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February 6, 2004, 5:25 pm
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The general advice I have gotten from the newsgroup is to emphasize
one keyword or phrase per page, repeat it throughout the text, use H3
tags, put it in the alt for graphics, use it in bold and in italics,
etc. But what if there are 4 or 5 keywords or phrases that describe
Specifically if I have a web site that offers "Service A" and there
seems to be multiple keywords or terms to describe "Service A", how do
I incorporated this into my web site?
Should I do a page for each keyword, or pack them all on one page?
Another more complicated example invloves the same topic A but for
different states. Since each state's laws are different and I offer a
service for most states, do I need a page per state packed with all of
the keywords applicable to that state's service, or do I need a page
per state emphasizing just one keyword, such as one page for each of
Texas & alcohol and drug abuse
Texas driving while intoxicated
and the same for Florida, California, Virginia, etc?
By the way, the example using Texas is truncated. Most of my services
have 6 or more synonyms per state.
Re: How Do I Handle Synonyms or Multiple Keywords?
I am relatively new to the seo area. I did not mean to advocate for
using the h3 tags this way or exclusively. This was simply some
advice I had gotten off this newsgroup.
Sorry for the confusion, but please don't let this sidetrack your
creativity in answering my original post.
The above statement was made to illustrate using one keyword or
phrase. If I am wrong about the h3 tag, I apologize.
Still I am interested in finding out how everyone handles
Thanks for your interest and post.