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  • bayliner75
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Hi Guys

Thanks for all your help in the past,

At present when i type three keywords in google to find my website eg.

catered chalet chatel i may appear on the 9 page,but soon as i type catered chalet (taking away the town ) i do not appear. I understand having 3 keywords and the town helps narrow the search down. Is it just a matter of time before the engines will pick the two key words or is there something i can do.

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The two word phrase is much more competitve then the three word phrase. You just need to continue to work on your free search optimization. Just because your rank for one longer phrase, doesn't mean you will rank for the same shorter phrase.
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I agree, but also, it will be different even if you will change the alingment of the words eg. - hello good morning, and, good morning hello, will get different ranking, you should check what ppl are searching more and have your keywords aim for that !
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Yes. Order matters there.. If you swap the keywords of 2 keyword phrase then you will get different Search volume. So always choose Less Competetive but High Searchable keywords.
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3 phrases consider as long tail keywords, the most competitive was using atleast 2 phrases, but guys can anyone explain.. as me a seacher i find more to search using long tail keyword.. why is it. long tail is not really consider?...
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Right, it's better to target your 2 phrase keywords if you can. It is the most effective. Look, just think in general.

Did online users prefer to search for a thing using a long phrases? What do you think?
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potchie wrote:
3 phrases consider as long tail keywords, the most competitive was using atleast 2 phrases, but guys can anyone explain.. as me a seacher i find more to search using long tail keyword.. why is it. long tail is not really consider?...


If you will put yourself in their shoes, and what will you choose? a 2 word key phrase or a 3 word keyphrase? For me of course I will choose the 2 word key phrase because it is easier for me to type it and it is easier to remember!
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for me two keywords is much better because it easy to search in the search engine.

bayliner75 wrote:
Hi Guys

Thanks for all your help in the past,

At present when i type three keywords in google to find my website eg.

catered chalet chatel i may appear on the 9 page,but soon as i type catered chalet (taking away the town ) i do not appear. I understand having 3 keywords and the town helps narrow the search down. Is it just a matter of time before the engines will pick the two key words or is there something i can do.

Regards

Paolo
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zhaira wrote:
for me two keywords is much better because it easy to search in the search engine.

bayliner75 wrote:
Hi Guys

Thanks for all your help in the past,

At present when i type three keywords in google to find my website eg.

catered chalet chatel i may appear on the 9 page,but soon as i type catered chalet (taking away the town ) i do not appear. I understand having 3 keywords and the town helps narrow the search down. Is it just a matter of time before the engines will pick the two key words or is there something i can do.

Regards

Paolo

i this agree.. you can find more and accurate result on using long tail keywords..
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you can find most relevant SERPs by typing a long tail keyword, yet ppl normally do type an easy search for they type just "it's over" or "over" instead of typing "relationship breakup" while seeking online counseling.
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For starters, you appear to have Over 50 posts on this forum alone (Not counting any other forums you may frequent). I would start by adding a signature & anchor the words "catered chalet". in simple terms - Hyperlink "catered chalet" to direct to your root url.

While forums don't hold much IBL link juice, they do have some & it can aid you in your relevant IBL campaign. Not to mention that a search engine also algorithmically calculates anchor text as to the importance of your site for the Key Phrase anchored.

Just one of thousands of tips, I wish you luck!

(Note: the above suggestion only works for Forums that allow signatures to be followed, a NoFollow forum will only benefit you from direct click traffic & Branding recognition.)
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I believe this form is a NoFollow

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