Placing keywords in content. Getting results. How?

by usha chandrika 11 replies
Hi friends,

My friend is doing seo for a website. He has one technique, I will explain you what he is doing.

He is just placing every keyword in content . He is not doing any link building. For that only he got keywords in first page of google. Is this the right way? Is this a technique? I am totally get confused? For this only he is getting results, then why we do link building? why we wait for that much time to get results?
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  • Profile picture of the author MrMintyBluez
    Just remember, "Keyword Stuffing" is considered Spam to Google. Even if his website ranks now I bet the next Google Update smacks his site.
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    • Profile picture of the author hashtagalex
      Originally Posted by MrMintyBluez View Post

      Just remember, "Keyword Stuffing" is considered Spam to Google. Even if his website ranks now I bet the next Google Update smacks his site.
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      Keyword stuffing is a poor taste, my friend. Stay away from it!

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      • I've got a list 19 long tail keywords and 1 main keyword for an article I'm writing now (coffee break lol). The article will be about 1000 words and I will using the 19 long tail keywords maybe once or twice in the piece. All the keywords are variants of main keyword and gained from Long Tail Pro.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by MrMintyBluez View Post

      Just remember, "Keyword Stuffing" is considered Spam to Google. Even if his website ranks now I bet the next Google Update smacks his site.
      He did not say he was keyword stuffing. He just said he was using keywords in the content.

      OP, that can work for very weak terms and/or if the domain being used has a lot of authority already (because of good links).
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Well, the keywords should be in the content. Not in a spammy way, but as a part of the article or whatever there is on that particular page.

    If the site has some decent backlinks already, and there's not too much competition it's not that hard to rank on content only.
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  • Profile picture of the author FreedomBlogger
    As some people already said, keyword stuffing is not a smart thing to do - it is spammy!

    But if you are asking if On-Page SEO is enough to rank in the search results, the answer is Yes. You can optimize your content for the search engines (with keywords) - the right way, and rank in the search results with little to no link building. It is possible.

    You can use long tail keywords and rank for them very easily - and then just add up the numbers. If you want more organic traffic, simply publish more valuable content that is optimized for the search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author bluejeans
    Originally Posted by usha chandrika View Post

    Hi friends,

    My friend is doing seo for a website. He has one technique, I will explain you what he is doing.

    He is just placing every keyword in content . He is not doing any link building. For that only he got keywords in first page of google. Is this the right way? Is this a technique? I am totally get confused? For this only he is getting results, then why we do link building? why we wait for that much time to get results?
    If it's a new site, then it's natural to rank on keywords, for a short while at least. But this will not likely last for more than a few weeks, although I have seen some low competition niches show sites in serps with less than 5 backlinks for longer.

    If your friend is using domains that already have established backlinks and authority, then he must be achieving a balance of keywords that Google finds algorithmically natural at this time.

    As already mentioned, keyword stuffing is something that's liable to end with a devaluing of the site in natural search. Best avoided.
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  • Profile picture of the author mariajerek
    Well you can use LSI technique to do keyword optimization and keep focus on your keyword density on a webpage. Use synonyms of your targeted keywords and make sure that your targeted keyword should be in your H1 tag and page title. It will increase your keyword ranking on SERP.
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  • Profile picture of the author Engineer2Blogger
    Your supposed to put the keywords a few times within the article that will definitely help but if he is stuffing the crap out of the article then he'll get penalized soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shreyasingh
    Placing keywords in a content is a good strategy and it will get ranked in Google as well but for few days only till the keyword has been searched on it but later on it will get down quickly. So, don't do over stuffing of keyword. It is a spam and Google will penalize you.

    Put 1% to 3% keywords on your content and website then only a proper OFF Page can be done on it and it will get ranked as well. Use low competition keywords first.
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  • Profile picture of the author uday11
    I would say this is smart way to do a quick keyword research.

    And it depends, if you intentionally stuff keywords and looks shaddy, then you are not gonna ripe the fruits of it.

    But you do this smartly, when you write a blog or article, this thing will surely helps you out in ranking for the terms.

    As said by other fellows, its always NOT GONNA HELP, some instances it works.

    This worked for me, so I can tell from my experience.
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