Question: , if we use key words of Quarter horse, Andulusian horse, spanish horse and Azteca horse since we sell all these types would this cause us to be viewed badly in Google like we are repetitively using horse key word in a bad way, do you have another suggestion maybe we pick just one?
Answer: This is where your helpers come in. For the JM Internet group, our targets are SEO, SEO Training, SEO Class, SEO Course and related sorts of words. But as we blog and build out the website, we are constantly mixing these ‘core keywords’ with all sorts of other helper words. You want a lot of website content, and you want that content to have high density about your keywords. So think news, think blog posts, think product pages, think a page for every individual horse with a name, a description, etc. And then the repetition of your target core keywords will actually work for you.
Google rewards big websites with lots of content over websites that are very small with very few pages. So beefing up your content with lots of variations will actually help you, and so will the ’embedded’ keyword repetition!
Definitely do NOT just pick one of the horse types. If you sell all three, you want all three on your website plus any and all variations of the horse types. Just looking at Andalusian and related searches, Google gives us –
1. arabian horse 2. friesian horse 3. fresian horse 4. appaloosa horse 5. quarter horse 1. lusitano horse 2. horse breeds 3. azteca horse 4. morgan horse 5. freisian horse 1. andalusian horse for sale 2. andalusian horse pictures 3. black andalusian horse 4. andalusian horse photos 5. andalusian horse info 1. lipizzaner 2. paso fino 3. dressage 4. horsetopia 5. shetland pony
Some of those may be irrelevant, of course. Wikipedia points this out – The Andalusian, also known as the Pure Spanish Horse or PRE (Pura Raza Espa
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