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Target same keyword in multiple posts or only single post?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by givensia, May 11, 2014.

  1. givensia

    givensia Regular Member

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    Hey bhw, I have a question about what is the right way of targetting keywords. Lets say you have three keywords you want to target, do you focus them on a single post/article on the site or in multiple ones? Specifically, I mean by using yoast seo plugin, do you repeat your main keyword as the focus or always focus on a different one? This has been confusing me for a while and I never really found an answer to it by lurking around.
     
  2. himanuzo

    himanuzo Supreme Member

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    This depends on the keywords are in same product or not. But not do keyword stuffing in one article.
     
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    TopGseo Regular Member

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    If you only focus on main keyword, It might get in spam list. Diversification is the best tool, You should divide your KW into ratio's and then post it accordingly.
     
  4. Argoss

    Argoss Junior Member

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    Pay more attention to what's actually on those pages and it'll make your job easier. If the page is really only about one keyword, then only use that keyword, even if it means mentioning it on multiple pages.

    Also, keep in mind that you can use variations of words to diversify a bit.
     
  5. kindarthur

    kindarthur Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes, You could avoid repetitions of keyword terms or phrases into a page in order to make it appear more relevant to the search engines since keyword repetitions play an extremely limited role in boosting rankings. Instead of using the same keyword a hundred and one times, i suggest you to use some long-tail keyword variations in your content.
     
  6. pahosa

    pahosa Junior Member

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    Do not use one keyword to your blog or article. use your main keyword and come up with several variations of it. When writing your article make sure that it flows really well.