joined:Apr 19, 2011
So basically my site is about product reviews with a specific type of parameter that defines them from others. Imagine I only review widgets in Seattle and target keywords with "widgets in Seattle" so they'll appear in my post title always. Now imagine my site is WidgetsInSeattle.com and the site KW shows up at the end of each title tag.
So obviously most of my posts would be optimized with "The 5 Best Organic Widgets In Seattle" but with my URL keywords on the right showing up, it looks like ""The 5 Best Organic Widgets In Seattle - Widgets In Seattle"
This is obviously kind of silly and looks crappy and I don't want it to look like I'm keyword stuffing and I don't want to over optimize my site.
What's the best course of action here? Most of my articles will contain the keyword "Widgets In Seattle" because that's the focus on the site.
Which is the best option?
1. Remove the Widgets In Seattle (name of site) from the title bar completely and ONLY have the article title.
2. Change it from Widgets In Seattle to WidgetsInSeattle.com so it's more "branded" and not a full keyword.
I feel like removing the site title completely is the best one. WidgetsInSeattle just eats up space and doesn't do much.
Thanks for the help.