August 4, 2018 at 4:18 PM #15881
Main keyword focus
• Stop smoking
• Smoking cessation (not something I thought of, but had reasonable stats on Adwords)
• How to quit smoking
• Quit smoking
Stop smoking: 5 methods proven to achieve smoking cessation
Looking for advice on how to quit smoking? Don’t be bamboozled; here’s a helpful break-down of your options. Find the method that’s right for YOU and stop smoking. For good this time.
Quit smoking: A break-down of your options
Different smoking cessation methods suit different people. The trick is to choose a way to quit smoking that best suits YOU, then you’ll be on your journey to stop smoking for good.
But that’s easier said than done, right?
We know. Everyone seems to have an
on the best way for you to stop smoking, and this just adds to your confusion about how to quit smoking.
Here is a rundown of 6 smoking cessation methods that other people, just like you, have found
How to stop smoking:
1. Go cold turkey
2. Cut down to quit smoking
3. Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
4. Medications prescribed for smoking cessation
5. Online support – My Journey to becoming smoke-free
6. Professional advice and support
Quit smoking by using one, or a combination, of these methods. We recommend that you read about all of these methods before you choose the one that feels right for YOU. Stop smoking, for good this time.
August 4, 2018 at 4:22 PM #15882
Apologies for the weird formatting above.
I was attempting to indicate where links would be placed.
‘opinion’ would link to a list of weird and wonderful suggestions on how to quit that I would find on a credible site!
‘ successful’ would link to statistics proving that when smokers find a method that suits their individual needs, success rates for quitting are high.
I hope this makes sense.
August 9, 2018 at 7:20 AM #16044
You’ve struck a nice balance here in your optimisation Lyndal. #highfives
As this is a page about the process of quitting, you could zero in a little more on keywords around that with phrasing that includes “methods” and “strategies” for example.
How to quit smoking is a good one as it fits a strong body keyword (quit smoking) into a longer phrase that also reflects the purpose of the page.
With your linking, try and work a keyword in your anchor (where it makes sense).
So, instead of linking on the word “options” you could choose:
Looking for advice on how to quit smoking? Don’t be bamboozled; here’s a helpful break-down of your
quit smoking options. Find the method that’s right for YOU and stop smoking. For good this time.
Then, instead of “successful” you could link on “6 smoking cessation methods”
Read a rundown of 6 smoking cessation methods that other people, just like you, have found successful.
Your anchor text shouldn’t use the same phrase over and over again but you can use a phrase with multiple words as your anchor text. That also gives you a more natural opportunity to get a keyword/phrase in there.
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