JohnRoy - 5:19 pm on Oct 24, 2012 (gmt 0)
In another thread about keyword stuffing (over-optimization) Tedster stated that
keyword spam detection will end up DIFFERENT for specific keyword phrases (certain markets and website taxonomies.) So the stuffing threshold will be set by a statistical values that are seen across a large number of sites in any given niche.
Articles will see a very different threshold than point-of-sale pages.
While watching an ecommerce site' blog it appears to me that not only entire markets or niches are treated differently, but even in the same site and in the same content data pool, there's a difference in ranking for keywords that have no cash value and are informational only vs keywords that have both, information and money.
(Getting the best out of your widget VS How to find cute little widgets)
Needles to say that in overall the content is 90% unique for all keywords; same bounce rate; no ads on any page; content for all keywords treated the same way etc.
...and yet, the information/no money keywords perform well (overranking Google's Wikipedia/eHow) while the other money/information keywords don't rank as well.
Am I right?
If yes - what might be the solution?