I’ve signed up and chosen keywords, now what?

The first thing you need to do is to decide on a Web page within your website that you want optimized for each keyword you’ve submitted to RankPay. You can assign up to two keywords per Webpage. It’s highly recommended… Continue Reading

When I check my site’s rankings, I get different results than what RankPay reports. Why?

Just recently it became possible for different people to receive different results for the same keyword search. For some users, Google and Yahoo are now displaying “personalized” search results. This means that if you are logged into a Google or… Continue Reading

How to do “Onpage Optimization”

After you choose a new keyword at RankPay, the next step is to assign the keyword to a  Web page that you want to rank in the search engines.    After you identify which page you want optimized, you or your… Continue Reading


What is Google PageRank and why does it matter?

One of the most important factors in the amount of time and effort it takes to getting one of your Web pages to rank in the search engines is the current level of existing credibility the page has in the… Continue Reading


Optimizing the Keyword Meta Tag

Back in the good ol’ days the Keyword meta tag used to be pretty important. You could stuff the tag with all your keywords and have a real impact on how your pages ranked in the search engines. Unfortunately, today… Continue Reading