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You are likely not using the Adwords Keyword Planner tool correctly. When you type a keyword into it, it defaults to "broad match". This means that it will show you how many people search for your term and all related concepts. From a practical perspective, that makes it look like there will be much more traffic on your term than actually exists. ...


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The report has recently been renamed: now you'll find the data under Acquisition > Search console > Queries. For this, you need to connect the Search Console with Google Analytics. In addition, this data is only for Google, not for Bing or other search engines like Yandex or Baidu.


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Please keep in mind that modern search engines use semantics and ontologies in their analysis. One ontology strips plural terms, both in the content and the search query, from plural to singular versions of the term. This is automatic and on the content indexing side, a plural term is indexed as both singular and plural. This means that car and cars are ...


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Well, at the moment of this post, you have one answer saying 'yes' and one answer saying 'no'. I guess you may be confused and I hope not make your confussion bigger, but my answer is: It doesn't matter. "Keyword density" is a SEO concept of 1990's and maybe 2000's, but this does no apply any more. SEO evolve and this is one of the things that are now part ...


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No, Search engines will not consider the alt tags in keyword density. It helps search engines to understand your images. The alt tag parameter will be consider for image searches. Alt tag also provides additional information to search engine to understand the content of the page. It is advisable that naming of the images should be proper to get better ...


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The appearance of keyword in any of your page elements, including title, description, headers, alt tags, link titles all contribute to the overall keyword density of your page. However, if these images do require inclusion of those keywords to describe the images aptly, don't shy away from using them. The goal is to make the content of the page (including ...


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An example of an actual <TITLE> element would have helped. Anyway, the <TITLE> element is the most important on-page factor for SEO as well as CTR, so it should be optimized properly. Do note that title elements beyond 65 chars would be truncated by Google in the SERPs, so you've gotta be a bit creative within that character limit. Stuffing in ...


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The weightage of keyword density in meta description for your SEO is now a very miniscule part of a super intelligent Google crawling and indexing algorithm. According to my experience the description should be as relevant as possible and it has huge importance as : This appears in the Google search result snippet which the actual user sees. If you have ...


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The concept of keyword density is obsolete in 2016. Putting a keyword twice or thrice is no better than having it once, more so in obscure tags like Meta Description which had been heavily abused in the past to influence ranks. Craft a description that does what it is supposed to do; describe the content of the page in a nutshell. Don't make it look spammy ...


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I saw these kids set up a lemonade stand down the street. Why haven't they sold any lemonade? My point is, just cause you throw something out there doesn't mean people will come flocking to it. Do they have a reason to do so? Remember, your page is one of billions and billions with similar and same content. Why do you think anyone knows it's there?


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There are a few things you should know. 1] Most websites are poorly optimized. 2] Most sites with SEO help are still poorly optimized. 3] Terms found in a URL domain name are significant. 4] Terms found within content can easily overcome the lack of the same terms within the URL domain name. 5] Keywords, in of themselves, is not how search works. 6] ...


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You could tap into their search engine space by using the same sorts of keywords that they use - but keywords are only one aspect of SEO. If they have more established sites with high quality content and higher quality backlinks, it will be safe to assume that for a little while their sites will rank higher than yours in the Google index. It is also ...



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