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Keyword Mechanic Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Tester579, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Tester579

    Tester579 Newbie

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    Please, bare with me as I'm still new here. I've selected a set of keywords that I'd like to start working towards using Market Samurai and research through the big G.

    I would like some information on keyword mechanics.

    Lets say my keyword(s) are as follows:

    1) Cogswell Industrial Cogs - 2000 searches a day
    2) Cogswell Industrial Cog - 1200 searches a day
    3) 12v Cogswell Industrial Cogs - 1000 searches a day
    4) 12v Cogswell Industrial Cog - 800 searches a day

    I'd like to take #1 first as it has the most searches however, number 3 contains ALL the keywords (and a word/letter or two more).

    If I create backlinks focusing on "12v Cogswell Industrial Cogs", wouldn't that also cover me for "Cogswell Industrial Cogs" (my number 1 term)? Could I get coverage for all four examples simply by focusing on example 3 since it contains the keywords of all the others?

    Thank you ahead of time for helping out the new guy.
     
  2. Tester579

    Tester579 Newbie

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    Hate to bump my own thread but does anyone have a clue on this?
     
  3. affiliate_onlinebiz

    affiliate_onlinebiz Junior Member

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    You have to treat all of your keywords as distinct keywords. If you have a list of 3 keywords and one of them contains all the others, it doesn't mean you'll rank for all of them on the same position in Google.
     
  4. seosutra

    seosutra Regular Member

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    Tester, Affiliate made that very precise. Thats the answer. Searching for A B is not equal to searching for B A. Hence, each of them is unique string. As advise, you can see what your competition is for each string. If you see lots of competition for short string, then you can get go with big string ( called the long tail )

    Then gradually you can build pages and backlinks for smaller phrases. Also remember, dont go for phrases that are dont have potential. Eg " Free porn " is worth less ( though the search vol will be very large ) than trying to rank for porn from USA with btolonde girl ( which will be relative very less )

    Let me know if u have more concerns. Get Market Samurai ( its available in the d/l section ) good for analysis.