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Big Page of SEO || Big Page of Tuelz Tips || Big Page of Free SEO Stuff

This  page contains a collection of techniques, tips, strategies and suggestions for owners of Tuelz to
enhance and improve their sites' SEO, navigation and upkeep.


How to Create Thousands and Thousands of Unique Page Titles That Read Like a Real Human Wrote Them.

Any and all serious SEO'ers need to create a swipe file of  "before's and after's" that you'll use to make tons of unique page titles and meta description tags. These are simply short phrases that you can add before and after your keywords to make titles and meta tags more "human", as well as more unique. A swipe file is  simply a collection that you keep adding to over time that you can use over and over.

BEFORE'S - Good place for adjectives, also........................... Your Keywords Here.................... AFTER'S - Try to include a "call to action", to get search engine users to click to your site. 
A plethora of info about
Awesome info
Bargains on
Bargain basement
Complete details:
Complete results for:
Discover 100%
Discover 100's of
Excellent choices:
Extremely informative
Fact filled
Factory direct prices
Facts about
Finest quality
Good and cheap
Highest rated
Simple to use
Simply powerful
Slashing prices
Some highly relevant suggestions for:
Some of the most admired resources for
Special reduction:
Stop searching and start finding
Thousands and thousands of
cheap weddings
destination weddings
bridal gowns
bridal showers
marriage license
marriage records
wedding bands
wedding cake
wedding cakes
Find cool sites, links and info.
Please join us now.
You're only a click away.
Compare, shop and save.
Deals on demand.
The information and discounts you demand.
Don't be left behind.
Don't miss out.
Don't miss the boat
Everything you'll ever need!
Why pay more?

Again, you'll want to keep adding to this list over time as you create new projects/domains, including rewriting slight modifications to

Once you start doing SEO on a project you will want to select some of your before/afters for your project and do a quick check to delete any before/afters that aren't appropriate for the particular project.

Often, you'll be able to swap many of the before and afters, as they will work in both placements. This is another way to vary your titles and descriptions to make them more unique.

While there are many ways to use Tuelz, here's one recipe:

Generating Title Tags - Method I

1 Open Tagz.
 Starting tag: <title>
 Ending tag: </title>

Replace what's inbetween with:
thebefores  thekeywords theafters

2 Paste your "befores" into Replacez.

  1. Find:
  2.  Paste the "befores" into the "Replace" box.
  3.  Click Replace Now
  4. Go through your list and at random add some blank lines, ranging from 10% blank lines to 70% blank lines on various domains.

3 Still using Replacez Repeat with AFTERS, making obvious adjustments such as "find: theafters".

4 Take your list of keywords and enter them into Randomz.
 Insert Strings into Pages AFTER This text: thekeywords

How many strings per page?
 Randomly insert no less than 1 and no more than 5 lines. (note, vary between 3-8 or so.)

Add this text: After Before each line:
   _ (blank space to maintain separation of words)


5. Click back over to Replacez.
  Find: thekeywords
  Replace:   (blank space to delete this "marker text".)

The Math:

If you use 20 befores and 20 afters, this will give you 400 combinations. By adding the keywords at random, as well as not using befores and afters each time via Super Listz, you can create enough combinations to create titles and/or description tags  for a few thousand pages.

You will really increase the effectiveness of the before/afters as you add more and more.

For example, here's a little chart that shows how many unique combinations can be made with a specified number of before/afters:

10 x 10 = 100
20 x 20 = 400
30 x 30 = 900

If you write 10 befores and 10 afters, you will have written 20 phrases, but can use them in 100 unique combos.

However, if you write just 20 x 20, which is just twice as many, you'll end up with four times as many combinations. Simply, doing just twice the work gives four times the results.

Three times the effort (30 x 30 = 90) produces nine times the results. And this exponential growth will continue as you add more and more phrases to your swipe file.

While it takes time to write 30 x 30 phrases (60 total), it is a lot more efficient than writing 900 titles one at a time.

Titles Method II (for Smaller Sites w/1000 or fewer pages).
Use this method if you want to create 1000 or fewer pages and want to inspect and/or correct your titles and descriptions before using them.

