Keyword use in Title

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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #10 on: 05-21-2010, 11:51:31 »
Yes it does make a difference I've split tested it on many occaissions, the problem is that you have to experiment to see which one works best for your set of keywords. To this day there's no one technique or recommendation!

So in short, yes it will effect it but no we don't know how it works. One tip though is to always use Uppercaps for your main keyword!


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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #11 on: 05-24-2010, 21:16:29 »
Using your keyword in your article title is recommended, search engines will pay attention it's one of the biggest parts of your web page they look for when rating sites to keywords

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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #12 on: 05-31-2010, 07:35:41 »
In my views the last (3rd) one is better because here you are providing specific keywords with the separators and one more important thing is that your keyword is coming on the first position of the title.

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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #13 on: 06-04-2010, 02:49:54 »
Hello,

A good tip to use is once you have picked your keywords, when you are putting them into the body of your text you can put them in headings, such as <h1> <h2> and also putting them in bold font helps with the weighting of the keywords, so the search engines will value it more highly.

Just a small, yet effective tip.

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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #14 on: 06-27-2011, 06:56:35 »
You use your keywords in title tag


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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #15 on: 06-29-2011, 15:06:13 »
If you want your article, post, or video to have a chance at a high ranking by search engines you must choose your title and color your content based on keyword research. Finding highly searched title keywords is your first step toward being found on the internet.

Many people pick their titles based on what they think sounds good or clever, never giving one thought to the likelihood those exact title words are ever searched for on the internet.
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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #16 on: 07-01-2011, 06:37:14 »
Keyword in titles are very important for getting high SERP rankings.
Also, SEs use these keywords to discover what your web page is all about.

It will be good if you place your keyword in with in first 7 words in your title.
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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #17 on: 07-05-2011, 06:20:38 »
Use key words one time in title

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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #18 on: 07-07-2011, 16:33:14 »
Does it make any difference in terms of SEO by changing the position of the keyword on the title? Such as using it at the beginning (the first word) or at the last?

This is an example:
Our target SEO keyword is: Yarn

Which title should be better?

1- Yarn Paradise
2- Your Brand Yarn
3- Yarn Center | Your Brand's Yarn

OR all these don't make any difference?

From my experiences and knowledge, it's better to have the keywords at the beginning. Take lose weight as an example. "Lose weight fast" would be a better SEO keyword than "Tips to lose weight" in my opinion.


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Re: Keyword use in Title
« Reply #19 on: 07-11-2011, 07:54:43 »
You can use your keywords in your title

 

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