How to write SEO articles for sites like iwriter ??
December 29, 2011 7:48am CST
hello.. i join iwriter, there are many articles demanding for SEO keywords that are like... ***title (h1 tag) and 2 subheaders (h2 and h3)*** what does it mean..?? and how to write that kind of articles ? actually i want to write something including SEO for my own site too. please tell me, if you work for iwriter then it will be very helpful.
29 Dec 11
It isn't as complicated as you are making it, though I got confused there too. The thing is, you will have keywords given. You'll have to include as many of that keyword as you possibly can. Like yesterday I wrote an article asking for the keywords 'testimonial examples' and I included almost 10-15 times in my 500 word article. Hope it helps.
1 Jan 12
If you want to apply SEO article for your website, you can use SEO Pressor plug-in. Try to reseach about this plug-in. I use this in my own website and it is very helpful to create articles that are SEO friendly. H1 is the title, H2 and H3 are subtitles. Example: keyword is TRUE LOVE: Title: How To Find True Love ( H1) Subtitle 1: Signs Of True Love ( H2) Subtitle 2: The Reality About True Love ( H3) Note that the keyword is found in h1, h2,and h3. Some tips for writing an SEO friendly article: 1. keyword must appear near the beginning of the first sentence of each paragraph. 2. keyword must appear near the last sentence of each paragraph. 3. Always observe keyword density. 3%-4% will do. Example : for 500 word-article keyword must appear 15 times ( 3% ) - 20 times ( 4% ) of the entire article. Some bloggers are using 2%-5% keyword density. It all depends. But remember that keyword density should not less than 2% and not more than 5%. I hope it helps. Good luck. Janis
29 Dec 11
Very simple: h1, h2 and h3 are HTML tags for Header 1, 2 and 3 (respectively). They want the title (which will have an h1 HTML tag) to have keywords in it and the subtitles (which will have h2 and h3 HTML tags) to have different keywords. So, for example, the title might have a keyword like "Christmas gifts" and the subtitles might have "cheap Christmas gifts" and "cheap holiday gifts". They're just being precise which ones they want used and where. (At least as I understand it.) If you don't know basic SEO, you should probably avoid SEO work until you've learned. Try peterhoggan.hubpages.com for an excellent free course. (All his work is good.)
29 Dec 11
Wow Spike, nice work there and nicely explained. Joy, I believe you can try the SEO stuff, but don't go for the really complex ones at this point in time. Do the simpler ones. I think we both are writing stuff on the same topics, I saw this one yesterday and let it pass. I think as of now, you should do too.