<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/jwA6_NXtFGU” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen></iframe> hey there this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios and today I want to talk to you about how to do just a really quick basic check on the keywords on your website to make sure that you have the right distribution of keywords for what you’re trying to achieve with your SEO goals so every business has what I call the lowest hanging fruit basically the key term that a customer is going to search customers are going to take the least path of resistance right so they’re not going to spend a lot of time trying to figure out what you think are the best keywords they’re just gonna put in something simple what they want like when you’re searching for something you’re looking for a restaurant and you’re hungry you’re just gonna put in restaurants near me or Thai food near me you just put in the simplest thing possible so we need to think about what that is for our business those specific keywords and then we need one to take that search phrase the most lowest hanging fruit and use control f or command control f on a pc or command f on a mac and then type in the little search bar will show at the top put in that keyword phrase on your home page and hit the search button it’s going to go through and highlight how many times that key phrase shows up on your home page and if there it’s zero we have a problem that’s not good and if it’s you know two three that’s pretty good if it’s four or five if you have 15 that’s also a problem you don’t want to over optimize the keywords either you should be between two to five on your home page and then you can go on your about page your service page your contact page and do the same search for those key phrases so you should be having like about two to three popular key phrases and go through all the pages and search and see is there a good distribution of two to five keywords per page and that’s just a quick way to find out do I have the right keywords on my page and is google going to be able to find those and serve them up to the customer so this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios hope you enjoyed this tip stick around for more just like this one