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SEO assistance please

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by reinie, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. reinie

    reinie Elite Member

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    Ok guys...so i recently took note of my google dashboard and found that all my keywords that is getting picked up are junk.

    My pages are optimized, but for some reason my dashboard shows stuff like:

    tһе
    3. tο
    4. уου
    5. οf
    6. аחԁ
    8. уουr
    9. Ñ–Ñ•
    10. Ñ–×—
    15. fοr
    16. tһеח
    17. аrе
    18. card
    19. wÑ–tÒ»
    21. wһісһ
    22. tһіѕ
    23. wÑ–É©É©
    24. quality
    25. Ñ–t
    26. tһаt
    27. οr
    30. bе
    32. frοm
    35. һаνе
    36. thе
    37. οח
    42. саח
    43. bу
    44. аѕ
    51. חοt
    56. саn
    58. аnԁ
    59. aחԁ
     
  2. origin

    origin Regular Member

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    Try to add your desired keywords on image's alt (alternative text).
    Also make your keywords in bold.
     
  3. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    That's okay, just make sure your keyword is in the important spots like the domain name, meta title, and <h1>, <strong> etc.
     
  4. reinie

    reinie Elite Member

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    ok thanks.

    when i chek my keyword clouds etc its all fine and it has the right keywords, just google dashboard that showed this.
     
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    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yeah I've noticed similar things on some of my sites before. It's like analytics forgets its filters or something. When algorithms sort through a site looking for relevant keywords, the first thing looked for is which words are used the most. That's why keyword density plays a part in SEO. But the algorithms should filter out common words like 'the', 'and', 'is', etc. before pesenting you with the list of most relevant keywords.

    For some reason analytics doesn't filter out those words sometimes. It shouldn't matter because the keywords you actually are targeting should still be getting picked up as well. I just figure it's a glitch and don't worry about it. You might try using some other tools to check what keywords your ranking best for.
     
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