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A few SEO Questions for my Blog/Website.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by TheLoneSynchro, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. TheLoneSynchro

    TheLoneSynchro Regular Member

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    I'm currently working on my website in which I am posting a lot of tutorials. I'm curious as to if there are any differences in SEO when writing a tutorial. Should I just write a post for the tutorial and then have a page that links to all of the posts, or should I have a separate page for each tutorial. Should I target keywords inside of the tutorials? How would I go about ranking this website in Google. All of my information and content is quality and self-written, so it's not going to look spun or seem strange. I'm going to be using a social locker some places on the website to help get publicity, but would content locking hide the information from Google? ( Be a negative on SEO ).

    Trying to figure out how I should go about the layout of this page.. I had almost 100 post(s) on the website before, but I lost everything. I'm starting over from scratch.
     
  2. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    You can create a main page that links to all the tutorials and publish the tutorials as posts or just categorise them. Obviously, you can target keywords within your tutorials if you can find relevant keywords for the tutorials.

    Google will index a post whose content is locked because the url isn't locked. To give your tutorials a better chance of ranking, you can make the first few paragraphs visible and lock the rest.
     
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  3. GoSocial

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    If you want your content or site url to be hidden from Google ,you can find a good wordpress plugin to do that incase you hv WP installed
     
  4. Bricabrac

    Bricabrac Newbie

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    I have been using content locker for a while now and I don't have any problems with Google not ranking the posts/pages :) It's a great tool for increasing the shares/likes/tweets about your site!
     
  5. myinternetempire

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    I think you can use keywords within your tutorials, if they are relevant to your tutorials. It is good that all of your tutorials are unique and self-written. It would be helpful to get rank on Google. You can create sub- categories under main category for tutorials.