Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Biycchu, May 19, 2017.
Masters please help me.
Where i use long tail keyword :-
1. In post title
2. Post content
Better to use in the content body, If place keyword in the middle or Last paragraph its more better to get maximum visibility Just try it
Best of Luck
Both in title and content if it fits well. Thumbrule is it should not look like keyword stuffing.
Include a slight variation in the title, h1 tag & exact term in the first 2/3 sentences.
Go for both - Title as well as body of the content.
Keep Keyword Density 1-2% Use Keyword Wherever Possible To Use Naturally.
H1, H2, H3...
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Body (Try to Use Once in starting of article)
Where to use long tail keywords? I would use them in the body of the content.
That said, if you structure your article the right way and weave in as many LSI words as possible, you would not have to target each long tail keyword individually ... your pages will rank for 100s of these keywords just because you used lots of LSI words and phrases in your article.
It can be in your URL, your content (anchor texts), page title, or headings (H1, H2, H3). Try to have a keyword density and avoid over-optimizing.
I'm agreed with @Sristy
If you've got wordpress installed, add the yoast seo plugin and it'll tell you everything.
Try yoast seo plugin. This will help
it depends on the article. put the long tail keyword in the middle OR in the first paragraph. put there where it fits.
It's good to use both in the title and 1st paragraph of the content. Ensure that you're not doing keyword stuffing. You can insert LSI keywords inside the content to make it natural.
You can go for both and please don't over-optimized it.
Yep yoast seo plugin. It's very good.
both, but use different in content and heading
You can use the long tail KW's widely on content and on some titles.IMO don't use it on title always.Good Luck.
Use it in headings and titles if you can and throughout the body as much as possible without sounding repetiitve or spammy
Both are Important, So try Using long tail keywords on both title as well as post content - Best Wishes!
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