There are two things about me that you must know.
1. I make mistakes all of the time.
2. I am good at SEO
Now if you combine the two statements listed above, you can see that although I am good at search engine optimization, I almost always make mistakes. Let’s revisit a domain name here. Do you guys remember me talking about educationalsolarkit.com? If not, then please click here as it will help you understand this blog entry.
Now for the good news as I am an optimist. I am now on the first page of Google once again for the following terms:
educational solar kit
educational solar kits
This is great news! According to Web CEO I am currently in position 6 and position 9. The fact that I currently hold two positions on the first page of Google for the select terms I optimized the site for is simply amazing! I am a happy camper, until I noticed one slight defect. Apparently I forgot to do something. As some of you may know I tend to use custom templates for my sites and sometimes this causes a bit of confusion.
Since I created educationalsolarkit.com after blushes.org I accidentally kept the meta content description tag the same. Now this isn’t too big of a deal but if you search for the key terms that I have optimized for on google, you are presented with my site and a description which says the following:
Blushes.org – Learn About The Best Blushes For Your Face.
LOL! I have to laugh at this one. People who are searching for educational solar kits are greeted with a blushes.org met tag description! This just shows that I still have a few qwirks in my domain development life cycle. I will eventually develop a check list to use for every domain name is developed, so small qwirks like this do not pop up again. On another note, I lost all my yahoo rank and gained all my google rank with the new mini site located on educationalsolarkit.com, who would of figured that would happen?
Hopefully no one makes the same mistake I have made. Now I play the waiting game to see how long it will take until Google updates the meta tag description area. I have to cut this blog entry short since our second Southern California Domaining Group Meetup is in about an hour. Until next time!