I saw some websites only write the keyword on their article title without writing much inside the content. But wondering why they seat in the top 10 search results.
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Neither brevity nor extreme length should be pursued as an end-in-itself--ideally, every word should count, and one should be as succinct as possible while also being grammatically correct.
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I think in general word count weights a lot but pagerank does so too, so if the PR from the page is high it may overcome a low keyword count.
Backlinks my friend, backlinks. Most search engines are still archaic when it comes to analyzing a website.
Sure, they return decent results when the traffic volume is large, but when it comes to specifics the results really do get messed up.
I would say that articles should be at least 600 words to actually pack in some solid content that has natural progression in the mind of a reader.
I like words and all, but it seems like videos can take the place of all of those 600 words you are talking about and more.
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