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Different title for different keyword on SERP, is this normal?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by cbnoob, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    Hi,

    I have a website which is optimized for a keyword, say "my secret kw" and my domain name is: mysecretkw.org

    Few months ago, I used "my secret kw" as the title tag but recently, I changed the title to "my secret kw abc"

    And guess what, few minutes ago, when I search for "my secret kw", the old title appears, but when I search for "my secret kws", the new title, which is "my secret kw abc" appear.

    Is this a problem with google? They store two version of a site in their data? both results point to my main page, which is mysecertkw.org

    Thanks
     
  2. navone

    navone Registered Member

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    The first one will drop in the rankings soon, most likely.
     
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    enSo Regular Member

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    they simply update the listings at different intervals for different keywords. It's not something you need to stress over.
     
  4. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    honestly, I'm not anxious by this symptom but doesn't it look very weird? Why google keep 2 versions of a website at the same time?