Site Damina Name Planning & Keywords: How to Use Keywords When Planning a Webpage that Isn't Linked to an Organizational, but instead to an Idea or Theme?

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When planning a webpage that isn't used for an organization or business that has a specific name, what is the best way to look at the Keyword "numbers" using the Google Keywords Tool? My objective is to get the attention of people searching for the category of information my site will have, minus an organizational name.

For instance, I'm going to build a site about offing room and board to seniors or retired persons in my house. The site won't have a name so I want to attract as many seniors' or their children as possible. I may even open the site up to other individuals that are looking to advertise the same thing. What is the best way to pinpoint a URL/Domain Name for my site?

Thanks again!!

Bob - The Rusta Farie Mon!!
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Hello Bob,

Those are some great questions, choosing a domain name is really important. I would like to direct you to two tutorials that we have. One is on planning your site with search engine optimization in mind which will go through keyword research and choosing a domain name, and the other is a tutorial on optimizing your site for local search since it sounds like your business/website topic will cater to people in the area you live. I would also encourage you to read through the short series of SEO Tutorials as you will find the information helpful.

Planning your site with SEO in mind
Optimizing your site for local search

I hope you will find these resources helpful!