Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlackHatRael, Nov 14, 2013.
I did this a couple of years ago fo the term "Deja Vu"
In French the have the accent and grave over the E and A (or is that the other way around...you know what I mean) but most times when written in English - they don't
Google keyword had both listed and the results were VERY different
The old Google KW tool often had two very similar words listed with identical specs meaning (I'm pretty sure) that it dealt with them as the same word or phrase.
i.e "specialized" and "specialised" would have identical EPC, monthly , competing ..you name it.
Deja Vu and the French spelling (which I can't work out on this keyboard) had totally different metrics.
That being the case here (it might - no guanrantee) I would go for both and maybe even have two landing pages. Mixing them up might confuse Big G as it probably (for some reason) thinks they are different.
As Scritty has mentioned, have a look at the keyword analytics for each version of the word. If they have completely different results it probably means you would have to target one or the other, or both separately.
Appreciate the quick response guys.
In my case the results in ranking are slightly different, the number one is number two in one version of the keyword and vice versa, but I want to rape the traffic on both keywords.
They have same results page except 1st and 2nd position so I think Google resolve that, plus I see similar pattern from others keywords who are the same with and without accent.
I will use the second keyword to theme my page.
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