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Hello Everyone,

I wanted to ask you all that if I create a blog and start posting entries to my blog, each entry containing an average of 350 words with 6 hyperlinked keywords. Will it be considered as keyword stuffing ?

Check this out guys. Do you think I have placed keywords properly ?

facebook-iphon-apps(dot)blogspot(dot)com
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  • Profile picture of the author OvaisAhsan
    Originally Posted by Anakincaden View Post

    Hello Everyone,

    I wanted to ask you all that if I create a blog and start posting entries to my blog, each entry containing an average of 350 words with 6 hyperlinked keywords. Will it be considered as keyword stuffing ?

    Check this out guys. Do you think I have placed keywords properly ?

    facebook-iphon-apps(dot)blogspot(dot)com

    With the amount of content your pages have (350 words) and the anchor texts you are optimizing, it is not keyword stuffing, but yes, it can be considered as 'over-optimization'.

    Google is crazy about unique content and also considers the length of content in a web page.

    Tip: try to add more relevant content (600-700 words each page) and then optimize your anchor texts.This would help make things natural to Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author WilliamBlah
    Originally Posted by Anakincaden View Post

    Hello Everyone,

    I wanted to ask you all that if I create a blog and start posting entries to my blog, each entry containing an average of 350 words with 6 hyperlinked keywords. Will it be considered as keyword stuffing ?

    Check this out guys. Do you think I have placed keywords properly ?

    facebook-iphon-apps(dot)blogspot(dot)com
    I took a look at the site and there isn't much point in doing what you are doing. You have around 50 or so outbound links pointing to the same domain, with lots of the links pointing at the same URL.

    If your aim is purely to pass link juice to your site, realise the following is roughly correct.

    The way you do it:

    Link juice of blogspot site = 100
    Outbound links = 50
    Juice per link = 100/50 = 2
    Outbound links pointing at domain = 40
    Total juice set to domain = 40 x 2 = 80

    A safer way to do it:

    Link juice of blogspot site = 100
    Outbound links = 10
    Juice per link = 100/10 = 10
    Outbound links pointing at domain = 8
    Total juice set to domain = 10 x 8 = 80

    I hope you understand what I'm saying above. Essentially the "link juice" will be split among your links, so there is little point in having so many.

    Regards
    Will
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  • Profile picture of the author clean99
    Looks alright, just don't go over 3% for your keywords. I usually keep it around 1.5%-2% and never had a problem
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    I looked at your site & it looks spammy the way your building all those in article external links, pointing at the same external page/url.

    I wouldn't go more than 2 external links for the amount of text you have, & defiantly not multiple keywords pointing at the same external page from your single article.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anakincaden
    Thanks alot everyone for your insightful complements. I will try and add more content to it, keeping keyword density in mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author hadden123
    Keyword stuffing is the practice of inserting a large number of keywords into Web content and meta tags in the attempt to artificially increase a page's ranking in search results and drive more traffic to the site. A keyword is a significant term that is relevant to the content in question.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnsonsmith
    Keyword stuffing makes your text often unreadable. Keyword stuffing often (really often) gets a page booted out of Google but it depends on the intent and the trust and authority of a site – and I’d think it would be diferent rules for different verticals (perhaps). Keyword stuffing is sloppy seo. Keyword stuffing is a bastian of useless seo companies.
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