Do you think it matters what you write about when trying to achieve high keyword page ranking ?...
could a guy write about pregnancy for instance. ?
It does not matter about what subject you write. but you need to attract people atention, what's the point on getting high page rank if your visitors will find poor content on your site = a 3 seconds visit.
Some keywords are more competitive than others, usually because they are the ones where it is possible to make some money. To get a high ranking with these will require some good and clever writing skills.
Your follow-up question seems to address a different issue altogether.
Thanks for that I meant could a guy write about a woman's subject and still the article be considered worthwhile if it is researched thoroughly
Some keywords are easier to rank than others. Like, we're switching up our link anchors on other sites that link to us - because we want to rank for more than one keyword.
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