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Can I join two keywords into one phrase and get both?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Dimitri001, Aug 4, 2017.

  1. Dimitri001

    Dimitri001 Newbie

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    Suppose I want to hit two keywords, "easy carwash" and "carwash service" and I write in a page heading "easy carwash service," am I hitting both at once in doing that?
     
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    Yes. It's a related term.

    But use all three terms in your text and subheadings.
     
  3. Dimitri001

    Dimitri001 Newbie

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    So it's viewed as three separate terms rather than a phrase?

    Like, if Keyword Planner gives me "easy carwash," in order to rank for that I don't have to have the terms appear along side each other, they can be in separate paragraphs and it's just as good?

    Or I can, for ex., in a heading have "This carwash is so easy" and I'm hitting the "easy carwash" keyword?
     
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  5. Dimitri001

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    And what about if Keyword Planner gives me these two:

    easy carwash

    carwash service

    and then I have this text on my page:

    "It is very easy to find a carwash that provides cheap service."

    Is THAT hitting both of them or do the words have to appear together as a phrase?
     
  6. Syrus Enriquez

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    Yes ofc