Does every topic in your in your post have to have a keyword or just the main title?

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DavidPadkin8 Premium
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Best in both.
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Glen B Premium
Great Question, You will want to have the whole post centered around a main keyword that you want to rank for. This is the most important part and what we do our research for.

We want to find a keyword that has low competition and a good amount of traffic. Jaxy is our tool to find this as taught in our training.

You can have other similar keywords throughout your post which complements the main keyword and is what is known as latent semantic indexing but don't get caught up in that.

Best to at first just get that post ranked for the main keyword you are after.

The object of each post would be to get a little traffic by ranking that post in the top 10 for it's keyword and the higher it is ranked the better your traffic will be.

Then you do as many posts as you can using different keywords which will each focus on it's own keyword.

The idea is to get many posts bringing in traffic.

More traffic = more sales.

This is why you will see in many of my posts that I tell people to create new posts as often as they can. If you can do one a day you will see tremendous results.

Hope this Helps,
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Gordon-D Premium
You should target a unique keyword for every post. It should appear in the title, in the first 100/140 words of the post and maybe once more during the post and then lastly nearer the end
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