This Is An Ideal International SEO Article According To Commentary SEO Spam I Keep Getting

International SEO Article – As I am receiving probably a bunch of commentary spam every day, providing me with wise insights into my on-page SEO factors, I’ve decided to give it a try to see if those improvements will actually make my blog posts better. I’ve chosen “International SEO Article” as my primary keyword.

First of all, I was informed I am not using all three H tags. Okay, I already have a H1, so the rest comes:

This is a typical H2 with the keyword International SEO Article

And yet another H3 with the same International SEO Article keyword

Good. That was easy. I also spread the keyword in all of the headlines, as advised. What’s next?

URLs. I’ve just adjusted the URL to contain the primary International SEO Article keyword.

“You should have relevant usage of bold and italics of your keywords.” Okay, let’s go: This is a bold International SEO Article keyword followed by the same international SEO article in italics. You know what? Let’s spin it a little bit to ensure the robots will notice: International SEO Article keyword in bold and International SEO Article keyword in italics.

“There should be an internal link to a page on your blog“: done.

“You should have an image with an alt tag that has your keyword”. Perfect, I love images. I’ve chosen this endangered species of a three-toed sloth. I love them. And I added the alt tag as well.

International SEO Article

And the last one: “Your Keyword should appear in the first paragraph as well as in the last sentence of the page.”

I hope you’ve enjoyed reading my International SEO article and won’t ever cripple your blog posts with this nonsense. Oh, almost forgot: International SEO article.

March 03 2015 Update: The article actually made it to the second page on Google. Pretty cool, huh.

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Martin a.k.a. @HermanTinkura helps international and local companies enter new markets by creating a vast multi-cultural SEO strategy. Martin writes for SEMrush and likes to explore different cultures of the world, which is his favorite part of his work.

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