I just had an idea how to get more traffic to my site

Last Update: February 27, 2016

In the training, Kyle tells us that a review for the niche we market is a good idea. It just came to me during the training, when one of the objectives at the end of the lesson was to research 10 new keywords to use in later posts.

I thought about that and wondered what I would right about for each keyword as I thought I would need new content for each keyword. It then hit me that for each keyword, even if they are saying the same thing, I am just going to write about it..

This is best explained with an example. My site is about reversing tooth decay naturally and I have been trying to chose the best keyword for a post, for instance, "heal tooth decay" or "cure tooth decay". But then I realised, that I could right a post for each keyword. Even if they have the same content and as long as you have written them differently, so google doesn't see multiple content, they would still be targeting that keyword that is being searched for. So, I will be doubling my traffic, or even greater.

What you do then is have a link on your post to your review page, and from there I have a link to another page that has affiliate links on it :)

I have been not sure as to what I need to do next but now I am so pumped since this idea came to me!!!!!

Here is a link to a review page that Kyle has made to give you a few ideas as to what you need to include in one. http://waystoavoidscamsonline.com/wealthy-affiliat...


I just sent Kyle a private message regarding this and I am going to write the response in here so other people can see it:


Kyle about 3 hours ago

I would not do both no, the reason being is that Google will likely rank you for both similar terms through their LSI (latent semantic index). Basically Google can understand "like" words and will rank your site appropriately, you are much better off targeting more unique keywords as it will lead to a wider range of coverage within search engines.

DavePaton 3 days ago

Hi Kyle. I have been thinking I could make similar posts on several keywords for my site, such as a post of cure tooth decay and heal tooth decay, but I asked a question as to whether I should do this and someone replied and said it sometimes turns people off, having several posts with similar content. What do you think of that. Should I put the keywords together in one post or have 2 similar posts that talk about each keyword?

Some more things I have learned from watching training videos.

I now have watched some more training that says that we should target at most, up to 20 different keywords, but similar to the topic, in a post by entering them as many times as possible, while still writing naturally. This needs to be done so google doesn't penalize you for keyword stuffing :)

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KatieMac Premium
I would be cautious of that Jovo has given you a good direction, also despite a different keyword it could be seen as duplicate content, when you have a good keyword do not just focus on that look for related keywords, link to other pages using this method to and have your content flow naturally, also look for long tailed keywords (phrases) add them to you images in alt tag/tag
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jvranjes Premium
Hi Dave, perhaps you might want to see this training:
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MHainsworth Premium
I think the best way to start learning about keywords is to pick one and concentrate on that and learn how the system works. As you become more familiar and proficient using the keyword tools and linking articles then more advanced techniques can be used such as multiple keywords, using headings etc.

So don't worry about some contradictions in advice it depends on where people are at in their own training. Your niche is quite specific so there will be lots of overlap to some extent anyway, keep linking the articles together so that Google sees them as all being about one theme, which will also build your authority and improve ranking for all of them.

Marie
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geraldkew Premium
Good thinking Dave, cheers!
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AngelBcn Premium
Hi Dave,
You can also use similar keywords in one post . What I do when I make a review is make a high keyword targeted post first and then link it to a page review with affiliate links. Your post wil rank quicker because it is free of any affiliate links and focused on 1 or more keywords. Then people who are interested will click on the link of you page and if you are lucky they will follow the affiliate link and buy the product.
Hope this helps :)
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NORZ Premium
I agree. Instead of doing 2 post in those not so different keyword. You can just do a single post on those 2 keywords and maybe you can just put it in the 1st paragraph of your post.
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DavePaton Premium
But I am using this checklist from Loes and it seems like to need to have one keyword per post
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NORZ Premium
I see, I haven't check on that yet. I'm maybe wrong bro. I can't argue with Loes. She's beyond godlike. :D Sorry about that.

Best of luck brother. :)

-Norz
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AngelBcn Premium
I have heard different things . I always use a few ones in one post and my posts seem to rank just fine with most of them but now you made me think and I found this post Read Kyle's answer... A bit confusing though as people don't seem to have the same perspective :/
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NORZ Premium
Now it really gets confusing. LOL! But I'll just follow what I think makes much more sense.
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AngelBcn Premium
I know right? A bit confusing I have to say... I have been working for months now using several keywords per post ( as advised by some expert members) and it works ok.
Not all my posts are doing well but I have some posts in the top 5 in Google and even 1 post on number 1 so I am not sure what to think ...
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DavePaton Premium
So you just include several keywords in each post Angélique, or what is it that you do?
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DavePaton Premium
Thanks Norz :)
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DavePaton Premium
I was thinking to have posts targeting a keyword, then they link to a page where I review the product I am promoting and the review page has a link to a page where you can buy. What do you think of this idea?
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AngelBcn Premium
Yes Dave. I include several keywords in one post and like I said it works fine for me until now and I know a lot of more 'experimented' people here at WA do the same but not everybody seems to agree on this and Kyle recommends 1 keyword per post , so I am not sure it is the right technique :/
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