How Search Really Works: Keyword Stuffing

by Ruud Hein January 25th, 2008 

This post is part of an ongoing series: How Search Really Works.
Last week: Keyword Links.

Left to their own devices, people will assign keywords (tag or link) as they please.

They paint a rich picture of the linked content.

natural linking

Keyword stuffing is the unnatural repetitive use of a specific word or phrase.

In your content....


..or your links...


Ruud Hein

My paid passion at Search Engine People sees me applying my passions and knowledge to a wide array of problems, ones I usually experience as challenges. People who know me know I love coffee.

Ruud Hein

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  3. Aaron says:

    this is great key word food I love it…im also part of your my blog log widget the guy in black next tpo the pregnant girl…im an affiliate marketer…using key words have become a passion in my line of work….please add more post here it is ver useful… currently I own 6 wp blogs….thanks chow