Ranking 2 keywords on the same page.
2014-10-21, 07:48 PM,
#1
Hello Elites,
I found 2 profitable keywords in the same niche, and I want to rank the 2 of them together on the same page.
Being a noob at SEO, I only know how to rank one keyword at a time, so, can anybody give me some tips on how to do this?
Thank you.
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2014-10-21, 08:29 PM,
#2
Is super simple - just include them both on the page. Mix them up in title, URL, meta description, H1, H2, H3, in the article, done.

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2014-10-22, 03:01 AM,
#3
(2014-10-21, 08:29 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote: Is super simple - just include them both on the page. Mix them up in title, URL, meta description, H1, H2, H3, in the article, done.
Let's say, we have this 2 keywords: how to lose weight, wieght loss.
Do you mean to use a keyword that contain both of the 2 others? or do you mean theme separatly, but together in the title, meta and description...?

Cause my keywords can't be put together in one keyword, it'll be grammatically incorrect.
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2014-10-22, 03:09 AM,
#4
(2014-10-22, 03:01 AM)Spiderman Wrote:
(2014-10-21, 08:29 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote: Is super simple - just include them both on the page. Mix them up in title, URL, meta description, H1, H2, H3, in the article, done.
Let's say, we have this 2 keywords: how to lose weight, wieght loss.
Do you mean to use a keyword that contain both of the 2 others? or do you mean theme separatly, but together in the title, meta and description...?

Cause my keywords can't be put together in one keyword, it'll be grammatically incorrect.

Separately bro. And no you don't need to include both keywords in title, description etc, I said to mix, put 1st in title, both in description, 2nd in H1 etc.

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2014-10-22, 03:11 AM,
#5
(2014-10-22, 03:09 AM)Night_Wolf Wrote:
(2014-10-22, 03:01 AM)Spiderman Wrote:
(2014-10-21, 08:29 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote: Is super simple - just include them both on the page. Mix them up in title, URL, meta description, H1, H2, H3, in the article, done.
Let's say, we have this 2 keywords: how to lose weight, wieght loss.
Do you mean to use a keyword that contain both of the 2 others? or do you mean theme separatly, but together in the title, meta and description...?

Cause my keywords can't be put together in one keyword, it'll be grammatically incorrect.

Separately bro. And no you don't need to include both keywords in title, description etc, I said to mix, put 1st in title, both in description, 2nd in H1 etc.
Ok, so you mean, in our example:
how to lose weight in the title, wieght loss in H1, both in description and text and ect.
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2014-10-22, 03:16 AM,
#6
if you really want to rank both keywords then make seperate pages/articles for each. The results will be a lot better. Plus off site SEO will be more organized and focused.
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2014-10-22, 03:35 AM,
#7
(2014-10-22, 03:11 AM)Spiderman Wrote:
(2014-10-22, 03:09 AM)Night_Wolf Wrote:
(2014-10-22, 03:01 AM)Spiderman Wrote:
(2014-10-21, 08:29 PM)Night_Wolf Wrote: Is super simple - just include them both on the page. Mix them up in title, URL, meta description, H1, H2, H3, in the article, done.
Let's say, we have this 2 keywords: how to lose weight, wieght loss.
Do you mean to use a keyword that contain both of the 2 others? or do you mean theme separatly, but together in the title, meta and description...?

Cause my keywords can't be put together in one keyword, it'll be grammatically incorrect.

Separately bro. And no you don't need to include both keywords in title, description etc, I said to mix, put 1st in title, both in description, 2nd in H1 etc.
Ok, so you mean, in our example:
how to lose weight in the title, wieght loss in H1, both in description and text and ect.
You got it, plus you really avoid over optimization stuff.

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2014-10-22, 04:08 AM, (This post was last modified: 2014-10-22, 04:09 AM by Spiderman.)
#8
(2014-10-22, 03:35 AM)Night_Wolf Wrote: You got it, plus you really avoid over optimization stuff.
Thanks bro, one last question if you don't mind:
Does mixing 2 keywords give the same result as creating 2 pages for each keyword in the same website?
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2014-10-22, 01:39 PM,
#9
(2014-10-22, 04:08 AM)Spiderman Wrote:
(2014-10-22, 03:35 AM)Night_Wolf Wrote: You got it, plus you really avoid over optimization stuff.
Thanks bro, one last question if you don't mind:
Does mixing 2 keywords give the same result as creating 2 pages for each keyword in the same website?

Yes is the same. Google doesn't rank you for every little specific keyword, one by one, it ranks you for the overall topic, that's how you are able to rank for even dozens of keywords all on the same page. Making a new page for each keyword is very oldschool, there is no need to do that. Have you ever typed few keywords on Google and saw same page ranking? That's what I'm talking about.

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