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27 Jun 11 5:14 am
Simply change the structure of each article. This will allow you to target a similar keyword but it will be entirely different content. As a note: it's best to target one keyword per article (title tag, meta description, tags, meta keywords, h1 tag). This doesn't mean you cannot add themed keywords or similar to the article because you should. But if you want to rank highly for each the chosen keywords then you should write an article for each of the unique keywords you want ranked for.
Changing the article structure:
build muscle fast - 5 things you should not do! - Write about what you "should not do" to build muscle mass fast.
how to build muscle fast - 10 unique methods. - ten methods to build muscle mass that only elite bodybuilders know about.
building muscle techniques - the best of the best - write an article about the best muscle building techniques available.
guide to building muscle - do's and don'ts. - Write a list of 5 do's and 5 don'ts in regards to building muscle.
guide to building muscle fast - common mistakes. - write an article about all the common mistakes made by newbies.
learn how to build muscle - gym vs home - whats better to build muscle, the gym or home gym? Write an article about the answer.
learn how to build muscle fast - workouts reviewed - review the best muscle building workouts and include your affiliate link.
You see by changing the structure: how to, lists, do's and don'ts, reviews, mistakes, etc. You can have target very closely related keywords with ease. Just do your research, use a structure, and it can be easy. Even if the keyword was exactly the same (not that you would want to do this for necessarily).
Hope this helps,