Identifying Keywords - Putting it All Together
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Identifying keywords is actually the easy part when it comes to writing for the Web. Once keywords have been identified, a hook has been created and phrasing has been all figured out, it's time to get down to business. It's time to start writing.
The first step in this process is crafting the title. To do this, you'll want to use your main keyword phrases in a compelling, readable fashion.
To best use your keywords and phrases, it's a good idea to establish two main phrases (or titles) to build a story around. In the example, you might put all the identified elements together to come up with a title that reads something like this: Low-Interest Bank Loans for Teens: Borrowing for School and Housing Expenses.
With the main title and sub title established, you're ready to start creating your content. Repeat the key phrases from the title and subtitle throughout your article, and you've created a piece of content that's optimized for the Web. It all starts with identifying keywords.
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