Basically it is the same method as above, except you will want to create a single text file containing all of your titles/descriptions for easy editing, instead of having to open each page individually you can scan this single page for obvious errors, then add your tags after your inspection.

1 Create a !!!workbench folder.

2 In it, create a single text file called: aaa.txt .

In the text file, make about 1000 duplicate lines such as:
thebefores  thekeywords theafters
thebefores  thekeywords theafters
thebefores  thekeywords theafters

It's easy to do, just "select all" and paste a few times.

3 Repeat steps  2-4 in the previous method, but this time they will be made on this single file.

4. Open your aaa.txt file and inspect your tags for obvious errors.

5. Open Tagz.
 Starting tag: <title>
 Ending tag: </title>

Replace what's inbetween with with:
thebefores  thekeywords theafters

6. Copy/Paste your aaa.txt file into Replacez.
thebefores  thekeywords theafters

Click "Replace Now".

Similar Method for Creating Unique Meta Descriptions and H1, H2 Tags.
You can use a similar method as the one outlined above for creating page titles to generate meta description tags and to modify any header tags you may have.

For Meta Description Tags:

Follow the general directions in Method I for creating page titles, except  instead of Tagz, use the tuel Metaz to add description tags such as this:
thebefores  thekeywords theafters

Then just follow the rest of the strategy.

Note: I usually don't use customized titles and description tags on the same domain, but it is up to you and how many before/afters you have in your swipe file.

Tip: Lists of positive adjectives such as "awesome" and "fantastic" make great befores/afters.

Adding Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) and Long Tail Keywords to Your Existing Pages.

Open your favorite text editor.

Open the LSI Tuel.

Research your 4 or 5 main, single word, keywords and paste them into a list in your text editor.

Clean your list.

Open Linez - Prep your list.
Paste list into Linez
Prefix = _ and_ ( the underscore _ equals blank spaces!!!)
Suffix = </title>

Should make a list like this:
 and weddings</title>
 and bridal</title>
 and honeymoon</title>
Copy list.

Open Replacez
Paste list
Find: </title>


You've just added some serious LSI optimization to the most important element of your web pages, your page titles.

Add LSI/Keywords to GENERIC Header Tags.

Assuming you have generic <hx> header tags, you can also easily add some LSI SEO to these elements of your pages:

Repeat, except :

In Linez:
Suffix = </h1> (or </h2>, etc)

Copy the results and paste into Replacez.

In Replacez:
Find: </h1>
Replace with your list of keywords with </h1> suffix.

Embedded File Names

You may want to try using your power and LSI keywords in embedded files in your web pages, such as images and css files.

Let's say your pages use a style sheet and you link to it in the header of your pages:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css" />

Open style.css in your favorite text editor.

"Save as" keyword.css.

Open Replacez and find:


Advanced Method:
Make three or four "save as" copies of your CSS file and enter each into Replacez:



Note: I also put in an instance of style.css so that some of the pages (in this example 25%) will use the generic file name, so that about 1/4th of the pages won't have this optimization element to vary our SEO formula. Don't over-use this, but do experiment if you have multiple domains.

Note: If you want to modify your styles, you'll need to update all of your .css files.

Optimizing Graphic File Names
You'll optimize graphics in the same way as css file above, substitute the file name of your graphic(s) for the .css files as instructed above.

In Optimizing ALT Text with LSI and Keywords :

Use this method:
- If your images don't already include the alt tag...
- If you have multiple images with different names.

1. In Replacez:

Replace: gif" ALT="alt-keywords">

2. Then...

Your list of prime, LSI or long tail keywords.

For jpg images, you can use:
Find: .jpg">

.jpg" ALT="alt-keywords">

If you follow these instructions exactly, you can add alt tags to all your images, even if they don't have the same file names.

If things turned out as planned, you'll take your original image tag:
<IMG SRC="picture.gif" ALT="keywords" BORDER="0">

And have image and alt tags with SEO:
<IMG SRC="wedding.gif" ALT="receptions" BORDER="0">

Again, you'll want to vary this from domain to domain, and even page to page in some instances.

Font Attributes

Font Attributes such as italics, underline, size, color that make a keyword stand out may have an influence on relevancy.

<font color="red">keywords</font> <big>keywords</big>

You need to be very careful when adding html to enhance the style of a keyword.

