Plural Keywords

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Plural Keywords

Post by Kari833 »

I saw some posts on this but couldn't find the exact answer I was looking for, so I hope I can word this right...

Will a search for a singular form of a word (ie: photo) pull up websites containing all forms of that word (photo, photos, photograph, photographs, photography, etc)?

Therefore, am I better off using the simplified word form (photo) as a keyword, or should I try to use all of those terms as keywords?

I'm new to the forum and webdesign, so I really appreciate all the help I can get. Thanks a bunch.

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Plural Keywords

Post by thusharaherath »

You should try to use the plural keywords within your Tile and Meta tags. When you use plural keywords, it automatically covers the singular keywords too. For example, if you use photos within your keyword list, it includes the keyword photo too.

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Post by princess »

^nice one, thanks for that information :) i was also confuse about the plural forms of keywords

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Post by hadiyarobins »

uou should use plural keywords in title and meta tags.

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Post by mrLenin »

It was new for me that when I use plural keywords, it automatically covers the singular keywords too. Thanks. Now I have a lot of fix .

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Post by VladTepes »

i've noticed some sites putting keywords, either singular or plural on their site as sort of keywords they are targetting, maybe you should also plan those keywords to put and target with respect to keyword search result per month
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Re: Plural Keywords

Post by riyajindal »

Ssearch engine sometimes considers the singular and plural version of a keyword to be different, as reported in Search Engine Journal

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