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Article Writing Question: How The Hell Do I Do This??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ContentCreation, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. ContentCreation

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    I have been writing for a couple years now, but I still have no idea how people write articles with these keywords (Examples):

    Hair removal nj
    Hair removal Massachusetts

    I can obviously write an article about hair removal, but does the client expect it to make any sense!? If I add a town or city on the end of a phrase, it's going to look out of place unless I put 'in' before it.

    How the hell do I do that? :/

    Do I write an article about hair removal in Massachusetts, or do I just write one about hair removal and add the city name in there randomly?

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  2. RuiGomes

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    If I had those keywords, on a 500 words article, I would write 400 about hair removal, 100 words about hair removal companies in Massachusetts if you can find anything, and blend the keyword throughout the text.
     
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  3. ContentCreation

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    But how would you say hair removal Massachusetts in the middle of a sentence, without it sounding weird? OR does the client know it will be out of place, and they will still be happy with it?
     
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    Actually, adding the word "in" in the articles makes no difference, which has been proved multiple times. When looking at keywords, search engines ignore words like "in" and look at the big picture. [Hair removal in NJ] will be seen as [Hair removal NJ]
     
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  5. ContentCreation

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    aaah, that certainly makes things a lot easier! Thanks for clearing that up for me ..

    Would I write an article about hair removal in new jersey, or would I do what #2 suggested and write a general article on hair removal, then a bit about hair removal in new jersey, throughout?
     
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    Should be fine with the client is this is his target keyword then why not?
     
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    I would only do that if you couldn't find enough to write only about hair removal in NJ, otherwise you can write everything specifically about the keyword.
     
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    Just do what the goddamn Client asks of you.

    As a writer, you should follow orders. Don't think about what is grammatically correct or what... I had that same problem when I was starting out. I tried to outsmart myself (and the client), and I got fired on my first writing gig. Well, that tragic incident led me to discover BHW and have been successful since then... :)

    Just a tip, don't complain and just follow what they say... Forget about what you believe in for a while. It's hard, but yeah, that's the way to go if you wanna make it in this field. Good luck. :D
     
  9. ContentCreation

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    I understand what you are saying, but it's hard when all you get from the client is:

    hair removal new jersey

    It's on a content mill, so I have no communication with the client .. I just log in, choose articles, and write them.

    Thanks for your input though.
     
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    maybe a review? There isnt a wrong way to write it. You just have to make it make sense and include the right keywords related to it.
     
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    They are only using it for link building most probably. So it doesn't really matter if it's the best hair removal NJ article in the world. :)

    Keyword orders like that are usually meant for link building purposes. They just spin it into 3-5 different versions and upload it on their Web 2.0s. That's why they don't really bother giving much instructions.

    It's better if you follow what they say, rather than putting the word "in". You don't want to lose the job right? Trust me... No offense to the suggestions here, but the Customer is Always Right... Right? ;)
     
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    Yea, Google ignores words like "a", "in", "the", etc.

    It's good/bad. Bad since it basically ignores 80% of my EMD domain :(
     
  13. dietcoke55

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    Here are some ideas:


    • If you are looking for the best beauty salon that specializes in Hair removal Massachusetts has to offer, you need to?
    • When searching for a beauty salon that specializes in Hair removal Massachusetts residents might find it helpful to?
    • When you are searching for a beauty salon that specializes in Hair removal Massachusetts has a lot of options....
    • Here are some tips for locating a beauty salon that specializes in Hair removal Massachusetts residents are sure to find useful.
    • For those looking for a beauty salon that specializes in Hair removal Massachusetts has much to offer.

    Obviously they all sound a bit weird without the comma and because ?hair removal? is not a standalone term like ?electrician? the sentences run on a bit.
     
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    Thanks a lot for all the input guys, I really appreciate it! I have tried to click thanks for everyone elses posts, but BHW keeps telling me 'I can't access this part of the forum' or something like that! :(

    That does make a LOT of sense actually, since the articles are UAW, so they need to be written, then rewritten another 2 times in the same format.

    Thanks mate
     
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    This post also makes sense for me. It also helped me a lot, the answers are really helpful. Thank You so much everyone. :)
     
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    I have a similar problem with a keyword I wanted to target, I read somewhere that google doesn't look for "in" type words but i was having some questions since when searching for exact matches per month, the [keyword keyword us] have over 14k searches but [keyword keyword in us] only have like 50. Wasn't it suposed to show the same results if google don't add value to "in"? In board matches both ways have the same search results as expected. I think i will go with an article with the tips that dietcoke provided above just to be safe :)
     
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    No problem guys.. Good luck with your writing career! Just remember that you should always TRUST AND FOLLOW the instructions your bosses give you. If ever in doubt, ask them first and confirm. Don't do things YOUR way because YOUR way may not be what your client is looking for.

    Play it safe and learn how to ask questions first before doing something erratic. You don't want to get fired. I learned that the hard way, LOL. Anyway, good luck!
     
  18. tedchang8592

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    op you are st,erious writer, i just bought some articles from where provide super rehash content just like paragraph level spun article, i can point out easily how crap it is though english is my 2nd language. I'm consider to buy a sample from you. pm me with your detailed price.
     
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    Rather than add a word, you should try to just add punctuation like:

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    <h1>hair removal: New Jersey</h1>
    
    or
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    <strong>hair loss - New Jersey<strong>
    
    Punctuation is ignored by search engines...
     
  20. apoorv

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    Another idea (something I use once in a while):

    Nowadays, thanks to the Internet, it's not too difficult to find hair removal clinics in NJ. You can search for keywords such as 'hair removal NJ' in your favorite search engine to find some hair removal clinics close to you.

    Doing this isn't possible all the time though. I also agree that writing for keywords that are missing a preposition (which is what they are missing most of the time) isn't too easy. When you're writing for clients who are pedantic, the problem is that they want you to use the exact keyword in the article.

    Having said that, most clients (at least those I've worked with) are happy to overlook the missing preposition so you don't have to pay too much attention to it — just add the keyword as it is. :)