Only one keyword?

by Challe77 4 replies
This might seem like a newbie question but that only because I am

When you are writing articles to be included in your site, is it best to have them based
only one 1 keyword but with variations?

For example:
best "registry" fix
windows "registry" checker
"registry" repair tool

On my site I have constructed articles based around maybe 5-6 keywords.
I did this because I thought I could catch people that searches for many different keywords.
But in doing so there are many articles that don´t feature my main keyword.
I´ve tried to rewrite them but I can´t insert my main keywords in many of them, i just reads wrong and unnatural.
So now only half of the articles features my main keyword.

Should I delete those articles, write new ones so that all my articles only focuses one 1-3 keywords?

#main internet marketing discussion forum #keyword
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  • Profile picture of the author Bob Monie
    When writing articles for any site, i would only concentrate on one keyword or phrase.

    You will never rank high for any of the keywords if you have 5 or 6.

    Write a seperate article for each keyword.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave.
      I mostly write around 2-3 main keywords and use them in a variation in the title if possible, so I can cover all of them.

      If you are concentrating only for 1 keyword, your article gets boring (if you always use the same phrases), that's why 2-3 keywords are better and more effective of course.

      By the way,
      best "registry" fix
      windows "registry" checker
      "registry" repair tool

      are 3 keywords/keyphrases. If you have meant "registry" as a keyword, than yes, use just one per article
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      • Profile picture of the author Frank Bruno
        What you want to do is take the root keyword and get a list of additional keywords based on root keyword.

        You want to write articles based on one variation of the root keyword and have the article LSI Rich (latent semantic indexing).

        You want to use your variation of a root keyword in the title of the article, somewhere in the first paragraph and somewhere in the last paragraph. And sprinkled throughout the body. More importantly though LSI throughout the body of the article.

        LSI words are basically words that are known to be connected to your keyword phrase.

        Like if your keyword with "spaghetti" LSI words would be like Alfredo spaghetti sauce, meatballs, linguine, spaghetti recipes, etc.

        That's just an example a real basic example.

        So basically take your core root keyword and come up with a list of variations of your root keyword.

        Write articles on variations of the root keyword.

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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Hatfield
    Put your main keyword in the title of the article and a few times in the body of the article.

    Then sprinkle 2 or 3 of the lesser traffic keywords throughout the article. Even mentioning the secondary keywords once in your article can many times get you ranked on the word.

    No need to write an article for each keyword.

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