Science project

Search Engine Optimization


  • Computer with Internet access
  • Color printer
  • Digital camera
  • Typical office/hobby/hardware/craft supplies (paper, poster board, glue, etc.).


  1. Read overview of relevant topics (see bibliography)
  2. Address all of the terms and research questions mentioned here.
  3. Search and print out interesting images relevant to your topic.
  4. Take photographs throughout the course of the experiment.
  5. Ask a lot of people what they search for on the net.
  6. Do a statistical study of keywords by typing keywords of your choosing onto the tool bar,
  7. then recording the number of results returned for each keyword.
  8. Analyze your data, comparing keywords to each other.
  9. Come up with a list of 25 lucrative keywords.
  10. OPTIONAL: Build a website, using an all-inclusive site building package. Demonstrate (by example) the process of steadily increasing visitor traffic via keyword optimization. A high-quality, all-inclusive website-building software package typically costs about $300 per year.
  11. Interpret your findings in a detailed statistical report.
  12. Include graphics, diagrams and demonstrations in your science fair display.
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