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[Help]I need help for my site - details inside

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by bustatoad, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. bustatoad

    bustatoad Registered Member

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    Hi BHW. I have a site that i ordered from one of the services here. Currently there are 4 articles on my site. I haven't started doing backlinking. I am planning to add more contents first so that my site will be engaging to readers.

    Now I am stuck on the content part. I don't know what content should i post on my blog. What i mean is should my articles have a target keyword (e.g. long tail keywords) or plain article (no keyword) as long as it is related to my niche?
     
  2. Reeshua

    Reeshua Power Member

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    You can choose any of the two methods you mentioned, actually. You'll still be using long-tail keywords (even if you used it subconsciously) anyway if you chose to write a "plain" article. The only issue is if the article will be SEO optimized. I would recommend writing articles with a target keyword in mind. It's more organized this way. Just my two cents. :D
     
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    themanny Registered Member

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    there are some great content services here on the forum if you look for them
     
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  4. bustatoad

    bustatoad Registered Member

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    The site will be more better if articles are SEO optimized. Articles must have a target keyword then.
    What's bugging me has been answered. thank you so much.
    Followup question, how do I search for long-tail keywords? Is there a way or method that is being use to identify long-tail keywords?
     
  5. Slashdot

    Slashdot Junior Member

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    Register an account on Google Adwords. Log in. Select "tools & analysis", then "keyword planner" and "search for new keyword and ad group ideas", type in things related to your niche that you think people might be searching for, click on "get ideas", and then "keyword ideas". That's how you can search for keywords.
     
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    SionAndes Junior Member

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    If you're having trouble finding the more content and topics related to your niche/website? then I recommend you to go with "how to" articles related to your niche. open wikihow or ehow and type your main keyword in their search boxes it will displayed you a list of how to articles related to your theme. :)

    And Yes Long tail keywords are good to target as it can be rank easier and it brings most relevant visitors.