Maximum Search Engine Impact Writing 300 Words
Maximum SEO Benefit Writing 300 Words
Conventional SEO wisdom suggests that writing 300 words is the minimum length of a webpage to have maximum search engine impact. Anything shorter than that is considered less likely to be worthwhile information deserving of either ranking or passing link juice.
For someone looking for maximum search engine impacts benefits from minimum effort that makes writing 300 words the ultimate goal. However, the same SEO experts recommend specific elements within the writing to maximize its overall benefit to the website and its search ranking.
The targeted keyword should appear in both the title tags and the H1 header tag.. Additionally, most SEO consultants recommend using approximately 10% keyword density. In 300 words, that means using the targeted key phrase every 30 words (10% of 300) which works out to approximately 3 times in the course of the writing.
Getting the keyword in the title and the header tags is easy once the writer is aware of the importance of doing so. Managing to work in the keyword 3 times over the course of 300 words can be more challenging.
Getting 3 keywords into 300 words of text is easy if you pay attention to placement and have a plan regarding how to get the words into the article. Typically a successful strategy would involve putting the keyword into the introduction paragraph, once in the body of the article, and once in the conclusion.
For example, this article targets two keywords / key phrases, “maximum search engine impact” and “writing 300 words.”
Neither phrase ranks highly for anything, but anyone searching for those topics is likely to be interested in both this article and perhaps, by extension what I do as a freelance writer.
In the end, that can be more useful than a large amount of less interested traffic.
(Microsoft Word counts 297 words above. Not too bad of aim, and success in targeting I believe. Let me know what you think.)