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    A good content can help your site gain organic traffic as well as boost its SEO rankings. I myself write for my company's blog so I can relate to what you are saying. Website owners want fresh and relevant content on their site but they also care about keyword rankings. You have to find that sweet spot in the middle where you can learn to compromise.

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    Is this a question..or are you answering it already?

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    What I do is that I pick a long tail keyword as my primary keyword and sprinkle the related keywords here and there without overdoing it. Now, you're right that keywords alone can't help clients rank higher in Google. It isn't that easy and there are many other factors to take in consideration.

    For instance, it can be unique, relatable content, using transition words, bucket brigades and then there's another aspect like domain authority of the website and/or link building, correct promotion.

    You can use plugins like Yoast SEO to know more about it.

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