Now, when you see that some of the best content in Google is ranking because it has 2,000 words of content, you might be a little bit scared. Not because of the amount of sites rankings, but instead because of the word count. Many people will often ask how many pages is 2,000 words? With a website or blog, you would actually want to keep all of this content on one individual page, as this will help it rank better. However, to answer the question — with 1 page (physical paper) often being 500 words, then 2,000 words would be four pages of written content.
If you’re wondering how Google knows which page to rank and for what without a heavy keyword density, your internal links are one way to help. Internal links are links off of specific words from a page on your website to another page on your website. By linking off of these words to another page within your site, you’re telling the search engines that this is what that page is about and the page you’d like to rank for a specific keyword or phrase.
If you’re writing about blue widgets and you have a guide on how to use them or a page where you sell them, you may want link off of the words blue widgets as you mention this is how to use or where to buy them. The trick with internal links is to make sure you link to the same page each time and you also only link when it will be relevant and create a better user experience for your website visitor.
H tags are header tags and normally increase and decrease the size of the font on your page. You will normally see H1, H2, H3, H4 and H5 within long posts. H tags tell the search engines what the section or subsection of the page is about. You may want your main Keyword phrase to be in the H1 and possibly H2 or H3 tags, but don’t stuff it if it doesn’t flow naturally. Think of it like a recipe you’re reading about how to make.