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    For same types of keywords,try to keep only 3–4 % density per pages means if you have 100 words in your page then similar types of keywords is 3–4. keeping too much keywords of same types create spamming. so try to keep Unique,updated and relevant contents that should match the URL,Title and theme of landing page. you can take the help of plagiarism free tool for checking the uniqueness of contents .it should be more than 85 % Unique.

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    If you want to target 2 to 3 different service related keywords on a single page website it is not possible. If all the keywords are generic in nature then you can target but the focus should be on one topic or services.

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    The best practice when writing page titles is to use your target SEO keywords or keyword phrase at the start of the page title. That'll make sure that it's seen as more relevant. Also, more practically, your page title won't get cut off in mobile SERPs, which can happen on small screens.

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    The best practice when writing page titles is to use your target SEO keywords or keyword phrase at the start of the page title. That'll make sure that it's seen as more relevant. Also, more practically, your page title won't get cut off in mobile SERPs, which can happen on small screens.

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    At the bare minimum, one; some pages may have a singular focus that answers only one query. It's much more likely that you'll want to target two or three keywords per page, even if they're just close variations. Any more than four is a bit crowded; after all, each page only has one title tag and meta description.

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    You'll probably end up doing more harm than good to your SEO. The reason is simple: when you have multiple pages ranking for the same keyword, you're actually competing with yourself. Consequently, each page has a lower CTR, diminished authority, and lower conversion rates than one consolidated page will have.

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