For example, if you wanted to do a replace of "wedding" with "<b>wedding</b>" for SEO purposes, you need to make sure your <b> </b> tags don't appear where they shouldn't, such as in the page title tags.

We'll touch a bit more on this topic in another tutorial.

In Email Addresses.
Warning: Adding email addresses to your pages can lead to receiving spam. I only bring this up as a possibility. Use Caution.

Adding an email address containing keywords may add to relevancy. If you are so inclined to test this and take the risk of spam, then here's what you can do:

Open Replacez:
Find: </body>

Replace: </body> </body> </body> </body>

By "finding" the ending </body> , you will be adding the email address to the very bottom of each page. Notice that you MUST replace the ending </body> tag, as you don't want to remove it, only find it.

You can insert the email address in other locations on your page, the </body> is just one example.

Optimizing CGI Input Forms:

There's a number of ways to insert CGI forms for the purpose of SEO. A common way to do this is by using a search box, such as for Google, your own search engine, Amazon search, etc.

Note the use of keywords in both elements: The input box as well as the submit button.

You can add cgi boxes using many of the methods above. You can either add the same CGI to all pages, some pages, or you can add a search box, then do a second "replace" and make each CGI use different keywords. Look for places on your pages you can add a search box or other CGI.

To the right is the HTML/CGI for adding a Google search box to your pages.

Notice the use of two different keywords inserted into the CGI:


See how one has 111 in the middle and the other 222? I am just trying to create "words" that can be replaces with 100% certainty that other words will not be unintentionally affected.

Since search boxes can be large, it is best to insert them while you are developing your web template.

Then use Replacez to replace the search111keywords and search222keywords, adding different keywords as well as removing some instances for a wide variety and different densities.


Note: A Google or other search box pre-populated with relevant keywords not only may factor in (or not) to the relevancy of your pages, it also adds real value to your pages' readers.

<!-- Search Google -->


<FORM method=GET action="">

<input type=hidden name=ie value=UTF-8>

<input type=hidden name=oe value=UTF-8>

<TABLE bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><tr><td>

<A HREF="">


border="0" ALT="Google" align="absmiddle"></A>

<INPUT TYPE=text name=q size=25 maxlength=255 value="SEARCH111KEYWORDS">

<INPUT type=submit name=btnG VALUE="Google SEARCH222KEYWORDS Search">




<!-- Search Google -->


How To Vary Distribution of SEO Elements

Let's say you have 1000 pages and want to do some testing and want to use meta tags on 1/4th of your pages.

1. Open Metaz and enter the directory path to the folder with your pages.

2. Add the default/blank meta tags. This will add the basic/blank meta tags to all your pages.

3. Open SuperListz to remove some meta tags.
 Find: <META name="description" content=" ">    Replace: <META name="description" content=" "> ||||||
 Find: <META name="keywords" content=" ">     Replace: <META name="keywords" content=" "> ||||||

4. Save the file as: MetaRatio.txt . Now the next time you want to use this technique, you just need select it from the drop down menu. And you can make additions and modifications as you build resources for your SEO factory, creating an assembly-line efficiency to your SEO efforts.

Note the |||||| at the end of each line in Step 3. These are actually three sets of || (double bars). Each double bar is a "separator" that separates multiple replacement possibilities, so since there is nothing inbetween the || and ||, it will replace "with nothing", in other words delete what ever it is you were finding. In this case, it will delete some of the meta tags we just added.

In this example, we have three double bars for  just one instance of each meta tag. This means we will have meta tags on one out of every four pages, while three out of every four pages will not have meta tags.

You can adapt this technique in many ways other than just for meta tags.


A Precision SEO Method Using Replacez

This requires some preparation beforehand, and is useful when you are creating templates or sites from scratch.

Replacez includes two methods for replacing text: Sequential and Page by Page.

Sequential will open all your pages and find each instance and replace it with the next "replacement option" listed. This means that a text string that is repeated 5 times on the same page will have 5 different "replacements".

However, if "page by page" is selected, then all 5 instances on a page will be replaced with the same thing, then Replacez opens the next page and replaces all the instances of the search string on the second page, and so on...

