01 Jun 09
28 Jul 09 10:15 am
In my "past life" I was briefly a ghostwriter and linkbuilder for an internet marketer with quite a number of websites and what he had me do was write articles around 2 keywords everyday, that is, one keyword = one article, for each website. Then on the same day I rewrote each article two times so that there were 3 "unique" articles per keyword. The best of the 3 article versions was posted on his corresponding website, the second best on ezinearticles, and the third to other directories. After ezinearticles approval, all three articles were spun on AMA. Then, for each of his websites, he had me post 2 comments a day on blogs. And I also had to do 2 Yahoo answers every week for each of his websites.
I'm not saying that you should do the same; I'm just giving it as an example of what you could do. To be honest, that pace wore me out so I bailed out fast even if the pay was really good. But then he had quite a number of sites, so......oh, well, at least I learned what they mean about writer's block. I used to think that I could always write about anything forever.
To get back to the subject on hand, I believe it would be better if you do articles on all of your 25 + 5 keywords instead of just concentrating on a fraction so that if for some reason some keywords do not convert very well, then you have more keywords/articles to fall back on. I would say that you could do them in rotation so that they get equal numbers of articles.