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the <title> of the page and the heading (e.g. h1) should mention Stainless Steel Fork
link to a page that describes Blue Stainless Steel Forks and whose <title> should have this phrase, so even if the link is only "blue" the target page has "Stainless Steel Fork" in it
some business models just plain ain't built for organic searchthis is also a commentary on how pathetic search in its present form can be.
linking to each of those items hundreds or thousands of times on one page using the same descriptive phrase.The only place where hundreds or thousands of such links might be on one page, would possibly be a site map or, if the site were direct and accurate rather than evasive and oblique as recommended earlier in this thread, on an overall category page which lists all the products within a category.
[edited by: luckychucky at 5:01 pm (utc) on Dec 13, 2013]
[edited by: aakk9999 at 8:34 pm (utc) on Dec 13, 2013]
that in spider eyes it will just be a one page site
it's a gross and flippant oversimplification to assume the same descriptive phrase would just be repeated 100s or 1000s of times willy-nilly on each cloned page
linking to each of those items hundreds or thousands of times on one page using the same descriptive phrase.
it used to be you needed to do what you're thinkingyou notice Google giving top rank to your competitors who are still doing exactly that. Anyway, Im ranting again. Ill figure out just to what degree groups of several only_obliquely_described pages ought to be consolidated as lists under the main relevant keyword phrases which really do matter, as main headings. I get it. You gave me the answer I was trying to find by posting the question in the first place.
you notice Google giving top rank to your competitors who are still doing exactly that.