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How can we use Google AdWords Keyword Suggestions to write content?
A content that ranks well.

 9:54 am on Jan 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

I don't know if this angle was discussed before.

We know, just the repetitive usage of keywords in content to achieve a good KD doesn't work as well as pre-Florida. We need to write content targeted at a keyword, yet not make the content look obvious for fear of OOP (if that thing still exists).

Now we may try and use associated terms related to the main keyword we intend to rank high. "City+Hotel" can have "City+Accommodation", "City+Lodging", and many other related terms which need not even include the search terms. Now question is which associated terms Google considers as "Associated" in its algorithm. We may look to its "Google AdWords Keyword Suggestions" and type in the main keyword and see what Google gives as associated/relevant. Include quite a good no. of them in the content page to make the page COMPLETE in Google's eyes.

I noticed a few sites that ranked well for a competitive phrase, inspite being low on PR and low on KD. But they have a good no. of associated terms as given by Google keyword tool. I haven't tried it out yet and wanted to see if someone has already given a try.



 9:36 pm on Jan 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

Write good copy that people will want to read. Then link the tar out of it with the anchor text as the kw's and move on to the next page.


 9:44 pm on Jan 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

Link the tar out of it? Typo or a phrase I'm not familiar with?


 10:14 pm on Jan 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

Link the tar out of it

Its still all about the links - good content doesn't make a site rank better, it just makes it easier to get links.


 4:40 pm on Jan 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

Does "link the tar out of it" refer to internal or external links (or both). IE do you mean link your sentence about bowling to the bowling page on your site?


 5:05 pm on Jan 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

"Link the tar out of it" appears to be a Google whack - nice one Brett ;)

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