Inserting keywords inside a text

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I have a piece of content and I want to insert a list of 5 to 10 keywords in the text. I don't care if the text makes sense afterwards.

Anyone has ideas on how to do this?
 

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Kindly, I didn't ask for your opinion

Nothing personal here but you asked for ideas on a public forum with over a million members.

I gave you my idea.

You can disregard it and we will still be good to sit down for lunch and share life together but you are going to get ideas which can be considered opinions.

I'll even pick up the tab for lunch.
 

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Nothing personal here but you asked for ideas on a public forum with over a million members.

I gave you my idea.

You can disregard it and we will still be good to sit down for lunch and share life together but you are going to get ideas which can be considered opinions.

I'll even pick up the tab for lunch.
I just want to make an experiment, we need to test things first-hand

thanks for sharing your opinion
 

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come on man, your question is silly :)

Like, you want to insert 5-10 keywords into text but don't care if the text makes sense? Just insert the keywords then, especially since you "want to make an experiment". I don't understand what kind of answer you want to hear
 

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I have a piece of content and I want to insert a list of 5 to 10 keywords in the text. I don't care if the text makes sense afterwards.

Anyone has ideas on how to do this?
That works with spam blogs. But you want to add the keywords in sentences, not just plainly inject them without context.

A simple "I like %keyword%" or similar sentences get the job done.
 

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Imagine asking something then posting this:
Kindly, I didn't ask for your opinion
Holy shit, that's next level.

Regarding thread: it's called keyword stuffing, but I won't give you any ideas or opinions, because you didn't ask. Kindly :)
 

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come on man, your question is silly :)

Like, you want to insert 5-10 keywords into text but don't care if the text makes sense? Just insert the keywords then, especially since you "want to make an experiment". I don't understand what kind of answer you want to hear
How to do it in bulk, not manually

Imagine asking something then posting this:

Holy shit, that's next level.

Regarding thread: it's called keyword stuffing, but I won't give you any ideas or opinions, because you didn't ask. Kindly :)
I asked how to do something, I didn't ask if I should do it or not
 

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I would say a simple python script could do that. Let it take the text in and store words separated " " (whitespace) into lists/tuple then randomly add ur keywords in and print text into some.txt file
If u got no coding experience hire some dude here or on Upwork to do it for u.
 

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How to do it in bulk, not manually
I may be overdoing it, but it's quite simple. Tokenize every sentence, find X most related sentences to your keyword and add desired keyword between two most or least simillar words to the keyword that is being inserted. That's the "creative" way.
Less creative would be just inserting keywords into random positions in text every X to Y words or X to Y sentences.
 
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