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keyword in title, but SEO tool report that it isn't

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by loginname, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hey

    I have a website, lets again call it crazystuff.com which I've optimized for the keyword crazy stuff. The title is CrazyStuff.com

    Now I've done a test with the free seo tool at instantpostion.com,
    and it reports that my keyword don't exists in the title.

    Not sure what I need to do, maybe I should split the words, like :
    Crazy Stuff or something, that search engines has trouble seeing the different words....

    any suggestions?
     
  2. Hellfire

    Hellfire Regular Member

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    Maybe the free service is wrong?
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  3. dailyearner

    dailyearner BANNED BANNED

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    websitegrader(dot)com i check your website there
    no problem for your title
     
  4. AdisLCS

    AdisLCS Power Member

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    I usually never put domain in meta title or description, unless it is a branding for a site or product name. Depending what keywords the domain is SE might not see the right keywords - if you have certain keywords written together - sometimes they can be read in different ways.

    if my domain is crazy stuff
    my title is crazy stuff or Crazy Stuff if Brand - description will start something like:
    Crazy stuff. So crazy you have to love the stuff...

    besides that make sure the services are actually updated, sometimes they lag and show cache.
    good luck