A Few Questions on Content Keyword Maximization

Last Update: September 24, 2018

I was wondering when writing a post focusing on a certain keyword is it smart to incoorporate other keywords you're using that are similar to the one you're targeting in the content paragraphs. For instance, if my first post is focusing on college dorm room decorations, would it be smart to sprinkle different iterations such as dorm room decor, guys dorm room decor, best dorm room decor, etc., which I've found to all be very strong keywords as well??? I want to know how to maximize SEO and was wondering if that is one way to do it? Please let me if anyone has any answer.

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gregturner6 Premium
Honestly, if anyone is well-versed at content creation could you please comment your phone number? I have a few questions I'd love to run by you. Thanks.
HelenpDoyle Premium
Greg, don't sound like you are forcing a keyword. If any of your examples can be slotted into your content as 'natural' writing that is great. Similar keywords are fine as long as you don't look like you are keyword stuffing. Don't let them become almost the same.

Here is a link to a blog I did. It might help you.
JKulk1 Premium
It's better to use the new keyword in an other blog. To many keywords will look like spam to Google. Jim
HelenpDoyle Premium
Jim, no matter how you look at it all words are keywords! It's just some are way better than others.