Hey guys. So you I guess I have been another victim of the [broad] and [exact] search term dilema. I have my website like on first pages for ya/bing. After a long time of work. According to traffic travis, my keyword is medium difficulty to rank for. So yesterday I was reading a thread here, I think on funny fails. And I think I noticed how some people get confused when trying to rank for a term whether to look at the [exact] search term or the [broad] search term. When I looked for my keyword and global hits. It was around 50,000 hits a month. But what I realized what I should have done is look for the exact search term and I did and now I only will have like around 1,500 hits a month. This is bs, Im so mad at myself. Next time I know if you want to rank for a keyword, and if you are looking at google keyword tool. Use the [exact] term phrase, not the [broad] one. And for you newbie IM'ers remember this especially. It would suck to have all your work done and realize that you messed up and not use the exact search term.