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similar longtail keywords. Should i mention them all in one article?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mejxxxxxx, May 10, 2014.

  1. Mejxxxxxx

    Mejxxxxxx Registered Member

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    Let's say I've found more long tail keywords that are basically the same search term.

    Sample 1: "internship Germany"
    Sample 2: "internship in Germany"
    Sample 3: "foreign internship in Germany"
    Sample 4: "internshipS Germany"
    Sample 4: "doing an intern in Germany"

    When I'm developing my blog to target these keywords in articles, how should I approach them? If I SEO one article to nail "internship Germany," and create another article targeting "foreign internship in Germany," is Google going to recognize this and punish both articles for being similar?
     
  2. Dally180

    Dally180 Junior Member

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    You should write one long article targeting those keywords as your lsi keywords. So your title could be "internship in Germany", and throughout the article you include the rest of the long tail keywords.
     
  3. Iceman1978

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    Id use them all through out the article. Not putting too much thought into it,just sporadically placed. I dont think two articles would get punished for similar keywords as long as they are differently worded. But to me your giving yourself double work by writing two articles about the same thing.
     
  4. Mejxxxxxx

    Mejxxxxxx Registered Member

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    Thk you guys. I will do it.

    But: What about keyword denisity? Its like 1-3% now right? So does google see the five variations as different keywords? Dont want to overstuff the article with keywords.

    Example: I mention every sample 2% in the article:


    Sample 1: "internship Germany" =2%
    Sample 2: "internship in Germany" =2%
    Sample 3: "foreign internship in Germany"=2%
    Sample 4: "internshipS Germany"=2%
    Sample 5: "doing an intern in Germany"
    =2%

    At the end i would have 10% keyword density, if google sees them as the same and i would get penatilzed. Is it like this or does google see the samples as unique?
     
  5. BuildMoreLinks

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    with the latest updates that are coming from Google, don't try to over optimize your articles.
     
  6. Mejxxxxxx

    Mejxxxxxx Registered Member

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    So would you recommend me to mention them all in one article (lets say wirh 0,4% each sample of the 5) that i would have at the end a total of 2 % keyword density? My fear is that by mentioning all the 5 variations i would miss out on optimization since every sample would be mentionedd only 0,4 %.
     
  7. Mejxxxxxx

    Mejxxxxxx Registered Member

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    Would it be a good idea?