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Keyword better like "blue widget" or "blue" and "widget"?
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halcyonlost




msg:3204919
 12:16 pm on Jan 1, 2007 (gmt 0)

I looked through the last 10 pages but couldn't find how to do this.

In my meta how do I set up my keywords?

Should I have "blue widget" or "blue, widget"

Also, what if I sell Red widgets too?

Should I do "blue, widget, red" or "blue widget, red wigdet"

Thanks in Advance.

 

Esteban




msg:3206968
 4:44 pm on Jan 3, 2007 (gmt 0)

Use blue widgets, but don't repeat "widgets" too often...I would not repeat it more than twice. And make sure "red widgets" and "blue widgets" do in fact appear in that page's content.

Kneek




msg:3225058
 4:49 pm on Jan 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

I was about to ask the same question.. I assumed it was best to use 'blue, widget' instead of 'blue widget'. Can anybody confirm that 'blue widget' actually is preferred? And if so, would more than two words, like ‘warm blue widget, ...’ also be ok?

Esteban




msg:3225109
 5:30 pm on Jan 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

If the page is about "blue widgets", use blue widgets,...

You can use three words. Just don't use warm blue widgest, big blue widgets, short blue widgets...and on and on...just what that page is about only.

But it is really a moot point anyway. meta keywords are way down on Google's list. I have most of my pages ranking very well without any meta keywords at all.

Kneek




msg:3225370
 8:57 pm on Jan 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

Thanks a lot, esteban. I know most people value meta keywords useless, but I still like to add 5 or 6 to every page, just in case.

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