Using multiple keywords for one site? PLEASE help me! :(

doctorpothead

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Hey guys. How's it going? I'm really stuck right now, and it would be a HUGE help to me if someone could answer this...

Basically, i'm having some trouble with SEO... I have a website which is set up on wordpress, and i have many different posts, with different keywords. Basically, my question is: Do i have to use one keyword, just for my main site, or could i use my specialized keywords for each post?
 
you can create a multikeyword based blog, but its more hard to rank ;)
I suggest you to start first with 1 keyword and write articles about it
 
You have a main keyword that covers the central focus of your blog. This is usually your domain name or title.

You then have additional keywords that relate to your central keyword for your posts

Keep everything focused with keywords that relate and have good CPC and you'll make a pretty penny with adsense.

This is the easiest way to rank for a blog/MNS
 
you can have each post have its own keyword. but keep it related.
 
Hey guys. How's it going? I'm really stuck right now, and it would be a HUGE help to me if someone could answer this...

Basically, i'm having some trouble with SEO... I have a website which is set up on wordpress, and i have many different posts, with different keywords. Basically, my question is: Do i have to use one keyword, just for my main site, or could i use my specialized keywords for each post?

Actually you are better off with a fairly large number of related posts. When you rank a site for a bunch of related keywords they support and help each other. I really never go with a site anymore unless I can get a minimum of 15-20 keywords (including long tails).
 
doctorpothead, as a few others mentioned, you can have several keywords. Read the threads by midnight_focus and macdonjo3 on selecting keywords/how to find micro niche site with EMD. One of them (macdonjo3's on adsense, a follow up to his keyword research one) has some good tips on choosing longtails. It's manual research, but doesn't take long. Keywords data can be exported from Adwords Keyword Tool (you can choose which columns you want to view) and then imported into Excel/OpenOffice for easy sorting/nested sorting and filtering. Traffic Travis can help you analyse the competition, too.
 
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