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I Have To Share The SEO Love In Oahu


I am happy to be working with a repected tour site a site that blends history, patriotism and tours in Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor. Principally I am concerned with increasing the ever important backlinks to propel the site to the top of Google page rankings.

Backlinks are where unrelated sites link to another, giving it relevancy in Google’s eyes. They are like votes of confidence. Keywords have lost their stature in SEO because too often sites capitalized on the over use of a keyword mkaing the content poor for users and only good for search results.

Miserable Failure

Remember when searching Google for “miserable failure” took you to the White House Bio of George Bush? Thats where a backlink campaign associated the term miserable failure to President’s page. Now those days are gone but you can still see the rationale in backlinks defining the anchor text. If hundreds of site linked to your page and in the text of the link they said “Horrible web design” Google would wonder why all of these random sites consider yours so bad.

If you plan to visit Hawaii or know someone who is do check out the tours and feel free to share it with friends and family. The site includes the standard packages you would expect but also includes tours on more than just Oahu. Private tours and as well as helicopter tours add greater adventure while still showing respect for the dead entombed still today.  The USS Arizona is both a graveyard and a memorial. You can few individual pages for all of the survivors and the victims, some pages need content and if you know of anyone concerned with the the attack please pass them the link.

Remember Pearl Harbor

Search queries that bring attention to the site include “how many people died at pearl harbor” or some variation to that … by the way a total of 2403 people died.

I’m looking forward to working on this project.


Matthew Leffler


Matthew Leffler is a freelance SEO on Upwork.com and SEOClerks.com with 20 years of technical experience and a technical education background. In those years of experience he's worked in several technical roles in informtation technology and software training. Matt has worked at Hewlett-Packard and Gateway Computers. Matthew earned his BSIT, MBA in Technology Management and MEd in Instructional Design. He holds over a dozen active technical certifications including A+, Netowrk+, Security+, Project+, is a Certified Webmaster Professional, and a HDI Help Desk Analyst.

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