Is it a good idea to use multiple, similar keyword phrases in one hub?
or is it better to just have one phrase?
Hi there. I always use multiple semi similar keywords in tags. basically, my main focus is to try put in as many words that people might search (in both content, title and even tags).
Hope this helps!
I don't think there is a problem using multiple keywords as long as the text sounds natural. If it's just a list of keywords then you have to ask yourself if you're really offering information, or if it is a glorified advertisement. Integrate your keywords so that the people reading them don't even realize they are there.
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