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closetnoc says: "Terms 2 characters and less are ignored. Not sure that answers your question. But that is the Google bottom line according to what I have read." I'm a bit skeptical that you will ever be able to optimize anything with keyword density. As long as you use the keywords on the pages and they read naturally, you shouldn't have a problem. ...


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What you are describing is known as a "framed redirect". There are actually URLs for each page within the frame, browsers don't show them by default. Search engine robots such as Googlebot will find the frame URLs. Google will consider those URLs to the be the real URLs and it will put those URLs into the index. Google may even choose not to ...


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If you own website: Just go to Google webmaster >> Search Analytics >> Mark on position, Clicks and impression, and you will get all the data in your hand. To test on other website: If you want to test on other website, then first of, there is no any software, that track all the keywords/quires on particular webpage, yes tools like semrush, wordtracker ...


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Is there a way to guess the keyword traffic for a specific URL using just search engines and page source? No, a search engine needs you to tell it the search terms and it gives you content as results - but I believe you want to be told what keywords/search terms (that you have been unable to guess yourself) generate traffic to this URL. You need a ...


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Synonyms and plural versions of words are not needed. You do not have to tell search engines what they already know. The schema.org mark-up would be correct to use for something that is not normally recognized by the various ontologies that exist. Why do I say this? Because ontologies have been used in Google since the days when it was a research project. ...


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Meta keywords are useless. Google ignores them completely. Other search engines gives them very little weight. Instead you need to find ways to use both variants in natural ways. The main signal to Google that you should be ranking for a keyword is that you are using it. Find some places that you are using the term "Game decks" and replace it with ...


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Use structured data for disambiguation: <div itemscope itemtype="https://schema.org/Thing"> <h1 itemprop="name">Deck<h1> <meta itemprop="alternateName" content="deck" /> <link itemprop="sameAs" href="http://dbpedia.org/page/Playing_card" /> </div>



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