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Tuning a page (targeting) for 50 keyterms - tool to help?
targeting more than 3 keyterms on a page
richtalbot




msg:4381576
 12:50 pm on Oct 31, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hi everyone,

This is my first post on Webmasterworld.

I wanted to find out more about tuning a single web page for 50 keyterms (or key phrases if you like).

From what I have read on this site and others, it seems to be 3-4 keyterms maximum is recommended.

Our reasons for having so many is because we are after the longtail effect, and a lot of the 2 and 3 word terms fit into the long term one.

For example:
Term 1: alpha bravo charlie delta echo foxtrot
Term 2: alpha bravo delta
Term 3: delta echo foxtrot
Term 4: echo foxtrot
etc.

In the past, we have used IBP (Internet Business Promoter) to ensure our pages are tuned for the right (single) term.

Does anyone know of any software that allows you to check that your page is correctly tuned for more than 1 term?

Thanks,
Rich Talbot

 

tangor




msg:4382463
 8:45 am on Nov 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

Welcome to Webmasterworld!

Inpage results will provide much of what you are seeking, ie.

alpha
bravo
charlie
delta
echo
foxtrot

in NEAR (but is not paired) in results.

Highly keyword stuffed pages don't get the same love as more dedicated pages, and may generate worse results in the SERPS. That said (all above is SEO) from a CONTENT point of view the page best be a directory or menu else it will be very difficult to produce something user coherent. Or a REALLY LONG article the user may not finish...

Writing and Content suggests a refined approach (one page, one topic) written for clarity, information, or entertainment. Stuffing 50 "topics" in a single article is a bit much.

timsoulo




msg:4399658
 9:57 am on Dec 20, 2011 (gmt 0)

yep.. ideally you should have a separate page for each key term.. the page should have unique readable content.. and the more - the better :)

that's why so many businesses start blogs these days :) to catch some longtail traffic :)

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