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While researching for keywords/keyphrases, I found myself typing many phrases with the same word in them. For example: widget parts, used widgets, new widgets, buy widgets and so on.
What I want to know is if this is considered as spamming for the keyword "widget".
Thank you for your attention!
[edited by: mona at 3:16 pm (utc) on June 18, 2005]
[edit reason] no specific keywords, thx! [/edit]
My page about cars has these keyphrases in the keywords meta-tag: car parts, used cars, new cars, buy cars, old cars, used car parts, car rental, car insurance...
Is this considered as spamming? I mean using the word "car" so many times, even when in keyphrases.
This way you can really focus in on specific content on each page. If you follow these guidelines, you will not even have to worry about spamming.
auto used new widget widgets part parts
with no comma's...Not 100% sure that will do that trick though..any ideas?
I mean autos, automobiles, singular vs plural and other ways to avoid excess repetition.
I wouldn't use 'horseless carriages' unless you deal with antique cars of course.
One wonderful trick is to find a trusted friend who is well read, literate, and just good with words.
Bribe that person with a few good beers (not Bud or Coors) and ask for help.
Explain possible penalties for repeated keywords.
There is no telling what other flaws he/she might turn up! Good luck -Larry