How to make my articles keyword rich...

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Hi everyone,

I am new(ish) to this bizz - and enjoying it tremendously.

Can I ask please for some help and advice re article marketing. I write many and am getting quite a few click through now (took a while mind).

However I tend to 'just' write my articles to the best of my ability - and then submit them. I keep reading I may be missing a trick - as maybe I am not using enough keywords to make my article SEO friendly. I do not research keywords - I just write and submit.

I keep hearing 'make your articles keyword rich ' but I can't find anyone anywhere that actually SHOWS you how to do this (sure a lot of people TELL you to do this - but for the newcomer- HOW do you literally do this)

Would anyone have any advice as to how I can squeeze even more mileage out of my articles using keywords/SEO.

Thank you one and all,

jenn x
#internet marketing #articles #keyword #make #rich
  • Profile picture of the author Andy Money
    Keep using the keyword in the writing. It's that simple. If the KW is dog walking just use it as much as possible (within reason). "Dog walking is a great way to socialize with other people who are into dog walking. If you are bored one day why not take your dog walking?"
    • Profile picture of the author Mary Gallivan

      Use your main keyword in the title of the article; first sentence; final paragraph and maybe only once or twice in the main body. Just don't overdo it.

      There's more to it than that though when you get into long tail keywords etc.

      Click on the search button in the forum as many posts have been written about keywords and you'll learn a lot from them.

      Best wishes

  • Profile picture of the author Premium Web Content
    It wouldn't hurt to use terms relevant to your main keywords, as well. Latent semantic indexing (LSI) is a system adopted by Google to determine the relevancy of a particular piece of content.

    If you will write your article yourself, you'll surely be able to incorporate LSI terms in the natural course of crafting your piece.

    But just to be sure, you can check out relevant terms through the tool provided by - A Keyword Map For the Whole Internet .

    - Johnny

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