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    Nice helpful post, but i want to know if i am writing the content about website designing and some one had already written on the same topic, it may happens a few lines of mine is same as the previously written content. Then what will happen is my content considered as duplicate content or spam.

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    Make sure you write for your target audience/readers not for the search engines, because if your audience like your content then they will do the job for you and so the search engines will like you as well.

    And also have you guys fall on catchy headlines? Very effective right? We can see plenty of it that already created a buzz on social media.

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    Thanks you guys for sharing such a very useful information.and i strongly believe this post help me and my other forum friends.

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    SEO content should be unique, information and should have relevant keywords in it that has embedded links directing your website

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    thank you for give vital info for seo masters

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    patricialee83, I agree with you absolutely. Useful unique content and catchy headlines - that is what we should give to our readers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patricialee83 View Post
    Make sure you write for your target audience/readers not for the search engines, because if your audience like your content then they will do the job for you and so the search engines will like you as well.

    And also have you guys fall on catchy headlines? Very effective right? We can see plenty of it that already created a buzz on social media.
    Great points here, This can also build your online reputation. Think of this, if they liked your write-up, there are lots of chances that your articles are going to be shared to lots of social media sites, not only once but luckily - it might be more...

    Less effort for you, since by that point, they are now the ones who are building audiences/visitors for your site..

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    Quote Originally Posted by syrena143 View Post
    Nice tips to the noobs.
    Now they will know how to write SEO Content.
    I don't think it is necessary for people to concentrate on writing a content mainly for search engines. Focus on your target audience/readers, write a good content, if people liked your work so as the search engines.
    "Only gmble what you can afford to lose"

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    Content must be written for the users not for the search engine bots.
    Halwits - Website and Software Development Company

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    Its a very good informative article for <a href="http://www.technotalki.blogspot.com">seo</a>.

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    Thanks for sharing a nice information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    10 concepts should keep in mind while writing a seo content:

    1. Content matters: Itís important to remember that no matter what your subject matter is, your content has the potential to reach a large audience and help your company beyond the SEO benefits. Website content, articles and blog posts are ways to connect your company to relevant, interesting information about your industry. Creating copy that is well-written and focuses on interesting topics in your industry will help it go beyond increasing your page rank by being linked to and shared by outsiders.

    2. Stay on topic: Business writing is not the same as writing your personal blog! Thereís nothing wrong with adding some personality to your writing - this helps to keep the readers intrigued. Just make sure that you stay focused on the business-oriented topic you are writing about and avoid drifting into unrelated tangents.

    3. Write compelling headings: The titles of web pages and articles are among the first things that grab the attention of a reader. Donít use a generic, boring headline which simply describes what the article or web copy is about. Instead, think like a newspaper headline writer and develop a headline which makes someone want to read more.

    4. Ideal keyword length and density: Content written for web copy and articles for directory submission should be 300 to 1,000 words in length. Blog posting and posts on social media sites can be shorter. The length of your article will largely be determined by the number of keywords you are using: a keyword for every 50 to 100 words of content is a good rule of thumb.

    5. Add keywords to the bio: Biographical information given for a magazine story or an article for a directory submission is a great chance for you to enhance your credentials and also optimize your content. Make sure that you include one keyword in your bio.

    6. Donít stack keywords: Cramming keywords in an article or page of web content (such as being part of a list) looks unprofessional since all of your linked keywords will be running together on the page. Spread your keywords evenly throughout the article so they look more organic.

    7. Use meta descriptions: Meta descriptions are 150 character descriptions of your content and are excellent opportunities for optimization. Make sure your content has meta descriptions with keywords included. This is a great way to get Google to recognize your content and increase its value.

    8. Write and tag hierarchically: In order for Google and other search engines to give your content the highest placement possible, itís important that it looks professional and well-structured. Using the appropriate tags for your content will do this. Use h1 tags for titles, h2 tags for subtitles and so on. This concept will also help your writing by encouraging you to put your most compelling ideas first.

    9. Write original content: Having duplicate content is a major no-no for search engine optimization, so donít just ďcopy and pasteĒ content from existing sources. Make sure your content is fresh and original - even copying your own content is a poor SEO decision.

    10. Choose relevant images: Creative Commons search tools like the Google Image Search Assistant will help you find intriguing images that are free to use without risking copyright infringement. Having eye-catching images that are relevant to your content will grab the readerís attention.
    The above tips are very helpful for all of us. I think you should write something about image optimization by adding alt tag in the image source which should be included in point no. 10.

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    content optimization isn't a hard task

    you need to semantically related words as search engines robots with with fuzzy logic and repeat your target keyword several times in your content for detailed information you can visit this content optimization guide

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    Really a nice information/tips. This will helps to many newbies who actually didn't know more about content.

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