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Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by mdraino, Jul 29, 2015.

  1. mdraino

    mdraino Regular Member

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    I dont know what other thread to post this in so im posting here..

    When I am basing an article around a certain keyword, it is important that keyword is in the title/URL/content/more? Or can I get away with less?
    Whats recommended?
     
  2. HoneyHelper

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    Keyword should be in title,Content and tags ;)
    That's my recommendation
     
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    Vanrithy Power Member

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    The norm, keyword should appear in Title, Url & Content. The earlier it appears the better but don't sacrifice readability.
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I put my article's primary keyword in my title, slug (URL), image titles, image alt tags, and my content. I then supplement this by adding LSI keywords throughout the article or, when my keyword density gets over 1.5%, in place of my primary keyword to avoid sounding repetitive or unnatural in my articles.
     
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  5. mdraino

    mdraino Regular Member

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    Thanks guys...
    Also, how do I actually add my keyword to the URL?
    I thought if you named the article title something, thats what would show up in the URL... I'm wrong?
     
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    Moved to 'http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f107-associated-content-writing-articles/'
     
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    it depends entirely on how you format your URLs and what platform you're using. If you're using Wordpress, you can click on the edit buttonnext to the URL while you're editing the article to change the URL. You can have a slug that looks like "www.yoursite.com/article-about-keyword/", so you don't have to change it to "www.yoursite.com/keyword".
     
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    title url content or a sub heading