In the first three parts of this series, I’ve shown why Iwant a theme-based site and how I’ve prepared (and youcan, too!) to make one. I chose a theme and found lots ofrelated keywords. I have ideas for content and foundmerchants that I want to represent as an affiliate, whoseproducts fit with my content. Now, I’m ready to build mysite. It’s going to be pretty easy since I have my contentand merchants organized by keyword. And I’m keeping thesetwo thing in mind: 1) I want each page to be focused ononly one keyword. Remember, I’m doing this to please thesearch engines, but it also keeps things clear for myvisitors. https://deniaviva.com 2) From experience and research, I know it’sbest to keep things clean and simple. I want a straightforward site that’s easy to navigate and with minimaldistractions.I’m going to start with my homepage, which should onlytell my visitors what my site is about and how it willbenefit THEM. Links to my merchants should NOT appear onthe homepage – too soon. My homepage should link to 5-10″keyword focused” content pages. These pages should offervaluable content and links to my best merchants for my mostprofitable keywords. Each of these pages can then linkto 2-10 other pages. Every page should have a link back tothe homepage, but not necessarily to every other page onthe site. I need to think about where I want my visitors togo and what I want them to do, which is click through to mymerchants, of course!Ready for construction. Each page will have1) a TITLE tag,2) a META keyword tag,3) a META description tag,4) header tags(headlines),5) and the body copy.