06 Jan 10 8:38 pm
Isn't writing an article for each keyword content overkill?
Is it possible to overkill content on a website just so that one has a lot of pages filled up with key words to click around on? As a person who's been browsing the web for as long as anyone here, I find that sometimes less is more, but maybe that is my personal preference. Anyway, I think websites look a bit ridiculous when they are visually appealing, but repeat the same thing over and over, but with slightly different wording. In Mark's Blogger bootcamp, lots of content works well because of the variety of flight simulator aircraft that are available, but that is not always the case.
Check it out: Say I am promoting a do-it-yourself mole removal program and select these keywords:
cosmetic mole removal, dermatology mole removal, face mole removal, facial mole removal, home mole removal, mole removal, mole removal skin, mole removal treatment, mole remover, mole wart removal, moles removal, natural mole removal, removal of mole, removal of moles, skin moles removal.
In practice, I should be writing a post/page for every keyword and then creating backlinks for each one. Makes sense. But, I find it a bit ridiculous to write tons of content about basically the exact same thing. On the other hand, I don't know the psychology of a person who is ready to buy the product. Yet, I think people are quite savvy consumers and might get turned off. Personally, I think it looks a bit goofy to write over ten pages of content about removing a mole. Throw in the sales calls to action, and it makes it look like you are over selling something--hard.
So, should I be writing over and over on the same thing, making it look a little different? Or should we be getting articles together about dermatology and throwing the keywords in to satisfy the googlebot? I'm curious because I don't have the funds to hire elance to write yet and I'm about to go mad writing. By the way, the product I'm promoting is not the mole removal at home kit, but it looks like it might have promise.