how to choose keywords?

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how to choose keywords?

Post by stacychen »

i choose nice asian food as the keyword of my website ,compared delicious asian food , which one will bring me more traffic? thanks
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Post by Sofia101 »

I would suggest you to check the KEI of these keywords and choose the one which has less KEI. It is the keyword effective Index. It is calculated by dividing no. of times a keyword is searched up on number of results.

Use Adword to find these numbers
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Post by anamaaria2513 »

I suggest you to check :

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Post by wahm375 »

I didn’t ask the question, but thanks for the great tips. I have just been performing searches on Wordtracker’s free tool and mixing it up between a few popular keywords and less popular ones. I love this forum; I am learning so much!
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Post by avoid-debt »

yeah !
i think so..Nice Asian Food is better than Delicious..

but you have to check it what will be the result.
goodluck !
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Post by Abbey »

I am seeking for help from all of you on how to choose the right keyword for my website. My company is a Business Process Outsourcing Company specializing in Web Designing and Web Development. We also do Administrative support jobs like Data Entry, Mining, Processing and Conversion.

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Post by jayguy »

Play around with the adwords tool. Also use wordtracker keyword selection tool.

Longer tail keywords are where its at now.

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Post by rayter »

Use the Google keyword suggestion tool to know which keywords have good search volume. "Asian Food" is a way too competitive keyword. You'll have a hard time optimizing your site using that keyword.

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Post by KrazyG »

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Post by riazishere »

key word must attractive and try to make it unique. such as yah!

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Post by Bernie01 »

check first your menus so that you can see the effect of your websites.

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Post by awfuae »

Use Google Adwords keyword Tool for getting more ideas for a particular keyword..

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Post by mdamin76 »

Suggestion :

asian food
asian food channel
asian foods
asian food recipes
asian food market chapel hill, nc
asian food market
asian food store in colorado
delicious asian food

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Post by shubh »

I would suggest nice Asian food. But don't forget to check the keyword effective Index of both selected keyword phrases. If you are in catering field, give a though for 'get Asian food'.
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Post by mrandrei »

Choose both competitive and less competitive keywords. That way, you'll get a better chance of getting good ranking in Google.

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