The differences between Sequential and Page by Page can potentially impact SEO on your sites in a major way, depending on the mood of the engines at any given time. Sequential offers more of a variety, while Page by Page is much more focused. Since you have a lot of pages on a lot of domains, you will want to use both methods.

To use Page by Page, you must set up your pages and templates to insert a particular "marker" text throughout your pages.

For example:

1. Use the replacezkeyword throughout your pages and templates in the html outlined above, like title and meta tags, alt tags, cgi, body content, <h> tags and font styles.

2. Open Replacez and select the folder with your pages.

3. Find:

4. Then, create a list of your keywords and:
Replace with:
of keywords
and phrases

Easy Formula for Using Linez to Maximize PPC Campaigns

Similar Keyword Method:

  1. Collect your BIG list of potential keywords
  2. Open Linez and paste your keywords.
  3. Use "copy lines containing" using 4-7 of your main keywords and a "misc." list of any 'leftover" phrases, making separate lists of each. Some keywords/phrases will be duplicated in more than one campaign, but that is OK. Run each campaign and track the results/ROI on each keyword set.

Divide and Conquer Method

  1. Collect your BIG list of potential keywords
  2. Open Linez and paste your keywords.
  3. Click "number lines".
  4. Divide lines into two  equal files each containing the same number of keywords, running and tracking a campaign for each and comparing the results.
  5. Take the "winner" of the test and split that list into to even parts, and comparison test each.
  6. Repeat until you have your core keywords that bring you the most profit, discarding those that don't perform.

The Keyword and Divide and Conquer Combination Method

First, split the lists into keyword related files, and after you find a group or two that are either profitable or show potential, then divide the "winning" groups into two numerically even lists and comparison test these two, repeating until groups of keywords are identified as profitable or not.

Remember that not all tests will result in a winner and a loser. Sometimes sample groups will fail to produce a sale, or both may make sales. Use these methods to identify which keyword(s) are generating SALES. Run a group of keywords and see how they perform.

By isolating the most profitable larger groups early, let's you focus on your most profitable keywords at the very beginning of your campaign, making it more efficient with your money than merely running blind tests with random samples.

These methods are fast, easy, effective and organized ways to test, track and isolate profitable keywords from a big list of potential money makers (and losers).

Cleansing Grey Hat Pages: Combining Condoor Pages and User Commentz.

Create some one liners. Add one liners to pages via Randomz. Put these "chunks" of text "out of the way", either in a right/left hand table cell, or at the bottom of your page.

Write a bunch of questions, one per line. Insert in pages using Replacez in the page by page mode, making these questions the focus of your pages.

Add Commentz boxes below the questions in an attempt to gather user created, unique, original and legit content.

Just having pages with a question doesn't add enough words to a page for the engines to index, so add some condoor content to the page to attract spiders and real folks, then use the reader Comments to make pages 100% legit.

Create a Mega File of Links To All Your Pages for Relevant Linking Strategies.

1. Create a text file or simple web page that contains the phrase PlaceLinksHere.

Name this file:

2. Save this alllinks.html file to the same folder your site's pages are.

3. Open Keymapz and select the same folder.

4. Configure Keymapz to:
include pages that contain this word/phrase:


Note: That's the single letter "e". This tells Keymapz to include all pages that contain an "e", which is virtually all your pages. This is a sneaky way to tell Keymapz to include all your pages.

5. Match:

6. Find keywords in:
Anywhere in entire page

7. Add links:
Add links to single index:
Enter: alllinks.html (This is the file you created in Step 1 above)

8. Randomly add:
No less than: 10000000
No more than 100000000

The point is to enter a number large enough to ensure that links to all pages are included in this file..

9. Add Links After This text:

This will make a list of links to all your pages and add them to a single page.

10. Paste links into Linez.
Open the alllinks.html file and view the source. Copy all your links and paste into Linez.

11. Convert all links from relative to absolute
Using the find/replace function in Linez. Convert all links from relative (page.html) to absolute ( Spot check the URLs to make sure they work.

12. Paste into Your Mega Links File.
For every domain you own and each time you create new pages, you should repeat this process and add the links to your Mega Link file, for the purpose of having all the links to all your pages in one place.

