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Best way to merge 6 different pages into a single page, while keeping keyword traffic?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DevTucker, Mar 6, 2015.

  1. DevTucker

    DevTucker Registered Member

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    I have a total of 9 long-tail keywords that I'm trying to rank for as an `miscellaneous` section of my website. It isn't off-topic from my websites main focus at all; However it's just not what the original niche/domain is about. It's more or less `additional information` that my website will offer, but the problem is that I'm running into an issue of not knowing how to deal with these keywords and content.

    I can quite literally write one tutorial and it will be perfect for all 9 of these keywords, and example(Not real keywords) is as follows:


    • How to create a business.
    • How to make a business.
    • How to create a business for free.
    • How to make a business for free.
    • How to build a business.
    • How to design a business.
    • How to start a business.

    Now, for example purposes let's just assume that you can create a business for free nomatter what, but there are places that offer to make one for you for a price. Either way these keywords are getting a decent amount of traffic (Totaling almost 350k/month in searches).

    I can easily write a separate blog post for all of them, but I'm worried about my website being registered as spammy. I know that if I write separate articles for all of these they are ultimately going to say the same thing and show the same process to complete the task. So I'm really stumped.

    The title competition for some of the keywords are really low too, ( 2-3k ) while other are a little bit higher (40-70k). While I may not be able to rank first for any of these, getting on the front page for just 2-3 of them will definitely increase traffic.

    Ideas?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

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    You should probably keep them as split posts, one for each of those phrases. Just make the articles 500+ words long so you don't look spammy. Add images and so on.
     
  3. DevTucker

    DevTucker Registered Member

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    Alright will do, thanks for the information. Should I break the images into different names as-well? For example (Use the same image on all posts, but have it saved as image1.png, image2.png, image3.png, etc...)? or would that be pointless.
     
  4. kralcx

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    Type this into the google search engine site:flowerbeauty.com
    notice the various page urls?
    Now go check out the website and you will notice that all of the pages are in fact on one page.

    These two articles will point you in the right direction to get you started: http://www.iprospect.com/en/gb/blog...nd-seo-how-to-use-jquery-to-seo-your-website/
    http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com.ar/2014/02/infinite-scroll-search-friendly.html