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May
27
comment Is it a good idea to change/add keywords to an already well-ranking page?
Thanks, it was an interesting read. That said, I'm still not sure what the correct answer is here! :) I mean SEOs or otherwise still "target" certain keywords - some more successfully than others - so whether it's via stuffing (not in my case) or making subtle changes to meta tags or anchor text, I suppose I'm just looking to hear from someone who's experimented with this to see how their results turned out.
May
27
comment Is it a good idea to change/add keywords to an already well-ranking page?
OK, but in the example I gave, I would have to add "services" into "IT support company," which would be modifying the existing keyword. If I wish to optimise the whole page for additional keywords, they will most likely need to be represented in the h1 and the page title as well, which risks changing how Google perceives the page...
May
27
asked Is it a good idea to change/add keywords to an already well-ranking page?
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
asked Is it advisable to continue building links while attempting to remove a penalty?
Sep
14
awarded  Critic
Sep
14
accepted Does having a ccTLD mean your domains is less likely to show up in other countries?
Sep
14
comment Does having a ccTLD mean your domains is less likely to show up in other countries?
OK, thanks helps. Thank you.
Sep
13
comment Does having a ccTLD mean your domains is less likely to show up in other countries?
So in conclusion? :)
Sep
13
asked Does having a ccTLD mean your domains is less likely to show up in other countries?
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awarded  Curious
May
7
comment Is it worth always geotargeting your site?
Also, by country-specific I mean not e.g. google.co.uk, but google.co.uk, THEN Search Tools: Only show results in the UK... If that makes sense
May
7
comment Is it worth always geotargeting your site?
Also, by country-specific I mean not e.g. google.co.uk, but google.co.uk, THEN Search Tools: Only show results in the UK... If that makes sense
May
7
comment Is it worth always geotargeting your site?
Thank you for this. But my main question is, will appearing in a country-specific search engine either by geotargeting or Google's assumptions, somehow LIMIT or otherwise affect the appearance in other country-specific search engines?
May
7
comment Is it worth always geotargeting your site?
Thanks. I'm not sure about your last line though... Search performance can, from what you're saying, affect the country-specific searches your site shows up in. Is it not worth always just specifying though? Are you somehow limiting your visibility in other country-specific searches by doing so?
May
6
asked Is it worth always geotargeting your site?
May
5
comment Hreflang or geotargeting?
Thank you, I've accepted the answer. I've probably exhausted your good will at this point, but your update above left me with a lingering question that I can't help but ask. If everything you've told me is true, it suggests to me that it is in fact ALWAYS worth geotargeting (a gTLD), lest you leave it up to Google to decide which country-specific search your site shows up in? If Google makes assumptions, then I'm guessing it will simply decide which one to include you in, and therefore which others to exclude you from?
May
5
accepted Hreflang or geotargeting?
May
4
comment Hreflang or geotargeting?
just mentioning you in case you happened not to have seen the above... You'd have my eternal gratitude for answering this one last q! And the accepted answer of course!