Joined: 04 Oct 10
15 Oct 12 6:19 pm
I always just do my own thing and put in the keywords that I an aiming for because that is what is in my articles. you mentioned that the metaname description only said "content" since you are dealing with your site only worry about your description it doesn't matter what the other site says because his articles may be a bit different then yours.
Same with the keyword saying content, his keywords might not work in the mix of what is in the articles on your page so read your article and figure out where to use your target keywords and make your articles the best you can and make the most sense as they can. I have found that if everything you do is quality it will get to the top of a search faster and will more then likely stay there whenever google or any other search engine tweaks there systems. So think about quality first, what you would be looking for if you were looking for what you are promoting,
I normally put my articles together with specific things in mind and often go back and work my keyword phrase into it but I will only use it a few times and make sure it makes sense as far as where it is in relation to the sentence and the paragraph. I think in most of my articles I don't use my main keyword more then 4 or 5 times in a 1000 word article.
Now sometimes depending on your article it could be way over just because of the topic. For example if you have a cooking site and you are doing an article on making chicken soup because you will be describing how to make chicken soup you may have to use that term 15 or 20 times in the article and it wouldn't be stuffing because it is a term that needs to be used often.
So read your articles and see if they make the most sense that they can for the subject you are writing about. If you know what your keywords are see if they fit well in the article. Your home page will have a lot of keywords because you can put in keywords that will show up on all your sites pages, but each page should have it's own keyword or group of keywords that all relate to each other and those are the words that you use in your meta keyword tag and do your meta description based on the article on each page.