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Is there a number of keywords that are too many too add. Is the highest of keywords you can have is X amount. Is 50 keywords too many? (i'm not talking about in the text, i am talking about the keyword list to the right of your page, with the red x's) I would really appreciate your answers to these questions. Thank You!
I would say it was more a percentage of the text you write rather than a specific number. this is a pretty personal choice though, and 10 different SEO people could give you ten different answers.
Personally my advice would be to focus on a keyword but try and keep your writing as natural as possible.
The tag keywords on the side could be approached 3 good ways:
-Just my keyword with natural surroundings ex:
-Keyword + Related closely
Like a Pear
Rear and Apples
-Keyword + Misspellings
Some people say having 1 tag for each paragraph of text is good, it all depends. I wouldn't over crowd it though, 10-20 tops is good.
The number of tags is only one consideration, also think about relevance.
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