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What does URL + Keyword mean?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PandaDomo, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. PandaDomo

    PandaDomo Senior Member

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    When you order a SEO service, let's say they allow only 1 URL and 6 keywords. What are you supposed to provide them EXACTLY? For example, each page is one article. Each article focuses on one keyword which in turn will be 1 URL. However, what does it mean by "6 keywords" then? I don't really understand :/ Does it mean your domain URL and then 6 keywords of inner pages or something? Thanks in advance for whoever can clear this up for me :p (If you couldn't tell, I am a complete noob.)
     
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    nnann Registered Member

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    You may want to consider adding variations of your main keyword. If your keyword is "blue widget" you could also target "blue widgets", "blue widget 2012", "best blue widgets", etc.. But usually extra keywords are optional.
     
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    LBrown Senior Member

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    You can target multiple keywords on each page. If you have a site about cats (cats.com) and one page about purple cats (cats.com/purple-cats) you might be targeting the keywords: purple cats, purple striped cats, violet cats, purple and green cats and magenta cats all with that one URL.
     
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    Xp3r7 Regular Member

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    Let's say you have site for insurances.

    So URL is: MySiteForInsurances.com
    Keywords are something like:
    cheap insurance
    home insurance
    health insurance
    car insurance
    unemployment insurance
    sickness insurance

    Keywords need to be relative to site's subject.

    Hope that helps :)
     
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  5. Soudy

    Soudy Junior Member

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    No i believe the URL is your website. Then the Keywords are the Key Words you want to rank your site for.

    So when you buy a SEO Package, they say what is your URL and Keywords u want to rank for.

    Example : MydogTrainingSecrets.com is your URL. and your Keywords are " Dog Training, pet training secrets, Pet Training, Dog Training Secrets."

    So the URL is your site and the Keywords are the words you want to rank in google for.
     
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  6. PandaDomo

    PandaDomo Senior Member

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    Ahh, I see. So when they ask for multiple keywords, even though your article is targeted to specifically one keyword only, the other 5 are related keywords that you also want to rank for?