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Need Advise on Adsense [content writing]

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RakeshKhan, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. RakeshKhan

    RakeshKhan Newbie

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    Suppose my keyword is "Beach Hotels" then how should I write the content? I mean should I write reviews on few "beach hotels" or should I write only names, their addresses, contacts info?

    In fact, my question is: A site focused on Adsense should write reviews of products or just share tips, ideas, information? Because as far as I know reviews work only for affiliate programs. Please share your suggestion, experience.

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  2. ratz0r

    ratz0r Newbie

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    1. Make your content interesting. Don't just provide dry information and facts. Make it lively and entertaining whenever possible. Sell yourself, your services or your product. Use humor and make yourself likable. Put yourself into your clients shoes and try to write your content as if you were trying to convince yourself to buy, sign-up, or request your own service. What would make you buy your product?


    2. Write about things and provide information that you know well. Do it quickly and efficiently so you get your message across fast but also make quality use of the time someone is spending reading your site. If you try to cover a large topic in a mediocre or unconvincing way, people will probably not bookmark and return or even worse they many not even finish reading and move on.


    3. Keep your content short and sweet when possible. The first paragraph of your article is critical. If it's dull, boring and lifeless, your reader will surely move on. You must keep their interest right from the start and drive them to pick up the phone or pull out their credit card. On the web people like to get information fast and it better be good. Don't drone on for pages trying to sell and convince people. Give it to them straight and to the point and then if you feel that it might be beneficial to expand on your topic then do so. But never drag out a sales pitch. Allow your visitors to get the information they need and then if they want more you can always provide it.
     
  3. RakeshKhan

    RakeshKhan Newbie

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    R U a robot? Please be specific with your answer.
     
  4. Joozed

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    Hi RakeshKhan,

    Start by writing general informative articles that anyone could use if they went to any beach hotel. Something like:

    "Top 10 Items To Pack On Your Beach Hotel Vacation"

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    "Top Online Apps to Check Weather and Water Conditions For Your Beach Hotel Stay"

    Once you have a good stable of general help articles you can branch out into specific hotel or area reviews as well as more complex and authoritative articles. Ultimately you just want to pick topics that can help people in way or another.
     
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  5. RakeshKhan

    RakeshKhan Newbie

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    thanks