Individual word or phrase in keyword?

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Post by hadiyarobins »

you can use Keyword phrases in keyword meta tag.
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Post by chrisbroad »

using keyword phrase is better than single keyword.

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Post by mrLenin »

Basics on practice good way is use both single keyword and keyword phrase.
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Post by stuart888 »

The keyword phrase works well, as your link is part of what a user sees in the search engine results. For me, just having florida in the DNS is fine. But having fun florida getaways is more along the lines a person would be looking for.

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Post by stevewaganer »

using keyword in key phrases is better than using individual keyword. you can use both keyword and keyphrases in keyword meta tag but i ll suggest you should use key phrase in title tag.
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Post by lajocar »

use "toronto loft for rent"

It is simple for your website rank top with that combination

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Post by weblaunchphxx »

You should use both.As i see that single word keywords have more competition.

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Post by weblaunchphxx »

You should use both single word keyword and keyword phrases.

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Post by agbdesign »

"toronto loft for rent" will definitely be more successful for you. Try adding that as alt text for some of the pictures you have on the site also, could help out a lot

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Re: Individual word or phrase in keyword?

Post by badshah01 »

cbella wrote:I'm trying to optimize my web page and am trying to understand how search engines look at the keyword meta tag. In order to rank higher in search results, should I use individual words seperated by commas or word phrases seperated by commas in my keyword?

For example, taking the phrase "toronto loft for rent", do I construct my keyword as "toronto loft for rent" or "toronto, loft, rent"?

Thanks in advance!
As of my knowledge, search engine spiders look out for the words; not the format. So, use it anyway.

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Post by guruananth »

google is not doing that at all.MSN looks into meta you add meta tags in your pages

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Post by Jimm »

Write original articals everyday, layout your keywords in your keyword. Search engines like orignal posts.

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Post by sharon.gmc »

From your posts, I figured that it is best to use both single keywords and keyword phrases. But will that make it redundant?

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Post by los_angeles_sales_trainin »

Try adwords suggestion tools, you may get an idea of how these works.
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