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How to fit this keyword into my articles..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thedon23, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    I have a website where I offer SEO services. The URL does not have the keywords in it.

    The keyword I am trying to rank for is "city SEO".

    The only problem I'm having here is fitting this keyword into articles that I post on the sites blog daily.

    It just doesn't flow good. It only flows good with "SEO" alone. Kind of hard to fit the city name in there.

    "There's a lot of different factors that come into play as far as SEO goes".

    Sounds good, but if I put the city name in there now:

    "There's a lot of different factors that come into play as far as New York SEO goes"

    Doesn't really make sense.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. mission11

    mission11 Newbie

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    I have a few keywords like that. You can use the two words separately but sometimes you are just going have to accept that it isn't going to sound all that good.

    I think the best way would be to write articles about SEO specifically in that city and say things like "The thing about city SEO is that it is (different than other city SEO, a very competitive market...etc)
     
  3. Reefer

    Reefer Junior Member

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    sounds good to me... a person from nyc looking for seo might be more likely to continue reading vs regular seo.

    Easy ways i add keywords to the page:
    1 - lists
    2 - split up the content into sections and put into header tags
     
  4. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    Thanks buddy. Looks like that's what all I have to end up doing.

    You make a good point. What do you mean exactly by lists though? Sorry, I'm not sure I understand clearly.
     
  5. Psychop1

    Psychop1 Registered Member

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    Your main keyword should be mentioned the most, but you should have several other similar keywords in your content. Looks more natural to your visitors and Google that way. What I'm getting at is you should find at least one context that your keyword does sound natural, and write enough content that you can use it in that same context several times with your other keywords mixed in to make it seem natural.

    In your case, consider something like, "We offer the best service in city. SEO is our passion."
     
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  6. Reefer

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    Top 5 NYC SEO Niches

    1 - Dentists
    with nyc being the most populated, new york seo comes into play

    2 - Web Design
    Graphic designers are particularly interested in NYC SEO services

    etc
     
  7. Cad01

    Cad01 Regular Member

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    Hi, i think they're right, try to write about seo in different city's and also Psychop1 example with the "." in the middle is really good, i use it in some of my longtail emd micro niche sites were i want to rank for the keyphrase thats in the domain and it works fine.