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Devashish Shrivastava Top Contributor
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Devashish Shrivastava Top Contributor
Undergraduate student | Content Writer

Around 10 years back, when SEO was as yet a developing control, a strategy known as "Keyword stuffing" turned out to be well known. Keyword stuffing is the act of packing whatever number watchwords as could be allowed on a page, frequently such that feels constrained and unnatural to the peruser.  

Regularly, this was cultivated by including extensive footers at the base of site pages, which would contain handfuls – or even hundreds – of slight catchphrase variations of basic inquiry terms. This procedure could frequently be seen on lodging sites, which would regularly highlight footers that comprised of hyperlinked watchwords: "modest inns Barcelona", "modest inns Cairo", "modest inns Dresden", for instance, every one of which would take guests to another site page including a likewise swarmed, catchphrase stuffed footer.