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Google thinks my China consulting business is a good idea

I was just curious what I could do to boost traffic to my site (Joel Rosen China Consulting), so I did a little keyword search on Google Insights to see what people are searching for when they need a China consultant.  The findings are encouraging:

1. Massachusetts ranks highest for searches on "china consulting," even beating out California.
2. "china consulting" isn't nearly as popular a set of keywords as "china business," but handily beats keyword sets "china market research," "china market entry," and "china advisory".
3. Most popular searches with the "china consulting" keywords are "consulting in china" and "china business consulting" - the latter of which is rising in popularity.

Looks like I may be Jewish after all.


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Anonymous said…
I think that what you said made a bunch of sense. However, what
about this? suppose you were to create a killer post title?
I ain't saying your information isn't solid., but suppose you added something that makes people desire more?
I mean Google thinks my China consulting business is a good idea | Peaceful Rise
is kinda vanilla. You should peek at Yahoo's front page and see
how they create news headlines to get people interested.
You might add a related video or a picture or two to get people excited about everything've
got to say. Just my opinion, it would make your blog a little bit
more interesting.
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There is certainly a grrat deal to find out about this issue.
I like all the points you've made.

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