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Keywords research

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nabeelshams, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. nabeelshams

    nabeelshams Power Member

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    I am a bit confused and want to ask something from all the BHW members. I want to rank for two keywords. For example those two are

    1 plantar wart
    2 plantar wart cure

    If i only use the second keyword in my articles and not the 1st one will i rank for both because 2nd one contains both 1 and 2

    Hope you understand the point?
     
  2. seoguru13

    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    I'd rank the first keyword, and use the 2nd one as a secondary Keyword.

    Imagine this, just because you used a ten worded keyword, would google rank the several phrases in that keyword?
     
  3. nabeelshams

    nabeelshams Power Member

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    When check in article rewrite assistant, it counts the 2nd keyword as well as the first one out the 2nd one.
     
  4. poweronics

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    Why don't you write separate articles for both keywords?
     
  5. mikenielson143

    mikenielson143 Registered Member

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    If you used only second keyword than it does not provide benefit to your first keyword.