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Keyword Optimized Article Writing...??

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by chris888, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. chris888

    chris888 Newbie

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    I'm looking to have articles written or else write the articles myself. How can I make it so that the article itself pushes the most weight towards my site ranking for my keywords.

    I understand to use anchored keywords in the bio portion, But how do I make it so that the article pushes the most weight to the keyword.

    For Instance:

    - How to optimize page title for keywords without having article outrank my site itself..?????
     
  2. yeahsure

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    1) Make the keyword bold
    2) Include the keyword once every 100 words
    3) Use synonyms to the keyword (ie "Make money online" / "Earn money from home")
    4) The article won't outrank your site. It's going to link to it and it's going to have less backlinks than your site, so very little chance that it could rank better than the site itself.

    Hope this helps :)
     
  3. chris888

    chris888 Newbie

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    Indeed. but submissions such as Ezine hold a good page rank that outrank lots of sites by themselves.

    For example: If I named my article ** "Bob is Fat: Learn how fat he got"

    Then that article would for sure outrank my site if my keywords were "bob is fat"

    know what I mean.. ? I just know cause it has happened to me
     
  4. jonnyquest

    jonnyquest Regular Member

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    No sure things ... do what "Yeahsure" suggested and keep on pushing the articles out and you will see what works and what doesn't ... but then again things do change all the time ... you will make it ... good luck :)

    JQ
     
  5. yeahsure

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    So basically what you want is to rank with an article for a certain keyword, without having that article out-rank your website?
     
  6. undertheworld

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    Follow what yeahsure said....
    your article can't outrank you website BECAUSE link juice (and page rank) is being transferred from the article page to your website; not vice-versa.
    Don't worry, just keep building content rich articles and dont forget to submit the RSS feeds of your article to the RSS directories.
    Cheers
    :biggthump
     
  7. kobokok

    kobokok Registered Member

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    If you build lots of keyword target content you don't really have to worry about being outranked by your own articles. Besides, your articles have your websites link in them which places priority to your website.
     
  8. tygrus

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    Don't worry about keywords for your article and don't write about the item in your site, just keep it generic based on your experience or something, otherwise relevant adsense will come up on the article site and they will have no reason to carry on to your webpage.