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Titles for Tier 2 and 3 articles should always contain the kw i try to rank for?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nobody00, Nov 16, 2014.

  1. nobody00

    nobody00 Regular Member

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    Hi, i have a question if anyone is willing to help me I'll be grateful.

    I would like to know if the titles of the tier 2 and 3 articles should always contain the keyword i'm trying to rank for. I know this is true for tier 1 but i don't know about 2 and 3.

    Thanks
     
  2. koolkake

    koolkake Regular Member

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    It would indeed help, if the headers tags were keyworded. However, what's more important is the contextual content surrounding the backlink. Honestly for me, I don't care if it's tier 10, if the content is relevant (and yes, google still gives more weight to header tags - titles, etc), it will help.
     
  3. nobody00

    nobody00 Regular Member

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    What are header tags?

    About contextual content, after i spin it the article don't make any sense but it contains words about my niche, is that contextual or i need readable content for tier 2 and 3 as well?
     
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    I would not try to over optimize my tier 2 article title's as it can easily be classified as spam even by web 2.0 sites on which the content will be posted.
     
  5. koolkake

    koolkake Regular Member

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    Header tags are generally titles.

    And no, I wouldn't waste time trying to make tier 2 or 3+ readable. As long as the content is generally related to the keyword (and 90%+ unique, of course), it will help pass link juice.

    I agree with BuildMoreLinks, however, I don't think the optimization within each article for these lower tiers (including anchor texts, titles) is AS important as tier 1. As usual, I would keep tier 2+ anchor text ratios lower than 5%.

    If whatever program you're using to build these lower tiers allows you to spyntax the title (header) of the article, I would definitely implement that.
     
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    I never do but T2 is just give some power and properly index to T1
     
  7. nobody00

    nobody00 Regular Member

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    Here's an example of what i'm talking about because it's easier to understand

    For example Kontent Machine generates:
    Title 1: Quick Money From A Payday Loan
    Title 2: Fast Cash From A Payday Mortgage

    I want to rank payday load (general example) but as you can see 1 spun title does not contain my keyword, so my question is should i use only titles that include my keyword or titles that does not contain the kw are fine too?
     
  8. koolkake

    koolkake Regular Member

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    Yes. Research LSI. (Latent Semantic Indexing). Google can distinguish similar words/keywords through LSI datamining.
     
  9. nobody00

    nobody00 Regular Member

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    ok i get it, i can be different but it must be synonym with the main keyword, is that right?
     
  10. koolkake

    koolkake Regular Member

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    Generally that's correct, yes