Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by subster, Jun 12, 2013.
Another really good one!
yes this is really nice
I'd taken my eye off the ball a bit with my main site (concentrating on backlinks).
Did a blog post on my main site on Saturday (long tail KW) - received a call yesterday from a major London university and got a £1k job. Now off to write a few more blog posts
Yes,we all have to remind ourselfes toget eyes mainly back onto the content.
For a example a finance site with grammar or spelling errors can rank rank first for nice keywords but wont convert well as it is a trustkiller.
Amazing Job! Thanks for taking the time to write all that and sharing it!
awesome infographic! and all the information is very accurate
Looks like what I've been doing for the last few years.
Haha, seriously speaking though... This is why I write my content without giving a rat's @ss about KW density, unless specified by the client. It's irrelevant. Mentioning the keyword once or twice is fine - or more if it appears naturally, but fitting in a keyword like: Plumbers Los Angeles - which is obviously grammatically wrong on its face is just ridiculous. If I repeat that 5-6 times in an article, the content would look pathetic to a real reader's eyes. Maybe we could get away with that if it is used ONCE, but more than that would be a bad idea.
Great share subster!
Really great information friend.
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