scrapebox keywords help...

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  1. superbee

    superbee Newbie

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    ive been useing scrapebox for a week or so and im trying to figure out, is the names = to the keywords you want associated with the link your blasting out, if so should i use the same 5-6 keywords im trying to rank for in google? in other words i should use all the keywords to harvest but when posting only the one im trying to rank for?
     
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    in a short answer...yes
     
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    Hamstamasta Regular Member

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    Home Page:
    essentially names=keyword

    ie

    money
    money blog
    money blogs
    etc
     
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  4. superbee

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    at first i was just putting the keywords i scraped back in there and then got to thinking that doesnt make sense i want my keywords im trying to rank for with my url...lol thanks guys again!
     
  5. becky

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    Yes, that's correct. Scape anything relevant. But for posting, use the keyword you want to rank.
     
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    Yes, but be careful because a too well optimised name can lead to > spam box
     
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    hehe i used regular names at first also, but then i changed to use the "keywords" in the name filed insted.
     
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