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Keywords Research and Implementation

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Msg#: 3950435 posted 12:09 am on Jul 11, 2009 (gmt 0)

We are currently rolling out a few sites and writing new unique content and would like some feedback on the following issue.

We have researched our search terms for a specific product and have found a search phrase which could be "xyz abc" however there is No real way in writing this search phrase into the content using proper gramma.

The question is does it matter if we write the Search Phrase as "xyz, abc" the comma being the variance do the search engines view the comma as a break and therefore treats the search phrase as two keywords instead of the phrase we want to use?

Using Google Insight and the "xyz, abc" example it seems to break the phrase into 2 keywords

Any feedback would be appreciated.



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Msg#: 3950435 posted 9:20 am on Aug 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

hi eventures,

well yes it does seperates them as far as i've read but using a hyphen would consider them as a single word.
i can't give you an example here but i was supposed to use a keyphrase [a bs] but i found out that [bs a] is more searched term therefore i've used them as having hyphens. hope it's any good to you.


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Msg#: 3950435 posted 11:56 am on Aug 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

How is this popular term used in the sites you see at the top of the search results?

There might lie the answers you seek. Just a suggestion.

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