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what if i don't have spasific keyword?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by alisnet, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. alisnet

    alisnet Newbie

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    hi,
    i have an article sites and most of the users come from diffurent keyword (most of them are not the title, but words in the article).

    what should i do? build links to homepage with "articles" keyword or just leave the urls as urls and not keyword?

    i don't want to promote spasific pages and don't want to use the title as keyword, just to give bit more power to all pages. i understand that it will not be the same as using keyword, but as i don't really have keywords, this is the way i'm looking for.

    what do you think?
     
  2. alisnet

    alisnet Newbie

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    any tip guys?
     
  3. aReJay

    aReJay Power Member

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    Hehehe!!!

    He said spasific

    But in all seriousness, if you have an articles site and can't spell you may have some issues.

    -aReJay

     
  4. cooldude7

    cooldude7 Regular Member

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    do u use article name in tittle ?

    if u are not targetting any kw then u should add article name in keyword and in description for that page.

    and linkbuilding
     
  5. alisnet

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    titles are spinned, so they are not readable - that's why i don't want to use keywords here, only give bit "extra" power to all pages.

     
  6. alisnet

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    specific will be better?
    english is not my spoken language and the site is local o/c, but as long as you understand what i asked...