

* how to strategize to win a tennis match

* programs that turn your pictures into cartoons

* singers that sound like Eva Cassidy

* songs to sing before a tennis match

* YouTube digital bath hawaii

What you can do is build your Squidoo lens in a way that encourages the search engines to deep index your lens but that is another story! The key is to vary the keywords you use in your Squidoo lens … and this goes against conventional wisdom.

Source by Ron Passfield

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