Site Review: http://toyota-dealer.org
We have recently updated our site: http://toyota-dealer.org. The site uses a template so there are limitations on how much design can be changed. What keeps us awake at night is SEO.
As an intro: We are a car dealer who export luxury cars, pickup trucks, Sport Utility Vehicles, Multi-Purpose Vehicles, ambulances, anti-terrorism vehicles, armored cars, vans, trucks, buses and construction machinery from Thailand, Australia, United Kingdom, USA, Japan, Singapore and Dubai UAE. Since we export hundreds of different models, it is hard to optimize the site for so many different keywords without sounding spammy. But the issue is that if we don't tell our customers that we do sell these vehicles neither Google bring them to us nor will they know if they visited the pages.
SEO is our major concern as Google recently has been cranky will all the weekly and monthly updates it is spewing out, there is a queasy feeling in the stomach all the time with the see-saw we experience with the sites.
Four car models that sell well are Toyota Hilux Vigo, Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Prado and Toyota Land Cruiser but it may be because we have optimized the site for these keywords. I sometime get the feeling that we may not be getting customers for other vehicles because we are nowhere on Google for them.
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Hi there, I'd like to give some insights regarding your site - SEO-wise.
First, your content indeed looks spammy - the title tag for instance is just a series of keywords that do not provide a clear thought..so you should work on that.
Second, your content is not well-written as well..not organized and it pains my eyes to read.
Third, there is a need for you to work on the site's navigation too.
Really, a lot of work.
When it comes to targeting specific locations, don't be afraid to include them in your content (should be present in your title tag as well). For as long as it looks professional to read, penalty from search engines in unlikely.
You might want to integrate your social media account as well - potential clients can be found not just through search engines but a lot of them are in the social community as well.
SEO should not be keeping you awake at night - all you need is a little brush-up with the fundamentals and this resource from google itself can be a big help - check this out: http://static.googleusercontent.com/...rter-guide.pdf.
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