Feature Friday: How to Incorporate Keywords Into Your Content Creation

This week on Feature Friday, Curtis Machek, Developer, demonstrates how you can add keyword preferences to your content orders.

It's a really intuitive feature. As a customer, you can choose the keywords you want used throughout your content, and add them to your order. 

Once your writer starts creating your content, there is a real time count on their dashboard of how many times they have used your chosen keywords.

Kewords are a a great way to optimize your content for search engines, such as Google. So why not start incorporating them in to your content?

Feature Friday: How to Incorporate Keywords Into Your Content Creation

 

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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Jillian Burns
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Jillian Burns

This is very interesting! It’s ideal to let the customer know different aspects of what he/she is signing up for, and how it can benefit their content they receive. Thanks for sharing.

Emma Chapman
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Emma Chapman

Laura, it takes a bit of creativity to blend in keywords and keyword phrases that lack perfect grammatical structure. One trick I recently learned is as follows: Imagine that the keyword phrase is “Smith Shop Selling.” The phrase is, grammatically speaking, awkward. However, a writer can use this keyword phrase in a way that sounds plausible by simply forgetting about the comma. Here is an example: “Customers quickly learn that when they shop at Smith Shop selling items is not the staff’s primary motive. Instead, clerks really want to offer unique services to their clients.” Eliminating the comma helps make… Read more »

Earl Dotson
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Earl Dotson

That’s a clever trick. Where did you learn it?

Georgia Potts
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Georgia Potts

Yeah, I’ve had to learn a lot of tricks to get keywords in there without making the sentences sound strange. There’s always a way to do it, no matter how weird the keyword phrase sounds.

Tay H
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Tay H

So helpful for writers and clients alike.

auntieemily
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auntieemily

This is so helpful for both clients and writers. Thanks for sharing more information in regard to keywords and their place in content.

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