I'm not sure if this is an intelligent choice or not, so decided to ask the most knowledgable group that I know...
I have a website that I created, and I need to do some SEO work on it.. (not my forte)
What I was thinking about doing was creating a Key Word Table in the database.
In this database would be all relative keywords to my website in general, one per record.
The structure of my site is such that it is virtually impossible to use specific keywords on each different page, so I wondered about using a random selection of key words each time a page loads...
The way my site works is that I do several includes at the beginning and end of each page script.
First is a site configuration, which basically connects to the database and gets all the site specific information from the DB.
Then a page header script that does utility work based on which page is loaded, as well as the <head> <title> <Meta tags> and JS scripts.
Then the page top display that begins with closing the head tag and opens the body tag
Then after the includes is the actual body of that particular page and any logic involved to make it work
finally the include of the page bottom that basically just cleans stuff up and closes anything left open, like the body tag and the html tag, etc...
OK that was a long explanation for a short question...
Since my site is basically a structured template, and the meta tags are part of a file that is included on every page in one form or another, I see that I have 2 choices (maybe 3 with a lot more scripting)...
1) Use the same keywords on every page that loads
2) Randomly select the keywords to be displayed on each page
From an SEO standpoint, which would be preferable, or would anyone have alternative suggestions to solve this issue?
thanks in advance