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4:12 pm on Feb 24, 2003 (gmt 0)

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can fast sperrate common words in the domain title?..im sure google can but is there any evidence that fast sees discountwidgets as two keywords?
11:26 am on Feb 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

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hi soapystar,

alltheweb is capable of doing this, too. but it won't work if you select the phrase checkbox.

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ok..but i was really thinking about the algo...will discountwidgets count as keywords in the same way as discount-widgets?
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>>will discountwidgets count as keywords in the same way as discount-widgets?<<

I strongly doubt it... How would they know where the break is? At best, they'd have to guess using a dictionary, but the number of combinations would be daunting.

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I do not believe google has separated my title words. Now, for example, I split the domain name (name1name2.com) in the title as name1 name2.com. Seems to work better this way.
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i know for a fact that google can read these as seperate words...
1:24 am on Mar 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Soapystar

You said "i know for a fact that google can read these as seperate words..."

Can you show us an example of where google will treat discountwidgets the same way as discount-widgets?

If it did - wouldn't the search therefore be the same?

If your assertion is correct - wouldn't there be identical results for these 2 searches?

It doesn't treat them the same!

 

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