keywords in wordpress posts

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TheTrews / 118 Points
2014-07-09 10:34 am EST
So i ve just i started a site at It quite a specific site based around videos that russell brand (comedian) posts in his youtube account. Plz check the site if it helps u understand my query.

Query: If im targeting the same keywords for practically ALL of my posts in the title, description, keywords sections + "seo all in one" plugin sections + featured images/ post images will google regard this as spamming? will it effect my search engine rankings.

My aim is to rank as high as possible for as many "russell brand" related keyword phrases. For example "russell brand 2014", "new russell brand", "latest russell brand" etc.

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12,011 Points
2014-07-09 11:12 am EST
Hello TheTrews,

Thank you for your question. It is very difficult to say how Google will view the keyword use on your site. This is because Google does not fully disclose how it generates search results.

But, yes it is possible it can negatively affect your site ranking if Google views it as a "link scheme", or they consider your keyword use "irrelevant."

I highly recommend reading the Official Webmaster guidelines by Google, since it explains "Best practices to help Google find, crawl, and index your site."

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,


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ty for your response, there is something else i'd like to ask since i have visited the links you provided. If my site was removed from google search results is it removed forever? Im not sure what to think about the fact that some of my pages were showing up in google search results in the first few days of me launching my site but now i cannot get anything to come up. Is there a way to check whether this is the case? Also ive been reading a bit about this google crawler, is there a way i can get this is visit my site and index my posts/pages?
118 Points

2014-07-09 1:19 pm EST
Hello TheTrews,

As per John Paul, a lot of these questions are really handled through Google Webmaster. Your search results won't disappear permanently if Google is not penalizing you. You can learn more about your sites if you login to Google Webmaster tools and check to see the status of your website. If you want to have Google register your site, you can submit your website to them. Just follow that link.

I did find your site in a search for "Russell Brand Trews" though it was in the 76th position. In my opinion, trying to raise up a celebrity website is going to be a little tough as it basically crowded with others who constantly put out content. Quality, timely, and interesting content will be your best way to bring your ranking up within the search engine.

Hope that helps! Let us know if you have any further comments or questions,
Arnel C.
16,349 Points
2014-07-09 2:04 pm EST
hi arnelc, ty for the info, i appreciate your efforts, i know what your saying about other people posting content about celebrities but im kinda within the niche of a celebrity. I only started 9 days ago and im getting some traffic, i thik i can see the potential once my site gets higher rankings. Have a look at my stats in CP yourself, here let us know what you think
118 Points

2014-07-09 2:19 pm EST
Hello TheTrews!

We do appreciate your patience and your efforts. The stats look on the up and up! Keep up the good work.

Arnel C.
16,349 Points
2014-07-09 4:36 pm EST
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