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drop words and show what's missing from individual results if the combination of words gives few results
joined:May 27, 2015
I may not get the lion's share of the market, but at least I'll get the audience I meant to reach in the first place.
These kinds of queries are unique in some way, not a lot of people use them, there's no competition for these kinds of queries - which in turn would render me to optimize keywords like "get rid of acid reflux". I may not get the lion's share of the market, but at least I'll get the audience I meant to reach in the first place.
]Can you really count on that in the post-Hummingbird "conversational search" era, when (to borrow a phrase from Matt Cutts) Google is focusing on "things, not strings"?
On average 15% of all consumers are searching Google with their own custom search word(s).
In May 2015, Google announced that 15% of all searches are unique. Think about that. On average 15% of all consumers are searching Google with their own custom search word(s).
joined:May 22, 2015
Logic would assume that you could eventually get enough negative keywords to weed out the chaff, but mathematically I think the possibilities are infinite.
While there may be an infinite number of negative words there will also be an infinite number of positive words which also means an infinite number of conversions.
Conversions are still possible but the rate at which those conversions occur is much lower.