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Is there any limit to how many kws you can target per article?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, May 16, 2012.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I ask this because Ive been finding alot of very similar kws.

    I used to aim for one kw per artilce but then I quickly realized that is a stupid idea when I found I had a list such as- cheap hotels, very cheap hotels, find cheap hotels.

    Not only would it be a waste of time and effort to try and find new content for each one but also adsense would prob disapprove since it would largely be the same content each time just reworded and obvious seo fodder.

    Conversely the benefits of cramming loads into a post are many such as saving money/time on writing articles and the like.

    The only downside I see is that you woudlnt be able to do h1, 2, 3 and suchlike for all of them but in my tests Ive been finding this onpage shit is pretty negligible as other pages where I havent done any/minimal onpage still seem to rank the same.

    Also we have to be especially careful with this stuiff post penguin so they say so better to naturally add lots of diff kws as you type methinks vs stuffing things in h1 tags etc.
     
  2. Outsource43

    Outsource43 Newbie

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    What you could do is use one keyword and tie it to keyword phrases that Google will catch. You can use the keyword shoes and link it to lady shoes or men shoes, work shoes, ect. and you can get a ranking for all of them over a period of time.
     
  3. artificial_genius

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    It should be random and always only keywords that are in the same niche. If you always do 1 keyword per article, Google will begin to footprint that. If you always do 3 keywords per article, Google will begin to footprint that.

    Also you need to have anchors that aren't any keyword at all (such as an anchor text with 'click here' or 'yoursite.com').

    Predictable and consistent are the two worst things to be doing in SEO right now. You need to be as random as possible with your SEO efforts to prevent Google from catching on to what you are doing.
     
  4. MrBeastsOnToast

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    Ive wondered this and im testing at the moment, too early to draw conclusions though.
     
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  5. Satan Claus

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    Include LSI keywords in your content, and utilize images with descriptive names and alt tags. Anchors/header tags don't have to be an exact match to rank.
     
  6. Ranko Jones

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    I dont get the point of deliberately aiming to put LSI keywords in...that should happen naturally if you're writing about a topic.

    Artificial Genius, ye well that will kinda happen naturally since when scraping new kws they will be randomly grouped to relate to each other depending on which ones turn out to be good looking kws.