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#1 lillaxmomo

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 02:10 PM

I'm pretty new to SEO and have no idea how to start.

 

1. How many KWs should I use per blog post or per page? Can a KW be more than 2 words? Does the KW need to be unique or can use more than once?

 

2. How can I find current KWs found in current content? 

 

3. I found some keywords based on Google Analytics > Acquisition > SEO > Queries

 

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Should I apply all keywords above to all pages and content or make them slightly better?


Edited by chrishirst, 26 July 2015 - 02:52 AM.


#2 chrishirst

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Posted 26 July 2015 - 03:01 AM

1 - Depends on how good you are at writing

 


 

 

Can a KW be more than 2 words?

No, ... more than one word is called a phrase

 

2 - If it has been written correctly you shouldn't be able to.

 

Given that you have entirely the wrong impression what "key" words are, you should read the linked articles in this thread Tips for new SEOs

 

More reading:

 

http://www.highranki...-to-get-ranked/

https://www.google.c...ywords-for-seo/

http://www.highranki...51649-keywords/

http://www.highranki...tions-keywords/



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Posted 26 July 2015 - 08:11 PM

Should I apply all keywords above to all pages and content or make them slightly better?

 

Which would you think makes for a better page of writing on any topic :

 

 

(1) Your website has an overall theme. Your pages are related to this theme and act as subtopics. Write about something that you know a lot about. If you know enough about what you are providing, then writing in a natural language will be...natural. If you are a pro at what you are offering to write about then you will probably use words that are significant and commmon to your subject of expertise.

 

You are going to spend your time creating something useful that adds a certain value, perspective, etc...so be creative. If you are considerably knowledgeable in the topic you are writing about there is a good chance you are adept with the lingo and colloquialism of your topic(s) of choice. If you are writing for the beginner audience or expert level readers, your wording and strategy will no doubt alter and your words and language approach will vary between these two example audiences. There are many audience members. Who are you targeting? Write for them. Write things they will want to read that they will benefit from. They may find what it is you want them to find when they use search engines or through other channels.

 

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(2) Quality writing dwells on where keywords are located and how often they are mentioned per page. Be  sure to gauge your writing on key words, specifically the ones you personally decide are important -not on what the overall piece has to offer to your target audience, such as if the piece is informative or moving, funny, emotional etc.. forget the value it can provide to your target audience, make sure key words are taken care of.


Edited by AvyGuttman, 26 July 2015 - 08:15 PM.





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