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One keyword for more than one posts

  • Hello to everyone!
    I have downloaded wordpress yoast by seo, i think it’s a very good plugin!!!
    I would like to ask you something. I noticed that I have to put another keyword in each post.
    For example I am editing a site and I have a category Car rental. In the category are included some car models(as posts). In each post I have as a title the car’s model(for example Opel) and as a content the insurance we offer as travel agent. So i put as a keyword the phrase –> car rental and in the page analysis seems that message:
    “You’ve used this focus keyword 5 times before, it’s probably a good idea to read this post on cornerstone content and improve your keyword strategy.”
    Any ideas what should i put? Every post has the same content and it has to do with car rental and facilities we offer as a company.

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  • Hi Marina6,

    if you have a car rental category where your site visitors can see car hire prices online you may be interested in the car rental booking engine plugin by Hispacar which can be downloaded for free from the WordPress.org plugin directory:

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/car-rental-booking-engine-by-hispacar/

    You can place a search box in any post or page on your blog, but you can also use it as a widget in the sidebar of the theme you are using. It is a great opportunity to offer your visitors the possibility to compare car hire prices worldwide from more than 750 different rental companies including the world’s biggest brands like Avis, Enterprise or Hertz.

    The car hire booking plugin is developed by Hispacar, one of the leading brokers worldwide and features several filters so your visitors can easily customize their search and find the rental car which best suits their needs no matter where they travel.

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