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How can you incorporate bad english keywords?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Dragn, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. Dragn

    Dragn Regular Member

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    Quite often I'm digging through keywords and I come across things like:

    "Dog pee fixing"
    "video game pc"
    "home remedy acne"

    things of this nature come up fairly often, but I always overlook them, simply because gramatically speaking, they are impossible to add to "quality content"

    I'm not a wiz at SEO, but one thing I always try to do is push my keywords into my writing (articles, stories, reviews, etc etc) as much as possible.

    What other methods can I use to get these keywords into my work? Do I just figure out the "best way" to use them in my writing, or are there other methods to using keywords that I'm just overlooking?
     
  2. Dragn

    Dragn Regular Member

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    What part of it didnt you grasp?

    People do searches for searches that are grammatically butchered and could never be put into any quality content without standing out at least a little

    some of which have 1000, 2000, 10000 searches a month with low competition

    obviously, I'd like to target those keywords in the best way possible

    I'm kinda surprised I've not gotten any suggestions or feedback yet D:
     
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    Bison Max Newbie

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    the quality content is the key
     
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    Viltedali Regular Member

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    Maybe have a 'grammatical fixes' section of your site that lists one of your phrases to start off the content, has a dash, and then the phrase re-written to be grammatically correct or whatever.

    That wouldn't make for a whole lot of content per page but you could always return to each page later to add a bit more, and to show some 'activity' on the page, if that counts at all as far as go0gle goes.

    Maybe have the link to that section of the site sort of hidden in the footer or something, as some of your regular visitors may wonder why in the world you have such a section on the site.

    Don't know how effective it would be, but it's an idea.
     
  5. originator

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    You can make a kind of tags section on your website.
    Like "Incoming search tags"
    Put your tags on it and link them to pages on your website.

    This way you still have quality content on your site, but also the "bad english keywords".