Msg#: 18111 posted 11:52 pm on Nov 5, 2003 (gmt 0)
I am researching a specific industry of website design I want to get into. Lets call it "Widget Industry". Therefore people would want to have "widget website." I know that users make such queries from OV's Search Term Suggestion Tool.
When you search for "widget website" in Google, it will search only for "widget" and will drop word "website."
You can see what Google searched, because it says "Searched the web for widget website." It will underline the words it searched for. It does not underline word "website." And it does not say that the word is "common" and excluded from SERPs.
If I look for "widget website" and just "widget" results are different, but nothing comes with industry specific sites, just sites about widgets. It's almost like looking for "web design" and getting results for simply "web".
Overture also seems to eliminate word "website", it only displays "web site" and "site" keywords.
Question: how to optimize for such case? The word "website" is key in this situation.