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Title optmizing question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by loginname, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hi

    I use instantposition.com/seotest.php to test how well my site is optimizied. My site gets 39 of 40 points for the main keyword.

    For my second keyword it gets 35/40 points.

    Now I've discovered another keyword which gets 36/40, but the seotest gives that keyword this optmizing error:
    "Your entire keyword was not matched in the first nine words of your title"

    You see the title of my website contains my 2 keyword phrases (2 word in each phrase), like for example the main keywords are: Great Abs, Cool Workout.
    Now I've discovered that my site has the potential to rank high for the keyword Great Workout too

    So I could just change the title to Great Abs, Cool Workout, Great Workout.
    but that would give me other problems, the seotester will complain that Great Workout is not in the beginning of the title, I repeat Great and Workout 2 times... and that will harm the rankings of my 2 main keywords :(

    Not sure what to do here, maybe live it like it is..

    what you suggests?
     
  2. ProjectV

    ProjectV Newbie

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    Why don't you try combining it into something like great abs workout...then optimize the content for great abs and great workout....
     
  3. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    Different titles optimized for different pages and/or different pages optimized for different titles.

    or, if you have subdomain ability:

    http://great-workout.great-abs.com etc