Any Good Tips For Selection?

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Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby epdmcoatings » Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:55 am

Any body can tell me about Any Good Tips For Selection of keywords? and also benefit of long tail and short tail.

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Postby pauloscula » Thu Apr 01, 2010 12:13 pm

Long tail keywords are good when your site is in a very competitive niche...
If you find short tail keywords that are not so competitive...it is perfect to use those..but they are very hard to find

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Postby dylan55 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 1:22 am

In selecting keywords, it must be relevant to the content and nature of your site.

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby therence » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:19 am

epdmcoatings wrote:Any body can tell me about Any Good Tips For Selection of keywords? and also benefit of long tail and short tail.


Whether you can achieve high rankings for competitive keywords or not, long tail keywords could be highly beneficial for you. If you have a website selling ‘Ralph Lauren Clothes’ but can’t pull any search engine traffic, rather than targeting the keyword ‘Ralph Lauren’, try targeting more specific keywords such as ‘Ralph Lauren Men's Clothing’. Hopefully you will see an increase in conversions and sales.
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Postby mrandrei » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:29 pm

In keyword selection, you should always look into the search volume and level of competitiveness. Keywords should also be based on your niche and target audience.

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Postby palme » Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:15 pm

Long tail more specific keywords is better , but the goal is by search engines and help of keywords your site be set and select, this means in the first page of search result, but you shall notice that what is chancen for a user write this target keywords

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Postby mdamin76 » Tue Jun 01, 2010 1:43 am

pauloscula wrote:Long tail keywords are good when your site is in a very competitive niche...
If you find short tail keywords that are not so competitive...it is perfect to use those..but they are very hard to find

Agree with this one.

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby westernsoftware10 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:16 pm

yes ofcourse all suggestion are appreciated about longtail keywords

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby probafix » Tue Jul 20, 2010 4:15 am

Here are some tips:-

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby Karan Singh » Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:07 am

Choose low competitive keywords which could generate high traffic.

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby MelbourneMarketing » Fri Dec 03, 2010 6:00 pm

Long-tailed keywords that are geographical in nature are beneficial for your business, especially if your niche is highly competitive. So, if you are offering "life coaching", you can make this more advantageous for your site if you will add your location and the kind of life coaching service you are offering. "Melbourne spiritual life coaching" will bring more targeted traffic for you.

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby YooHee » Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:51 am

your keywords must be non-competitive keywords, but have a lot of search volume, this way you can be sure that if your site rank at that keyword it'll be visited over and over again....


in long tail and short tail keywords, for me long tail keywords still have the power to increase your keyword ranking, because, using long tail keywords you can put like 2 or 3 keywords in 1 anchor phrase,.,,,,
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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby IT Staffing » Tue Dec 07, 2010 6:08 am

Choosing the Right Keywords

The most time consuming part of the whole process is usually finding the right keywords or phrases to use. Following these rules should make the decision a little easier:

· Who needs this service? Try to think about who would be interested in what the site has to offer. Then use these terms as keywords to reach a targeted audience.

· Include variations of the keywords: people search with a variety of terms so try to add misspelled words, capitalize some of them or add the plural version. Remember that people make mistakes, so by adding these words, the engine should pick up on traffic that the other sites have not taken into account. And what about people in other areas of the world? If they use a different term to describe a topic, this should be considered. For instance, in North America, the back of a car is called a “trunk”, but in the U.K. it is called the “boot”.

· Be specific: the more detailed the words, the better return the site will get. Be sure that all keywords are relevant to the site’s content.

Although search engines vary in how their sites are indexed, one thing is similar: the ranks are based on the chosen words. Before submitting any site to a search engine, it is important to think about the words being chosen. First, think about which words the average person would use to find the page. Then go to the competitor’s site and look at which keywords they are using (view the HTML source code). While there is no need to copy what the competitor is doing, it should give a good indication of why they are ranking so high. After this has been done, narrow the choices down between three to five words. Then test the competition for these words in a search engine such as Google, by typing in all keyword and phrase ideas. Or, for more help, try Wordtracker.

Catching the Eye of the Spider

Search engines often use spiders to crawl the Web, looking for keywords to pull from all sites. The spider basically counts the number of words on the page and determines what the keywords are by choosing which ones are used most frequently. These words then become the search terms when the spider takes this information back to the engines for ranking. Spiders also recognize key phrases as a single keyword.

Remember not to use common words, such as “the” or “and” because spiders have been programmed to ignore these words.

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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby YooHee » Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:35 am

try to choose keywords that have greater search volume per month... this way you can be sure that if you rank on the top there are a lot of people that can go to your site through that keyword...
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Re: Any Good Tips For Selection?

Postby geets007 » Wed Jan 26, 2011 7:04 pm

I've found the best way to asses your keyword situation is buy running a short google ad words campaign this way you can find out which key word are most cost effective in bring you traffic and all for a relatively low price.


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