Posts Tagged ‘performs’

Tanya Tucker performs Walk Thru This World from her new album My Turn

One of country music’s greatest stars, Tanya Tucker, has just finished recording a new album, My Turn, to be released on June 30, 2009 on Saguaro Road Records. Few can match the emotional range of Tucker’s vocals or the extraordinary career that began when she landed her first Top 10 hit on the country chart at just 13. On her new album Tucker takes classic country songs originally recorded by the all time great male legends of the time and turns the tables, giving classics such as “You Don’t Know Me” and “Oh, Lonesome Me” a powerful reconstruction from a woman’s point of view. “Tanya is one of the few country superstars able to deliver searingly honest country songs and still relate to fans of every age and musical interest,” says Saguaro Road Senior Vice President Audio & Video Retail Mike Jason. “She is a one of a kind artist and personality and epitomizes what we at Saguaro Road are all about.” Working with producer Pete Anderson (Dwight Yoakam, Michelle Shocked), Tucker selected songs from her childhood that inspired her career and completely transformed their delivery and meaning with her inimitable earthy, passionate and unflinching style. Tucker reworked classics such as Buck Owens’ “Love’s Gonna Live Here” (featuring Jim Lauderdale), “You Don’t Know Me” by Eddy Arnold, George Jones’ “Walk Through This World With Me” and even invited The Grascals to join her on a flip-flop of the Conway Twitty/Loretta Lynn duet “After The Fire Is Gone.” Bluegrass stars Rhonda and


03 2013

Is this how one performs an SEO Campaign?

Question by Sir Singleton: Is this how one performs an SEO Campaign?
Newbie here.

I’m using this tool that tells me the Global Monthly Search Volume for keyword phrases relating to my niche.

I’m taking the higher volume searches and injecting them into my web page content a few fold here and there.

Is this the right path? Or should I be focusing on the keywords that perform so-so, considering the high volume search phrases may be in tight competition?

My niche isn’t as crowded as others and my website will have many things my competitors do not offer.

With that said, go on.

Best answer:

Answer by Jakester
Many gurus are emphasizing the need to find a niche in order to appear near the first page of search results, I don’t know how competitive your area is, but of you are targeting keywords with million+ searches, the odds of making page 2 are dismal, better to narrow your focus and consolidate your content to emphasize attainable keywords, better to be a big fish in a small pond than a goldfish in an ocean.
Search engines are getting better at identifying the context of keywords and the associated text, if you just stay on topic in your regular articles additions, your ranking will improve.

What do you think? Answer below!


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