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Assuming the phrase is: "android phone battery exchange and repair" You are in luck. Any of these keywords should perform well on their own or in small phrases. As well, the phrase would not be inappropriate for a page title either. I tend to recommend a slight modification of the headline read order method. It just plain works though you will need to play ...


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There is no need for a custom report as suggested by that answer on StackOverflow. There is a report that does exactly what you want: In the left hand list of reports, navigate to: Acquisition Keywords Paid This report lists your keywords. By default it shows 10 but you can use the "Show rows" drop down to show up to 5000 of them at a time. Your goal ...


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As closetnoc has stated: you are keyword stuffing. Removing keywords from your page is likely to help you look less spammy and will help you rank better. You are stuffing so many keywords into your pages that Google is likely to be filtering them as spam. Your keyword filled links seem to be a big part of the reason that Google isn't ranking the page ...


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Just because you think a page is optimized for a keyword, does not mean the search engines do. There are a lot of factors that go into ranking a web page and you do not control many of them. And if your optimization efforts seem to be unnatural it may hurt your page's chances of ranking. There is no definite way to diagnose this as we do not have access ...


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Using a word many times on your site does not help you rank for it. Nor does Google determine what your website is about based on which words you use most. One of my sites uses the word "rectangle" four times on every single page. It is the text about different sizes of images to download. My site isn't about rectangles. Google knows my site isn't ...


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I think you answered your own question in the first statement. Using the same anchor text for a lot of your links is not a good idea. Instead, try using something more descriptive. However, this is very common so I would not get fixated on this unless your entire page says nothing but "read more". Search engines are smart enough to recognize that "Read ...


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It is almost impossible to get an accurate list of current terms and potential terms. Google Webmaster Tools does give you some insight. You know that already. As well, Google Analytics will give you some too though they are often hidden behind the dreaded (not provided). You can ferret out these keywords. Here is one link: ...



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