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Total newbie question about keywords!! Pls enlighten me!

alizjkrocks
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Total newbie question about keywords!! Pls enlighten me!

I'm still quite confused about those keywords, articles, webpage and how they all fit together..

But what I came to understand is, PLEASEEEE correct me if I'm wrong..

Am I right to say, for each keyword/keyphrase, 1 article goes with it.

and in each webpage, are a couple of keyword/keyphrase and articles that goes with it.

am I right guys?

So the whole point is.. I choose my niche, do keyword/keyphrase research, pick the best one, and put an article based on that keyword/keyphrase.. and put up a website for somemore keywords/keyphrase that are relevant to the niche i chose..

yes??

p.s keyword and keyphrase are basically the same thing right..?

thanks,
very confused sleepy guy..

and mr crowley is not helping.
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Hi darkclaw3000,

darkclaw3000 wrote:Am I right to say, for each keyword/keyphrase, 1 article goes with it.

and in each webpage, are a couple of keyword/keyphrase and articles that goes with it.

am I right guys?

Yes, this is correct.

darkclaw3000 wrote:p.s keyword and keyphrase are basically the same thing right..?

Jup, its meaning the same.

darkclaw3000 wrote:So the whole point is.. I choose my niche, do keyword/keyphrase research, pick the best one, and put an article based on that keyword/keyphrase.. and put up a website for somemore keywords/keyphrase that are relevant to the niche i chose..

yes??

Mark recommends to have at least 25-30 keywords. You write one article for every keyword and you end up with a website of 30 articles. The best keywords are those, which have a buyer intention (buy dog training guide) or are crisis keywords (lose belly fat fast) and a decent monthly search volume (more than 1000). Hope that helps.

Regards,
Waldemar
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sonitin
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Yes you are almost there.

Pick one niche -> Find keyword for it -> get articles for each keyword -> put them on your website as pages.

Shout for more help :D
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finally....... everything is so clear!!!!!!!!!!!! thx plutonium and sonitin!!
i will shout for more help! =D
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jabshire
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I have another couple of questions on this topic as I am also new.

Sooo..each keyword will have its own article....and each article will have its own page...correct??

What I am understanding is that we have a bunch of different keywords and articles related to those keywords and the goal is to be able to get a good ranking for each individual page? so that you can benefit from having many smaller less competitive keywords bringing in a little traffic each that ultimately adds up to a larger amount of traffic collectively rather than trying to rank for highly competitive keywords that would in theory bring in lots of traffic but would be much more difficult.....

Is that correct???

Thanks..your help is much appreciated.

Jason
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you got it right Jason.

Plutonium, Mark went and changed the keyword research for AJP, so its not the 1k monthly rule anymore. and he went with 20 pages to begin with rather than 30.. times are a changin...
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plutonium
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Yes, James you're right. I still try to get keywords with a monthly search volume of minimum 1000. At least for the most of my keywords...

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Waldemar
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teamrama
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plutonium wrote:Hi darkclaw3000,

darkclaw3000 wrote:Am I right to say, for each keyword/keyphrase, 1 article goes with it.

and in each webpage, are a couple of keyword/keyphrase and articles that goes with it.

am I right guys?

Yes, this is correct.

Just a follow up question...so in every single article...must it have links pointing directly to the affiliate link of the product you're promoting?
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sonitin
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Well if do it in every article then it will look pretty sales letter type. Your links should be placed appropriately where they make sense. Don't over do it but sprinkle a reasonable amount judiciously.
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The best layout for me has been one or two text links and one image link. It is the layout Mark teaches on all of his training programs, and after having tested several others I have to agree that it converts the best.
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schultz
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Complete Jetpack Newbie here, still trying to get my arms around everything.
Regarding keywords, should you limit each article to one keyword or can you have several keywords in each article?
Also, do you list the keywords in wordpress or anywhere?
Thanks,
Herb
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Schultz, I recommend that you go through the training videos and the Jetpack forum, every one of your questions has been answered in high detail in those. You should only target one keyword per article, there are many reasons for this which Mark covered in several of the videos.

what do you mean by list the keywords in wordpress? if you are talking about the meta tags, use the all in one seo plugin. Mark showed how to use the plug in in the bootcamp videos which can be found in the members area.
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schultz
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James, thanks. I have gone thru most of the training but must have missed it. Will go thru again.
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One keyword is the key. However a key word depending on the niche could be a phrase. Some niches are saturated and in order for you to make it in a niche your keywords may have 3-4 words in one sentence. Just make sure that phrase is already monetizing and there is big enough market for it. The videos will help.
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Hi Schultz,

The lessons on keywords and creating your articles can be found on this page:
http://www.affilorama.com/affilojetpack ... ing-part-1

Make sure to also choose keywords that will target potential buyers. These would include product/author names, crisis keywords (stop, repair, fix, crisis, save, prevent, or rescue) and how to keywords (how to, learn, lessons, tips, DIY, make, or build).

All the best!

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