Search engines use hundreds of factors to rank your blog posts in their directories. uContext uses a small subset of those same factors to find the best keywords and convert them into money-making affiliate links.
Today I’m going to discuss keywords saturation since its the most important factor all around. Too many keywords and search engines will think you’re trying too hard. Too few keywords and uContext won’t be able to create links. Not only that, but you’re much less likely to get the traffic from search engines you want.
So, what’s too much or too little? Unfortunately, knowing the answer to that question is not an exact science because search engines like Google and Bing won’t tell you their exact formula for ranking your website.
But, my recommendation is to pick one main keyword or phrase and 2 or 3 supporting keywords or phrases. For example, a main keyword might be “weight loss diets”. And, my supporting keywords might be “diet tips”, “low fat food”, and “weight loss recipes”. See how they all relate to each other?
The next task is to use them in your blog post. At minimum, you’ll want to use your main keyword in the title of your post. Also, use it in the first paragraph of your content, preferably in the first sentence. And, use it again in the last paragraph, preferably in the last sentence. To give it a little extra emphasis, I recommend bolding one use and italicizing the other.
And finally, use your related keywords throughout the body of your blog post. And, will all the keywords, don’t over-saturate your content. I recommend no more than once per paragraph. But, use your best judgement. Again, this isn’t an extact science.
Don’t forget about your human readers too! A good website is one that has enjoyable posts that entertain and/or inform. If visitors to your website find your content spammy and unreadable, they won’t stay long, might not ever come back, and are far less likely to click on your advertising links!
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