Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by canuckle83, Dec 4, 2011.
how many articles do you generally write for each keyword that you want targeted?
I always do one per keyword.
I generally do a minimum of 5, depending on the keyword. It's so easy to come up with a ton of articles for so many keywords.
just one single article
How many articles you write is irrelevant. What matters is how many you publish...
A well written article that is hyper-spun/3d spun ( for example, using our UberCubez method) produces thousands of human-written quality articles ready for submission to hundreds of directories. Articles need to be viewed as commercial assets and 'placeholders' for your links - not your attempt at a Pulitzer.
To effectively SEO with articles, you need to de-personalise the process. Save your great content for where it should be - on your own site.
Keywords are targeted via inclusion in the title and some varied long tail anchor texts.
one per keyword and back it by working on my link velocity on that page
1 article with about 3 or 4 keyword variations in it.
2 articles in a month using different 2 to 3 keywords use simultaneously..
For one site I just started I'm having 4 main articles written targeting variations of the keyword at 900 words each.
OP I like to have 5 unique articles minimum on my site per KW
Quick question Jascoken.
How do you feel about taking a good article already on your money site and spinning it via construct and word level spin for distribution?
Also if I have an article with 3 sentence variations per sentence, 4 sentences per paragraph and 5 paragraphs how many potential variations does that give me? Just seeing how you figure the math on that so I know when I distribute how many I should/could target.
400 word consist of 3 paragraph each one keyword
I love this. I'm stealing it for my training!
1 article with 3 keyword..
Separate names with a comma.