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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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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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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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