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Yankee Doodle Widget
The All-American Approach...
Andy217

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Msg#: 773 posted 10:03 am on Sep 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

Greetings,

I used Wordtracker, Google Adwords, and the Overture suggestion tool to research my keywords. Right now, my plan is to create 50 pages, one for each of the 50 states, to describe my widgets. Keywords like "Alabama Widgets" seem to be a great starting place.

The problem lies herein. There are only so many ways to describe my widgets, and I don't want to be banned by the search engines for looking spammy or having duplicate looking pages. What's the best approach to take when planning my all-american angle?

As always, thanks for any help and insight! :)

 

agerhart

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Msg#: 773 posted 12:38 pm on Sep 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

>>>>I don't want to be banned by the search engines for looking spammy or having duplicate looking pages.

Unless the 50 pages, or 50 sites in other cases, are going to be 100% identical, you should be fine. Mix it up a bit...spread the geographic terms/states in the copy, headings, titles, etc., etc.

Andy217

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 773 posted 1:54 pm on Sep 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the info, Agerhart! That was the answer I was hoping I'd get. :)

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