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Better way to write articles for my site?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by iamlegend, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. iamlegend

    iamlegend BANNED BANNED

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    Hi friends I have 3 MNS with EMD ..The niche is about medicine and treatment
    as i 'am doctor i can write articles by myself but i worry that SEO stuff people say when writing articles you should aware of using keyword and some stuff
    can anyone tell me is good to write article by myself?..
     
  2. Funkychicken

    Funkychicken Newbie

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    Is the site targeting english language readers?
     
  3. iamlegend

    iamlegend BANNED BANNED

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    yes site targets english readers
     
  4. DrEvil123

    DrEvil123 Junior Member

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    Search for the basics of on-site SEO.
     
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    joaquin112 Regular Member

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    at the end of the day, you should be writing articles for people, not search engines. Maybe right now you can get a little better rankings by stuffing keywords here and there, but I don't expect that to last. Always keep your readers in mind.
     
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  6. iamlegend

    iamlegend BANNED BANNED

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    But what about SEO optimization of the article?
    If i don't use SEO tricks how can i climb in google?.
     
  7. DrEvil123

    DrEvil123 Junior Member

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    That is only partly correct.

    You need to write articles with search engines in mind, however I am not suggesting to keyword-stuff.

    If you are writing an article about medical facts, and your audience are expected to be doctors, then use descriptive words and medical terminology that a search engine or a clued in reader would expect to see within an article.

    If you are writing a story about brown foxes but only mention "fox" once and the rest of the time you use the words "it" or "him" and "brown fox" is not somewhere in your titles and descriptions, then how does a search engine know that the article is about brown foxes?

    A user should read it and not even notice that you have dropped in 10 different keywords.

    This is quality content with search engines in mind, not SEO over-optimized rubbish.