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SEO Writing Tips: How to write an SEO friendly blog post faster

Updated on July 10, 2012

What is SEO writing?

SEO writing is the abbreviated term for writing content which is rich in keywords and designed to alert the attention of the search engines.

Often, business owners will create blog posts relevant to their business which are related to their products and which contain keywords aimed at directing search engines in their websites direction,

Write your blogs faster

This simple tip will help you to write your SEO blogs faster.

If you have a keyword you want to base a large number of articles around which is long and awkward to type or contains more than one word, it can hinder your writing speed because you spend a lot of time typing the keyword sometimes 20-30 times per article.

As you can guess, if you're writing 50+ blog posts this can become tedious.

  1. Temporarily replace the keyword: Instead of typing out the keyword/phrase each and every time, use a unique word that you wouldn't normally type and which is easy to type. So for example if your keyword is "type faster", and you want to write a sentence which goes along the lines of "Learn how to type faster: If you want to type faster, follow these instructions", then instead you could write "Learn how to melon: If you want to melon, follow these instructions"
  2. Search and replace: Using the search/find and replace tool (which comes with most modern word processors) type into the find field "melon" and into the replace field "type faster" then click "apply to all".
  3. Don't get caught out: Remember that this technique only works if you pick a word you are not going to use at any other part in the article, otherwise you might end up with a sentence like: "Finish off your day with a tasty, juicy type faster"



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      chrisinhawaii 5 years ago

      ...and make sure you spell "melon" correctly every time...

      I never thought about this idea, but it makes sense.

      And now...on to your next hub...