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keyword stuffing

Duplicating descriptive words in the body and/or in the meta tags of a Web page in order to rank the page high on search engine results. Also called "word stuffing." See spamdexing.
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Keyword stuffing, link building, QR codes, and automated cross-channel posting - all were once promising marketing tactics and strategies that have since been characterized by some as marketing fads.
Beware of "keyword stuffing." When writing a page, focus on the topic, not the keyword phrase.
Gone are the days of static websites, link farms, repeated pages and keyword stuffing. Businesses have to be much smarter when producing online content if they are going to win business and the war of the search engine rankings.
Here's what you need to avoid: KEYWORD STUFFING Trying to beat scanning software by cramming buzzwords into your CV will backfire.
* This description is searchable, so be sure to work in a few keywords as appropriate, but no keyword stuffing.
Regarding these terms, the world of SEO has some curious neologisms, such as spamdexing, which refers to keyword stuffing, search engine spam, or black-hat SEO [6].
Including too many keywords--also known as "keyword stuffing"--can give employers the impression that you are trying to take advantage of the system, especially if they use software that sorts applications based on keywords.
You should feel free to use plurals and synonyms of your keywords throughout your copy, but keyword stuffing should be avoided at all costs.
However, it also focused on onsite SEO issues, such as keyword stuffing.
* Keyword stuffing: Keyword stuffing is the act of filling the Meta tags and/or content of a web page with particular keywords to get high rank scores for search queries containing such words.
These techniques include keyword stuffing, duplicate content, installing content that is the same color as the background, and using multiple gateway pages, each page designed to meet the preferences of a certain search engine.