Is it better to have more keywords or less keywords?
I know that it's important to carefully select the keywords, but does the number of keywords impact your article score?
Keywords should be in the URL, title, each paragraph. More than that and you risk google penalty
For me not in each pararaph - main keyword is always on first and last paragraph and 2 secondary or related keywords somewhere in the middle of the article.
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