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WordPress SEO Friendly PermalinksThat’s a good SEO question and one I struggle with when I need multiple pages basically on the same subject.

Ideally you want every page of a site to target a specific set of SERPs, your current proposed titles are far from ideal because of the 7 words with each title you only have two unique keywords and are they really phrases people search for: do searches look for “Darren Rowes’s Chapter” and similar when looking for “Blog Wise Ebook Review” SERPs?

I’m not familiar with the Blog Wise Ebook so no idea how it is laid out, what I’d do is look at what the main content of each chapter is, if one chapter is about Making Money with WordPress a better title might be:

Blog Wise Ebook Making Money with WordPress Review
or
Blog Wise Ebook Review Making Money with WordPress

You then have a unique title (the title element is very important) for each page and they tie in with the main review page which I assume you are titling something including “Blog Wise Ebook Review”.

When you link from the main page to the other pages the anchor text will partially help the main pages SERPs (will include the keywords “Blog Wise Ebook Review” or similar) and when the individual pages link back to the main page the anchor text can be something like “Blog Wise Ebook Review”.

If you were a Stallion SEO Theme user in the next theme update (Stallion 6.3) this would be less of an issue. I’ve added an improved version of the All In One SEO Pack Plugin, my version has 5 ‘title tags’ where you add 5 phrases for a post and they are used through the theme with of course one being used for the title element, the other 4 are used through the Stallion theme. By having multiple related keyword phrases you are less reliant on the main title.

David

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