How to rank multiple keywords

by kiwilx
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Hello there guys, I am looking to rank multiple keywords on a website

I wanted to ask something, to rank this multiple keywords shall I make each page for that keyword with a post or just a post on the main page is fine and then do link building for each article page/post using GSA and Senuke?

The keywords have around 400-5000 searches per month nobody using them



Also shall each article be pinged and indexed ( using index services) after making them ?

I am using wordpress,

Thanks a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author clean99
    If keywords have low competition then you can rank the same page for multiple keywords but if competition is medium to strong then create separate well optimized pages for each keyword.

    After you just build backlinks to them with whatever method you prefer, but I would suggest making manual quality links before blasting your site with lower PR senuke links.

    I don't usually ping new pages, I let Google find them eventually. You can index your pages fst by sending few bookmarks to those pages
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    • Profile picture of the author kiwilx
      Originally Posted by Russerg View Post

      If keywords have low competition then you can rank the same page for multiple keywords but if competition is medium to strong then create separate well optimized pages for each keyword.

      After you just build backlinks to them with whatever method you prefer, but I would suggest making manual quality links before blasting your site with lower PR senuke links.

      I don't usually ping new pages, I let Google find them eventually. You can index your pages fst by sending few bookmarks to those pages
      Thanks bud! so let´s say I build web 2.0 manually and then use senuke xcr to link to my money site for the keywords shall I use senuke put my link and just load all the keywords where senuke asks for keywords? About 40 keywords? Or just use like 10?

      Also for each page shall I use senuke too like the full mounty template and do some bookmarks for indexing?

      Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author clean99
    if you have that many keywords then you might want to make separate pages to rank for those. I would say each page should be optimized for maximum 3 main keywords and few long-tailed ones.

    well the way I do it, is I create manual links from high PR web 2.0s, articles, social bookmarks, document sharing sites and spread submissions for 1 week. Then for the next 2 weeks I use Ultimate Demon to send different kind of links everyday.

    After that I create high PR backlinks (usually private network links and guest blogging) and start creating tier 2 links to about 70-80% of tier 1 links, the week after I create tier 3 link with Fiverr and then week after I create tier 4 links with Fiverr (because these are high tier I don't really worry about link quality as much)

    If I have multiple strong competition keywords I run few campaigns like I described above.
    When it comes to ranking the same page for say 3 keywords I would vary my anchor text like this - 15% main kw anchor for each main kw, 20% long tailed kws and related kws for anchor text, 10% url anchor text and 15% random anchor text.

    How much links to send to each page will depend on the competition, don't over do it, send few links everyday to your pages and see the progress of those pages in Google, once they reach the desired position (which I assume is number 1), you can slow down on link building. From that point on just build few backlinks per week to maintain your position.

    Also remember that after you rank for biggest keywords, Google is likely to rank you for smaller kws as well without you doing any backlinking for those kws.
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    • Profile picture of the author onqdirector
      Having a separate page for each target keyword isnt a bad idea but as the number of kw's go up your content quality will likely go down as it will be hard to write enough high quality content for each page. I would focus on the ones with the easiest barrier to entry for ranking with the highest search volumes. Also considering which keywords are most likely to result in conversions should be considered. Dont necessarily target the highest volume keyword if a mid volume keyword will convert at twice the rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Kahuna SEO
    I would create a separate post for each keyword, and have a separate link building campaign for each of those pages. Also, and you are not going to like this, I would not make SENuke my main link building tool. There are plenty of threads here that should point you in the right direction....Backlinko and Yukon have both made some good points on how to get links. I recommend you use 2013 link building strategies and not things that used to work prior to Penguin/Panda. Is link building harder today than it was 2 years ago? Yeah, for sure. However, lots of lazy IM's have quit the business - great news for us who are willing to work hard, secure good links, be creative, etc.

    Sorry, went on a bit of a rant here but I hope I answered at least part of your question.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hansons
    Yes, you should create separate page as well, you can target 2 or 3 keywords per page, if the keyword is related to each other...

    Start slow link building per page it helps..you should use quality and relevant sites for better result I would say.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoace
    If your keywords are totally different then create a separate page for them.

    If they are relevant to each other, put all those keywords into a single post. Longer articles tend to rank better vs shorter articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author kiwilx
    thanks a lot guys, means a lot!
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