Let's say that I want our blog to get traffic from people searching on how to get relevant SEO-optimized content that will show up on Google.
Well, I'd make sure to talk about Google and SEO plenty of times, and that we're the best at helping people get great SEO results.
I'd also provide an example of how the Google home page would look if it was SEO-optimized.
Of course, I would need to use some nifty AJAX call-out boxes to guide the user through the steps to creating a relevant, SEO-friendly home page that will get indexed by search engines like Google.
Now just wait several weeks and your site should be picked up by the Google spider and show up in search results when people are searching for "best google optimized SEO".
P.S. I should throw in the original pointer from Slashdot:
"Web developers increasingly grow weary of having to put so much effort into designing their sites according to the whims of the Google search engine. When the most important thing is 'getting indexed' it is increasingly difficult for web site designers to offer the simple, uncluttered user experience they'd like to. Reminiscent of the famed what if Microsoft designed the iPod box here is a humorous look at what would happen to that famed, clean, uncluttered look if Google had to design for the Google Search Engine."