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Keyword ranking/ Content

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by accessted, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. accessted

    accessted Junior Member

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    I had a few newb questions.

    I have a local service website and it has about 30 pages for each keyword I want to rank. 5 main pages have about 1000 words, and Secondary pages under each of the main KW have about 400-500 words.

    I want to try and rank a bunch of Long tail keywords for example keyword/zipcode type KW. To target a bunch of zip codes.

    Do I need to make posts/pages for each actual zip code to try and rank? Is there a better way without looking spammy and stuffing a bunch of zip codes on one page?

    Seems like a lot of work, but I want to do this right so I can rank high for these LSI keywords.

    Also how much content would be sufficient for these LSI pages? Can I do like 200-300?

    Last question is if I want these to rank and build links will my Homepage/Top level links boost these up or do I actually need links to the exact Zip code pages?

    Thanks
     
  2. makemybusinessboom

    makemybusinessboom Junior Member

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    I would add a section on the page for the zip codes. Having a strong domain will surely help. Zip codes are pretty easy to rank for. Shouldnt need much more than having them on the page and making sure the page is indexed.
     
  3. accessted

    accessted Junior Member

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    So basically make a service area page that we cover and list all the different zip coeds?

    Not sure how I would get the url to match unless i create a page for each.

    Thanks for your comments :)