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ganderla

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Msg#: 4193387 posted 5:36 am on Aug 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

I am trying to understand something with keywords and articles and I was hoping for some clarification.

For example:

I have an article focused on little green widgets. There are also lots of searches for widget green little.

Should I also have an article focusing on widget green little as well to try and rank for the words in that order?

It would be the same article written differently of course, but with the exact dame information.

Any insight would be great.

 

Lapizuli

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Msg#: 4193387 posted 6:21 am on Aug 28, 2010 (gmt 0)

I'm assuming you're not already getting hits on the article from people searching for widget green little?

I wouldn't make it a separate article. I'd maybe put "widget green little" once in the article on little green widgets, but Google's getting good - they'll find ya anyway.

If it's too competitive, I would absolutely not make an article with the same information. Different article, yes. Organized differently, cheat sheet maybe, or with a different emphasis.

But as a user, I hate it when information is duplicated on the same site, or across sites - I don't have time to wade through pages of non-new information. If it's something I've already seen, I immediately click out of it and assume it's spam. I think search engines recognize those behaviors.

Hoople

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 4193387 posted 3:22 am on Aug 31, 2010 (gmt 0)

The recent Google Mayday update has made a reduction in the value of "long tail searches" like "widget green little". Some have seen a slight change, others more drastic.

Your time is best spent on become a better site for "green widgets". Try to work at continually improving your site's green widget content. Researching new keywords that relate to green widgets may have move value. A few queries in a thesaurus might give some new words as other ways to say green to use with widget.

Spend some time looking for new keyword areas that your competition may have overlooked. Use several free online tools and then combine the results to compare to your site.

impactbnd



 
Msg#: 4193387 posted 6:56 pm on Oct 1, 2010 (gmt 0)

I am trying to understand something with keywords and articles and I was hoping for some clarification.

For example:

I have an article focused on little green widgets. There are also lots of searches for widget green little.

Should I also have an article focusing on widget green little as well to try and rank for the words in that order?

It would be the same article written differently of course, but with the exact dame information.

Any insight would be great.


Too complex here.I would say this would be your target keyword "widget green little",I advise you to put at least one syllable on the keyword, widget(s) green little and then try to work it out in your article. You can do another writing about widget green little, but for the meantime just focus on the keyword widget(s) green little. Then submit it to article directories especially "Ezine". Hope this help. =D

Porsche



 
Msg#: 4193387 posted 3:38 pm on Dec 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi, new here but totally agree with impactbnd! Google will find you by breaking down the keywords individually as well, mainly make widgets plural also. Hope this helps

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