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Not too many keywords in the <title> tag

     
1:08 pm on May 1, 2018 (gmt 0)

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I have problems with the keywords in the <title>, before I used long tails I positioned myself well for these and then I climbed position even in the primary keywords example:

for this long tails I was in the top positions:

PARTICULAR FRENCH FEMALE NAMES

subsequently google positioned me well for

FRENCH FEMALE NAMES

and

FEMALE NAMES


now I'm in first position for PARTICULAR FRENCH FEMALE NAMES but I do not appear for FRENCH FEMALE NAMES or FEMALE NAMES.


To appear in FEMALE NAMES, do I have to enter other keywords?
3:09 am on May 2, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Consider that the results you get are not necessarily the same results that others get. SERPs are now built with the user's intent. Part of that intent is your profile: browser type, operating system, geo location, search history, logins, language, etc.

Pounding away with specific keyword searches likely has a much different intent than someone else looking for information with an entirely different profile.
4:10 am on May 2, 2018 (gmt 0)

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targeted search and auto suggest narrowly profiled for the user (from g's point of view) apparently is having an increasing effect on serp results. While long tail still has some value, I'm seeing different results for different folks on different machines. Does not work the way it used to. In some cases I'm seeing the long tail treated as the "keyword" all by itself and ignored for shorter queries. YMMV
10:57 am on May 2, 2018 (gmt 0)

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"Does not work the way it used to. In some cases I'm seeing the long tail treated as the "keyword" all by itself and ignored for shorter queries."



this is my problem.

for which long tail do not give more advantages it is better not to use them but to use short targeted keywords?