by BIBI15
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hello warriors,

Currently i am writing new article, which is going to be one of the most detailed and big in my niche. More specifically top 10 competitors have top 20 list of plugins and i am going to publish article about top 30 (i can do more then that, but it doesn't make any sense to include bunch of unnecessary plugin). problems is that i have to figure out way i want to publish this content. article itself is more than 2500 words long, plus each plugin has it's own image. How do you think is it better to make 2 pages for this article? if i divide this article in to two pages will i loose any chance to rank on 1st position?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMizOne
    Make it one page, why do you want to dive it into two? That way you'll have to rank two separate URLs.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Make it 30 pages, use a silo structure and the main page will benefit quite a bit, SEO-wise.
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      • Profile picture of the author patco
        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        Make it 30 pages, use a silo structure and the main page will benefit quite a bit, SEO-wise.
        I would also use this strategy if it is just a blog! For a money-site I could do it in one page and then create 30+ other pages (or whatever number it is!) and be as descriptive as I can for each plugin!
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  • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
    can somebody explain me what silo structure means? the website which is ranked on 1 position has 800 word article on first page and another 800 on second page. trust me those plugins are so simple, I can't write 800 word long post for each plugin to beat this site. because you have suggested me to create 30+ different pages for each plugin.
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  • Profile picture of the author richasharma
    Some of the SEO strategies that must be applied to your websites to increase its visibility are:
    1. Always write for the audience, not for the search engine.
    2. Never over flood your content with keywords, try to use in a particular ratio.
    3. Generate backlinks.
    4. Guest posting in high ranking sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

    More specifically top 10 competitors have top 20 list of plugins and i am going to publish article about top 30 (i can do more then that, but it doesn't make any sense to include bunch of unnecessary plugin).
    Usually these "top 10" articles are quite useless from this point of view. All you need is one good plugin for some specific use, and writing a solid top ten seems to be very hard. It's pretty rare to have even five competing plugins that are worth considering.

    If you're listing niche-specific tools... Well, maybe in that case, but 20 or 30 is going to be a stretch. Usually those articles are just a bunch of lazy copypasta from plugin pages or poorly written, unhelpful and generic descriptions. I'd rather concentrate on writing a solid piece on a handful of plugins.

    Are you really able to write something useful about 30 plugins? Have you tested them extensively? Or even installed them? Can you provide some insight on them?
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  • Profile picture of the author BIBI15
    i understand what you have suggested to me. At this point i was just wondering how to show this post to my reader in right way. WP theme i am using right now has smart list option which creates separate page for each list. But now i have found article by Brian Dean about SEO Tools: The Complete List (153 Tools Reviewed and Rated), where he posted article on one page and didn't separate it on individual pages. i think it's better to create on page and include everything on it. like this :http://backlinko.com/seo-tools
    what do you think?
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  • Profile picture of the author mariajerek
    Originally Posted by BIBI15 View Post

    hello warriors,

    Currently i am writing new article, which is going to be one of the most detailed and big in my niche. More specifically top 10 competitors have top 20 list of plugins and i am going to publish article about top 30 (i can do more then that, but it doesn't make any sense to include bunch of unnecessary plugin). problems is that i have to figure out way i want to publish this content. article itself is more than 2500 words long, plus each plugin has it's own image. How do you think is it better to make 2 pages for this article? if i divide this article in to two pages will i loose any chance to rank on 1st position?
    Post your article with single page and don't use that content on other sites. And if you have a article section in your website then its better to post that content on your website instead of other site.

    Keep focus on quality not quantity...
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  • Profile picture of the author shazim00
    Use new traffic keyword check semrush through and on page optimizations and then off page optimizations with 100% unique content.
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