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Best SEO Practice for Large Pages

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Msg#: 4549563 posted 7:36 pm on Feb 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

This has been asked before as I've read it but can not find it anymore so...

I'm adding content to a site and do not want to trigger anymore penalties. I guess this one would fall under targeting multiple keywords under a similar topic.

Ok, I have a a really long article and believe it would be best for the reader to break it up into 3-5 pages each covering a different subset of the same topic. The article would just be way too long to put onto one page for usability purposes.

What type of SEO titles should I be using as to not trigger any keyword over opt. penalty? I've seen some sites just use the same keyword for all 5 pages but in reality if someone searches the topic they would probably get sent to the first page and have to scroll through 5 pages to find the exact topic they want. Is there a thread floating around for 2013's best practice?


Andy Langton

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Msg#: 4549563 posted 8:15 pm on Feb 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

Here's the library thread on the subject:

Article Pagination: Actions that Improved Google Search Traffic

Of course, there's also rel=next and rel=prev to take into account:

In terms of best practice for 2013, let's see if we can determine that here :)

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