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How to position keywords in context? (for SEO)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by samiejg, Dec 24, 2016.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    I suck so bad at SEO and writing... But am trying to get better. What I am wondering from you guys though is.. How do you position keywords in text? Or is there any guides out there for this?

    What I mean by this is... like what words can and can't be before or after the keyword.

    Example:
    I wanted to get my *KEYWORD* with a turtle.
    This *KEYWORD* has really got it going on.

    lol Ok kind of random.. but I mean like those words "my" "with" "this" "has", are those going to interfere with Google/Youtube picking up my keyword?

    Just worried that some useless words could potentially be added to my keyword.
     
  2. ContentWriter

    ContentWriter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Your content focusing on the most common keywords should be on the
    most common pages on your website(homepage). The position of your keywords in the article isn't that important as long as you're able to use the keywords and the content makes sense.
     
  3. djp371

    djp371 Elite Member

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    It's fine to have less, relevant keywords in your content but never overuse it. Too many keywords on your content can cause negative impact on your site.