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Do These Keywords Fit My Website's Niche?

dmcqpu
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Do These Keywords Fit My Website's Niche?

I'm in the language learning niche and I have a learn spanish section. Should I included keywords like the following in that section?

list of spanish speaking countries

I don't know if this is relevant enough to be featured on my website. What do you think?
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maryt
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I think that would be a good addition to your web content. You may also include several important details to it like the difference in Spanish language (spoken or written) for these countries (if there is any) or perhaps other spoken languages aside from Spanish, which you may also provide a link to your other pages containing more information for that language.
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kallayprasanth05
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You may also include keywords related to other languages like Latin, French and Italian that belong to the same group as Spanish does. This gives the visitors an idea about the philological significance of Spanish.
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endy daniyanto
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I think 'list of spanish speaking countries' is related to your niche. BUT I think it has a very low commercial intent.

Unless you can link that keyword to another post or page you have with high commercial intent, I would not put much effort in making content for this keyword.

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mark schaaf
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I personally think adding the countries names won't really do anything, if your site is selling multiple languages then you should have a separate page for each language and use that language keyword through out the article to describe how much fun and how easy it is to learn. I have a language section on my travel site and get a lot of clicks and think it is more important for them to know how fun and easy it is to learn rather then where they can use the language.
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gina.broom
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Hey guys, just letting you know I've created a post on keyword research here: post124185.html#p124185

Might help with getting your head around questions like this. :)
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antwerp203
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That's actually a great idea. But I would also recommend that you use a keyword search tool so you'll be able to find out if the keywords you are using a effective or not...:)
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kateorangefirst
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dmcqpu wrote:I'm in the language learning niche and I have a learn spanish section. Should I included keywords like the following in that section?

list of spanish speaking countries

I don't know if this is relevant enough to be featured on my website. What do you think?

Yes, it might be good. And you should include the words of the Spanish culture.
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