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Mobile Keyword Analysis
Keyword Analysis for Mobile Websites
chrisdru




msg:3581033
 1:16 pm on Feb 21, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi,

Is their any specific tools for mobile keyword analysis. Also I have found that the description is limited to only 60 - 70 characters in Google. If you could suggest me with a good mobile optimization tips that would be even more helpful. Asking for too much :)

 

dbdev




msg:3581409
 6:44 pm on Feb 21, 2008 (gmt 0)

On my blackberry, mobile g produces the same serps as it does on my laptop usine regular g.

Like you said, you have 60-70 characters to work with on the mobile side so I would say short, to the point, non superlative marketing messages should be used in your title and description meta tags.

On page content optimization and relevant incoming links should be the same...

Keyphrase research tools you can use are wordtracker, server log files and analytics (google analytics is good), the overture inventory tool is gone now...

do a search on WebmasterWorld for key phrase research tools...

mike.

chrisdru




msg:3581825
 4:35 am on Feb 22, 2008 (gmt 0)

Any character/word limitation for content for the mobile site. Have you tried Google Mobile Web I think that would give you a different result as compared to the regular G in your laptop. Do you mean the same keyword tool used for Web will be useful for mobile too?

dbdev




msg:3582137
 4:09 pm on Feb 22, 2008 (gmt 0)

No limitation on the number of words... just keep in mind that it's a small screen and that you should use chunking paragraphs.

I misunderstood you... I tried a google search at google.com from my mobile device. I have not tried a search at G mobile. Will do that and let you know.

Yes the same keyword research tools will suffice as keyphrase research is independent of desinging a site (screen size, fluidity, etc) for mobile applications.

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