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If you want your website to be found for “widgets,” understand that this specific term does not need to be jammed anywhere you can tuck a keyword, on every page. Google wants to know the best page to present a user when they search for “widgets.” In order to maximize your rankings, it is more effective to identify the one page a user would actually want to find, and focus on optimizing that particular page for the term. This way, Google knows clearly what to deliver, and it will.
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