Msg#: 4537078 posted 9:54 am on Jan 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I do a keyword research for a particular niche and I get a list of keywords. I assign the main one (highest search volume, the one that represents the whole niche best etc) to domain name, and pick the best / general keywords for category names. I then assign all the remaining keywords to these categories.
So, in general, I get something like a keyword tree - main domain name keyword, category name keywords, and the remaining keywords assigned to these categories (up to 3 word phrases only).
As soon as I have it done, I start writing posts, and I am wondering what would be the best / most effective way of distributing these keywords. I heard it is good to use one keyword per post...
Do I add category keywords to posts, if so how often. Do I use just one keyword per post, or more (for example 3 posts with category name keywords, and 7 with keywords assigned to these categories etc...)
[edited by: goodroi at 2:21 pm (utc) on Jan 18, 2013] [edit reason] Please no specifics [/edit]
Msg#: 4537078 posted 12:32 pm on Jan 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
Most effective way is to make it look natural and avoid forcing keywords. Hopefully I am wrong but I have a feeling that you are looking for a simple shortcut like the ones that used to exist years ago but no longer work in Google.
Here are some ways I approach content and keywords: -Each page should only be about one idea/concept. -Don't focus on keyword density, think about supporting synonyms -Usability matters -Readability matters -Don't settle for just unique content, you want valuable content -Siloing can be a good concept but in the extreme is bad -It can help to lighten up the header & sidebar in Wordpress