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keyword vs "keyword"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peedeefish, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. peedeefish

    peedeefish Newbie

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    In g00gle, "keyword" ranks number 1, but keyword ranks 57. I get the quotes in the Adwords Keyword Tool, exact search, but in g00gle search, I am using the exact search term. What gives?

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    When checking in the keyword tool for number of searches to see if a keyword is worth going after you always want to look at exact searches. This gives you the number of people who type in the exact keyword phrase you are looking at.


    When you are wanting to see where you are going to be when people search for your keyword you want to use keyword (no quotes). Using quotes is going to give you very misleading results because very few people use quotes when searching. Because of this the ranking you have when using quotes really does not matter at all.
     
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    Ya we need to figure this out how google work and how bing works.
     
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    The information is out there you just need to make use of it.