I recently read an article about the top 5 most important SEO factors that can be changed for a more positive impact. One of those factors is the height of your home. According to the article, the height can have a huge impact on search engine optimization (SEO). For the average home, the top 5 factors that have the most impact are 1. the width of the front door 2. the width of the garage, 3. the width of the driveway, 4.
While the article isn’t specific about what the 5th factor is, it seems to be the width of your home. I’ve been talking with a lot of home builders and they all say that the width of the home is a huge factor in which the home is most likely to rank high in search.
The average width of the home is 42.6′ according to the U.S. Census Bureau which is a mere 16′ wide. This means that the average home needs to be at least 44′ wide for it to rank high.
The width of the home is what a lot of people call the “park seo joon height” factor. I think that the reason why we’re talking about this is because it’s a very specific area of the home that can be used as a search location for keywords related to your home.
This is important because this is where the keyword relevancy of your keywords will really matter. If your keywords rank high for your home, your home will also rank high for your keywords. So you don’t want to look like a fool trying to hide your home from search engines. This is why I think that it is important to rank high for your keywords but not for your home.
In park seo joon, we are able to search for keywords that are specific to your home as well. This is because we are also able to use our keywords to search for keywords that exist outside of your home.
For example, if I want to search for “park seo joon” I can go to parkseo.topsy.turvy.com, type in the keyword park seo joon, and parkseo.topsy.turvy.com will return the page where park seo joon is located. However, if I search for “parkseo joon” I can get the page of the same name.
This is a good example of a concept called “brand name linking”. In the search engine world, brand name linking is where a website links to a website that has a similar brand name. It’s a way for a website to say, “Hey, I know that this exact site exists, because this exact brand name exists.
Brand name linking is a very common practice, but it can be a little confusing. Many of the keywords that are used to target website searches are quite generic. For example, park seo joon might be the same thing as parkseo.topsyturvycom, but when you type each in Google, you should see the first few results. It’s not a bad thing of course, because if you go to parkseo.
If you search for “parkseo” (or “park seo joon” as I did) in Google, you should get a lot of results. That’s because the brand name is used in both directions. But it does mean that some sites are able to target just one keyword, while others have broad reach. The top 5 results for park seo joon are all from a website called parkseo.topsyturvy.com because that is the brand name.