13. Select Links
Now, any time you need to cross link pages, just open the Mega Link file in Linez and use the "copy lines containing" function to select links that contain the keywords of your choice, giving you a list of all your most relevant links to use in a variety of ways.

Preserving PR and the Value of Your Links
Open Followz and add the no-follow tag to your pages.

Tip: Don't abuse this Tuel. I have a feeling Google frowns upon folks abusing this function.

I like to use Followz on affiliate programs so I don't leak PR and the benefits of linking to pages I don't have to.

Dedooping and Multiplying  PLR Articles

Take a Private Label Rights (PLR) or any article you have permission to alter and change, and paste it into Linez.

Add LINE BREAKS AFTER: . (a period). This will place every sentence on it's own line.

Visually check

Dedooping Articles For Directories.

1. Create 7 different versions of "intro" paragraphs.

2. Create 11, 13 or 17 "middle" paragraphs than can be mixed and matched to create coherent paragraphs.

3. Create create 5 different "conclusion" paragraphs.

4. Create 6 signature paragraphs that contain your site info and anchor text, etc.

Make the Templates:

1. Open Pagez and create/paste your basic template into Pagez and create a number of files. Basically, you will want to create one page for every article directory. They can be either text or html. If html make sure you also include that in the template entered into Pagez.

Be sure to include these tags in your Pagez templates

Open Randomz:

1.  Find after: introparagraphs
Enter your introparagraphs
Select: exactly 1

2. Find after: middleparagraphs
Enter your middle paragraphs
*Select: between 4 and 10

3. Find after: conclusionparagraphs
Enter your conclusionparagraphs
Select: exactly 1

4. Find after: articlesigfiles
Enter your article sig files containing your contact info and anchor text.
Select: exactly 1

Only do this if you plan on submitting to a lot of article directories. If you only play on submitting to a few directories, just rewrite a few articles "by hand".

By submitting unique versions of the articles, you greatly increase your odds that they won't be marked as duplicates, increasing the chances more variations of your articles stay in the engines, increasing your the "links to" your pages. Your articles have to be in the engines to increase your link pop.

You can create quite a few articles this way, but if you want to make a lot of articles or use them as condoor pages, you'll need to really dedoop.

Dedoop Your Sentences

1. Open a text file for Super Listz, using this format:

find|replace||replace with this too||replace the next one with this
dog|puppy||puppy dog||canine||pooch||mutt||hound|| hound dog||man's best friend

Note the use of single | and double bars || . Please refer to the SuperListz ReadMe for basic info.

Now go through most of your paragraphs and enter some phrases to be rewritten. This will further break up text vectors, and allow the addition of more keywords and their variations.

2. Save your dogs.txt file in the list-cache folder in your Tuelz folder.

Try to make your "replacements" really vary the number of words each uses, as this will further mess with any detection of possible common text vectors.

Give each "find" a different number of replacements and different orders. You can also "weigh" your replacements by repeating it more often:

dog|dog||dog||dog||puppy||puppy dog||canine||pooch

In the above I replaced "dog" with "dog" three times, so "dog" will be used 3 times as often as any of the other keywords.

You can also use this technique to introduce secondary keywords as well as LSI words:
weddings|cheap weddings||weddings and honeymoons

Try to use short phrases instead of single words when possible. However, phrases can also "backfire" more often, so be sure to experiment.

Also, be sure to dedoop the anchor text you use in your sig paragraphs. Try using your main keyword phrase in some form about 50% of the time, using secondary and LSI phrases the other times.

3. In SuperListz, select the dedoop file and run it on the folder containing your Pagez pages.

Submit to article directories and/or use the pages as condoor pages on medium-high risk, tin sites. See Big Page of SEO  for more info about Gold, Silver and Tin sites and minimizing your risk.

Adding Dynamic Elements

If you have access to dynamic content creators such as BlogBomb or FatBomb, you can add server-side includes to include these resources on your pages.

There's any number of recipes that can be used, and SSI tags for dynamic content can be inserted into existing pages or to pages being freshly created.

Here's a few suggestions and guidelines to generate ideas for you:

Make condoor pages that consist of:

One Liners (paragraphs of content, placed on a single line for the purpose of using to mix and match content)

A news/RSS item or two, updated daily, weekly or monthly - Add freshness to pages.

