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I am building a site for a women's accessories brand.

The site has a Homepage, a Store page (where all accessories are displayed), a page for each of the accessories description, an about page and a contact page. There is also a whole set up for shopping cart and checkout (irrelevant to this question).

My issue is the SEO. Where can I put the keywords? The home page has only the menu and some photos. The store page displays the items and its titles. Then the specific item's page has a description of the item (pulled from the database), category and price. However, I feel like this is not enough for SEO for google ranking.

Where could I add tags in this type of site?

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marked as duplicate by John Conde Oct 28 '13 at 15:15

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Here are some ideas to insert keywords in your pages:. I assume women accessories are your keywords.

  • in the <title> tag (example for the home page: Women's accessories - Brand)
  • in the <h1> tag (example for the home page: Brand women's accessories)
  • in the <h2> tags if you can
  • in the <p> tags

For pages without a real content, you need to add some; it's important for SEO. During writing of this content, think of applying variations on displayed keywords to avoid being penalized for keyword stuffing.

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Thx! So, for my page displaying items, I should add a h1, h2 tag? For example, have a title for the page? Since currently I just display items –  samyb8 Oct 28 '13 at 15:19
    
For a good SEO, you need to use semantic markup like <title>, <h1>, <h2> tags. –  Zistoloen Oct 28 '13 at 15:42
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