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I have lot of keywords due to dire need, will it be treated as stuffing?

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Msg#: 4039250 posted 7:00 am on Dec 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi, In my website, in a particular page I have very high keyword density due to dire need. I am using the keyword "<specific product>" in all <specific product> titles which are links to concerned <specific product>. Since this is a dire need I have to use it.

Now will it be treated as keyword stuffing? Please some one help?

[edited by: Receptional_Andy at 9:10 am (utc) on Dec. 1, 2009]
[edit reason] No specific keywords, please, see charter [/edit]



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Msg#: 4039250 posted 12:51 pm on Dec 1, 2009 (gmt 0)

80% it may be tread as keyword stuffing but it can be avoided by increasing the content of your page.



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Msg#: 4039250 posted 7:16 am on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

I have a hard time believing that you have a dire need to do this. There are always ways to avoid this. There is a good chance humans will think this is spammy too and leave. A website should not be cluttered.


Msg#: 4039250 posted 8:11 pm on Feb 12, 2010 (gmt 0)

I agree ... I recently helped a client index their site and they did something similar. It basically flagged the whole site for "duplicate content" since there wasnt enough unqiue content on the site.

Its not easy with eCommerce sites to vary their keywords especially when its brand/product focused so simply ensure your not mirroring your product pages and add good content.

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