A few high quality links provided from FatBomb. Since Fatty uses your preferences and multiple search engines, as well as your own resources, these links will be of the highest quality and likely rank well in multiple major search engines. If linking to bad neighborhoods is bad, then we may assume that linking to good neighborhoods may be good. 

Combining these three in moderation using the principles of doorway pages, RSS content makers and scraper sites, can actually produce high quality condoor pages...Doorway pages for you, content for your site's visitors. Picture pages that have a few original paragraphs of interesting info, plus just one or two relevant news topics of the day/week, as well as a couple of links to other sites, with each link being relevant and high ranking.

The key is to use as few resources as possible, like minimizing the number of RSS pheeds to have to find and maintain, or the number of search terms you need to scrape. Tuelz can help you minimize your resources while maximizing your SEO potential to the fullest.


Vary the Number of Items and Results using any number of Tuelz methods for replacing items.

WARNING: Don't just do a find/replace for "5", as you may use this number in other places. Instead, it's best to copy the whole tag, then make different modification of the ENTIRE tag before inserting/replacing:
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/blogbombx/feedsearch_ssi.cgi?cat=3&key+words=music&mode=any&results=1" -->
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/blogbombx/feedsearch_ssi.cgi?cat=3&key+words=music&mode=any&results=2" -->
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/blogbombx/feedsearch_ssi.cgi?cat=3&key+words=music&mode=any&results=3" -->

Another option is to insert a totally unique text string, to use as a number you can replace later:
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/blogbombx/feedsearch_ssi.cgi?cat=3&key+words=key+words&mode=any&results=SSINUMBER" -->

Also notice that I used "key+words" (instead of keywords) in my SSI tag. This alerts me that this is a different batch of keywords, as well as takes an entire different process to replace, eliminating many potential problems.

If you use SSI, get into the habit of using the key+word tag right now. It is a disaster avoidance system.

Use your POWER and LSI keywords in your SSI tags

Even if you have tons of keywords, in general settle on your 10-30 most powerful keywords and phrases, including any potent LSI keywords, and use these keywords in combination with each other.

Try inserting multiple tags, with fewer results each, into some pages for interesting effects.

Be sure all keywords used in SSI tags have the + sign. Use Linez (or your text editor) to:
Find: _  (blankspace)
Replace: +

Keep this list of key + words separated and use them specifically for your SSI tags.

WARNING: Be careful, as you don't want to insert key + words in other areas of your pages, like title tags, etc.

Your Goal Using SSI Should Be Variety

Use Linez to create a dozen or so SSI tags for each of your various resources.

Use Randomz and other Tuelz to insert the SSI tags in various ways, mixing things up. Add 0-5 (or even more) SSI tags to some pages.

Then use Replacez to adjust the number of results on each page:


Note how I varied the numbers and varied the pattern. This is so I have more "1" than "2", and more "2" than "3". This will mix things up nicely, as you will often have more than one SSI tag on a page, so this will greatly vary the number of dynamic elements on each page.

You only need a few RSS pheeds for BlogBomb or a couple of searches stored in FatBomb's cache to combine and exploit in a vast array of possibilities, while minimizing your set up, research and server strain. A perfect combination.

Mix the Order of Stuff on Your Pages.

For example, have pages that contain, in different amounts:
One Liners
Top SE Links

One Liners
Top SE Links
One Liners

And each of these above will have different "amounts", which will really vary the page structure, including text vectors, LSI and more.

Plus, you can also add SSI from sources like Amazon, Clickbank and more. (Save the affiliate fingerprint ONLY for Silver/Gold sites that you know are already generating traffic.)

Mixing the benefits of dynamic content using SSI, along with the ability to perform SEO on static elements of each page INDIVIDUALLY, is a technique all SEO oriented web masters should "master".

Where to get Tuelz and DomBom Bombs so you can start making pages and doing SEO using Kurt Melvin's concepts and strategies.
Tuelz Web Master Resources

Join Kurt and all the Bombers at the Discussion Forum:
Tuelz "Read Me" Forum - For basic instructions in using Tuelz.
DomBom/Tuelz Seo and Marketing Forum - Discuss general strategies, including using Tuelz and DomBoms, SEO and other issues concerning web site building and promotion.


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