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Got ideas for Epic content BUT...

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by randybishop, Oct 5, 2013.

  1. randybishop

    randybishop Senior Member

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    Hey-

    Thanks for reading my post.
    I've got some great ideas for EPIC content, but I am hampered by geography.
    I would be writing for a local business blog and in order to target keywords in the article I would need to include
    the city name. For example "las vegas cars" or "las vegas cars". I want to write content that appeals to a
    global audience, but putting geographical keywords is gonna make the article sound weird. I was thinking about
    putting in geographical keywords in the author bio, but I don't know if that is gonna cut it for keyword density.

    Your thoughts?
    Bishop
     
  2. nanavlad

    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Forget keyword Density
    When your writing for people

    Put a contact address at the if you have
    or a little Bio

    John Doe Las Vegas Cars

    If the article is all about cars
    this is enough for google to make the connection
     
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  3. clpik

    clpik Regular Member Premium Member

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    Yo can work them into sentences without making them sound too weird, like: "interested in some las vegas cars/cars in las vegas"? This is just an example ofc, it doesn't have to sound literally like this.
     
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    In Las Vegas cars can be picked up for a lower price than other places. A weekend of fun often ends up with car keys on the table. Many, formerly owned, Las Vegas cars find their way onto dealers lots. Is it worth buying one of these and shipping it across the country?

    Las Vegas cars are often sandblasted and may require new paint jobs..
    Check Seattle cars for rust..
    It seems like New York cars, especially small electric cars, are hard to spot in a sea of taxi's.

    Whatever works, just be creative and add some local color to the post(s)
     
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