how to optimize 2 slightly different keywords in one article?

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Hi, lets say we have 2 kinds of keywords:
- cheap blue shirt
- blue cheap shirt

if I want to optimize one article with this 2 kinds of keywords, how to do this??? to make my page show up with this 2 keywords....?/

Another slightly different case, it's like:
warriorforum
warrior forum

how can I make a highly optimized article that will show up for 2 keywords that has slightly difference?

thx
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  • Profile picture of the author John Williamson
    Just use each of them multiple times in the article...
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    • Originally Posted by John Williamson View Post

      Just use each of them multiple times in the article...
      This is spot on. Try to get your keyword density to around 3% or so for each phrase. That's it.
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  • Profile picture of the author OKFarmgirl
    That's what I was going to say. I also do the Title (H1 Header) like "Cheap Blue Shirts - Get Blue Shirts Cheap" - That sort of thing.
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    • Profile picture of the author jacked
      Originally Posted by OKFarmgirl View Post

      That's what I was going to say. I also do the Title (H1 Header) like "Cheap Blue Shirts - Get Blue Shirts Cheap" - That sort of thing.
      Ya thats great, and use both terms in the article and bold them each once if you want.
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    I suggest that you only use one keyword per article and then optimize them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Helphrey
    Its a lot easier to rank for one keyword term than two, but is still easy nevertheless.

    It helps to put both keyword phrases in the title and description. Also include them in various ALT images, header tags, bold, underline and italic. Link to another page with your keywords and also link to an authority site with the nofollow attribute.
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