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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by geass, Sep 9, 2011.

  1. geass

    geass Registered Member

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    Let's say the keyword targeted is "church chairs" and I put in title "good church chairs".

    Is it better if the title is "church chairs"? Does the additional word in the title remove weight from the targeted keyword?

    I always wondered about that?
     
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    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Either way is fine and I have found that the extra words in the title get you some ancillary traffic that you may not have gotten in the past.

    How I buy Good Church Chairs
    Pricing for New Church Stairs

    Variations such as that work nicely.
     
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  3. mangobajito

    mangobajito Power Member

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    adding S to the keyword will be fine
    ex:-churchchairss
     
  4. geass

    geass Registered Member

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    Very Interesting!!
    Thank you very much..
     
  5. wookie85

    wookie85 Junior Member

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    In my experience it is best to add some more words, like "best" "good" or whatever else but try to have your main keyword as close to the beginning as possible.

    Church Chairs - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

    is better than

    Good Church Chairs and Not So Good Ones

    if you get my point.
     
  6. geass

    geass Registered Member

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    thank you for this answer, this is what I see most people doing
     
  7. anonymous12345

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    The word good is superfluous unless it is part of the phrase you are fishing for. You have only so many characters in a T Tag - don't waste them. Write your T Tags with the same consideration u put in2 an adword ad. Your T Tag IS your adword ad.