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I searched but did not find any good exact information so I am questioning here to get information from experienced persons.

  1. Is it normal for search engines that every page-title of website pages start and end with same word with only un-matching middle word?

  2. Also all website pages URLs can start with the same word?

  3. Also all <h1> tags in website pages can end with the same word?

This is easy to set same words for each page, but which way is best for seo for all pages?

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Is it normal for search engines that every page-title of website pages start and end with same word with only un-matching middle word?

Normal? No. Somewhat common, yes...for sites that are attempting to game the search engines. This is not a recommended action for most sites.

Also all website pages URLs can start with the same word?

I wouldn't do this. Makes your site look spammy.

Also all tags in website pages can end with the same word?

You can but I still wouldn't do this because, again, spammy behavior.

A lot of information and sites on SEO are way out of date or was never good advice to begin with. The way to good rankings in the search engines now is a combination of on-page and off-page elements of which the exact keywords on the site plays only a small factor. In fact, it is easier to hurt your SEO by gaming the keywords than it is to help yourself.

Create sites than are mobile-responsive, fast to load, and provide clear navigation combined with a good user experience. Create content that delivers your message in a clear and easy-to-consume manner, using language that is appropriate to the audience. If you do that, your issues with SEO and keywords will resolve themselves. Gaming the system will only net you a short-term benefit at best and, at worst, sets you up for severe long-term penalties.


To use your "Best Smartwatch" example in the comments above, it is perfectly natural to have a page on your site titled:

"Which is the best smartwatch on the market today?"

and to also have an opening sentence like:

"There has been an explosion of smartwatches in the last year with devices running Android, iOS and other operating systems. But which is the best smartwatch today?"

and then go from there. Same sort of concluding sentence and one assumes the phrase "best smartwatch" appears in the content naturally and normally. This type of keyword use is considered good SEO.

On the other hand, consider a page with the title:

"Best Smartwatch from Best SmartWatch dot Com: Best Smartwatches"

and an opening sentence of:

"Best Smartwatches are the best smartwatch that users of smartwatch like best and best smartwatch can be iOS or Android or Fitbit and are the best smartwatch to use for email, text message or fitness tracking because they are best smartwatch"

Aside from being both a grammatical and syntactical disaster which will raise your bounce rate, the above will more than likely get you flagged as a spammer. Make sense?

  • and will google also see the word spam when that word is also present in domain name. And can not we do branding in page title with only one keyword from domain name at the end of page title? – BlackFire May 5 '16 at 21:32
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    Penalties last until you remove the thing that is causing the penalty. Your domain name is not considered spam, but if you have the word in the domain, in every URL, in every title, and littered throughout the content at a certain level, Google's algorithm will come to the conclusion you are spamming that word and apply a penalty. tl;dr DON'T TRY TO GAME GOOGLE. THEY ARE SMARTER THAN YOU. – JCL1178 May 5 '16 at 21:40
  • I am trying to remove all the words at start and end of all things, but can't i use just a one same keyword in title's end because if i don't then the title will become one word title like `<title>Watches</title> is it good for users? – BlackFire May 5 '16 at 21:46
  • There are too many websites who do branding with domain name which contains also a keyword, can't i do that? – BlackFire May 5 '16 at 21:50
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    See my edits above. Generally speaking, I find that whenever someone has to ask "is this good for users" it generally means it isn't going to be good for users. Create your site the way you would prefer to be marketed towards. Treat your users with the same respect with which you would want to be treated. – JCL1178 May 5 '16 at 21:51

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