Page Title, Focus Keyword, Slug and Meta Description with same keyword?

Arjun singh

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is it good way if I started meta tags like The Page Title, Focus Keyword, Slug and Meta Description all with the same Keyword/s.

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Yes, those are pretty much the only places you need to have your exact keyword into.

Page title: include the main keyword. Maybe as much to the left as possible. But dont force it, make it natural. The title is for the user first.

URL slug: make it as short as possible, maybe just the 3-4 words of the keyword.

Focus keyword by Yoast plugin: this literally does not matter since it won't appear on the page. But it can help you track how many times you have your kw in your text. HOWEVER, dont use this too see if you have it enough times, but rather to see if you have it too many times! Once in the first paragraph and then once every 1000 words is more than enough, even though yoast will tell you otherwise.

Meta description: you can put your kw there too, but it won't have an effect on SEO. However, if your kw is there, it will get highlighted in bold if an user searches for it in google. This helps with CTR. Again make it natural. Meta description is only for the users nowadays.

Another recommended place to put your keyword is just once on the first paragraph.
In the rest of the test, unless you need to use it naturally, stick to LSI kws (google it if you are not familiar with them)
 

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Which description is good for seo?

1 description:

Description: If you find yourself in gambling addictive troubling situation, then We help you to provide best gambling addiction treatment. Call Now! At 1234567890

2 description
Gambling Addiction Treatment |
At ABC Company, We provide best therapy that helps to improve Gambling addiction problem.Call Now! At 1234567890
 

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Try to cover multiple variations of your main keyword and/or related keywords within your Meta Title, Meta Description, H1 and the URL slug.

Don't just stuff the exact same keyword everywhere.
 

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Yes, those are pretty much the only places you need to have your exact keyword into.

Page title: include the main keyword. Maybe as much to the left as possible. But dont force it, make it natural. The title is for the user first.

URL slug: make it as short as possible, maybe just the 3-4 words of the keyword.

Focus keyword by Yoast plugin: this literally does not matter since it won't appear on the page. But it can help you track how many times you have your kw in your text. HOWEVER, dont use this too see if you have it enough times, but rather to see if you have it too many times! Once in the first paragraph and then once every 1000 words is more than enough, even though yoast will tell you otherwise.

Meta description: you can put your kw there too, but it won't have an effect on SEO. However, if your kw is there, it will get highlighted in bold if an user searches for it in google. This helps with CTR. Again make it natural. Meta description is only for the users nowadays.

Another recommended place to put your keyword is just once on the first paragraph.
In the rest of the test, unless you need to use it naturally, stick to LSI kws (google it if you are not familiar with them)
Nothing else to add to this. Perfect
 

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I recommend that you don't stuff same keywords in all places, it will be considered as webspam and search engines don't like it.
 
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