World War 2 Jewellery


Posted by Opal | Posted in Jewellery | Posted on 18-10-2011

Here you could write a lot about the types of WW2 jewellery.

Make sure you puts lots of words about jewellery (in this post anyway) and try and always put direct links to products that relate to your post, for example this or this 1960′s dripping pot.

The more articles the better. They go into search engines quickly.

This content appears as there is a “read more” line. It allows for summaries of the content on the home page but when a user clicks VIEW MORE then all the content is shown! Blogs are for users (but used to boost search engines) so find the balance between normal writing and search engine writing. For example:

This sentance about jewellery works better for customers and users

Wheres this sentance on jewellery has more mentions of jewels and jewellery/jewelry to boost your results on antique jewellery in search engines.

The search engine writing features a much heavier density of keywords. For a good example, here is a page I made to target Swindon Web Design. Look at the keyword density report here and you see that there are loads of WEB, DESIGN & Swindon terms used.

The catch is if you write too much for a search engine then customers wont want to read the articles, (Which isnt too important in this case) if a user likes the article then they will link to it which will improve the search rankings. Also if its too much SEO targetted then the engines will regard as SPAM and it will cause a negative impact.

This article is rubbish for WW2 jewellery becuase there is only 1 line that mentions it. However its just a demo article to show explain the SEO writing!

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Wow thats a pretty cool article! Its as if your an SEO expert or something!

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