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Keyword Research And Writing Articles

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by UrbanMyth, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. UrbanMyth

    UrbanMyth Regular Member

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    I have often wondered how certain keywords are incorporated into an article when you are building a quality website. For instance, you do your keyword research and find a great keyword with all the stats you're looking for, but the keyword phrase isn't grammatically correct.

    Take for example the following random keyword 'foot pain heel'. This keyword can't be used if you want a quality article that reads right, but you just have to use it because it has tons of searches and little competition. What do you do in cases like this?
     
  2. misscaprice

    misscaprice Newbie

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    Sometimes you just need to make a compromise. Sometimes you need to be very creative.

    We can discuss the impact of some punctuation characters which are treated simply as space by google - like comma (,)

    Something like: "Have you ever experienced so severe foot pain, heel aching badly early in the morning, that just makes you wanna scream?"

    P.S. English is not my native language, there might be some sort of mistake in the sentence above, but you still got my point, right?
     
  3. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ya, just be creative with it. I try to combine it with a proper keyword that I will base my article around but i'll mention the "odd" keyword a few times in my article (1-3 times). Usually works fine.