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'commonly used search terms' or 'recent searches that brought you here' on page seo

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by supremeboxtee, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. supremeboxtee

    supremeboxtee Registered Member

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    i've seen this done a few times, anyone use this and have success?

    also wondering if target-keyword.html has links on it with said 'commonly searched keywords' that are linking to target-keyword.html (links linking to same page) show any gains for long tail keywords

    searched around but unsure of the wording, found nothing :(
     
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    Using a script or WP-Plugin (SEO SearchTerms 2) that will automatically place recent search terms on your page will rank higher for those terms. Example:

    Code:
    Recent Search Terms:
    Phrase 1
    Keyword 2
    Random Longtail 1
    
    I would definitely recommend it.
     
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    supremeboxtee Registered Member

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    this is for a ragento install, but i will look at the code they used and hopefully be able to bring it over, otherwise manually do it as i know exactly what keywords i'm looking for

    does self-linking help also, or does the goog figure it out?