How does google deal with words inside words?

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How does google deal with words inside words?
« on: 11-09-2012, 06:42:49 »
This may be a pretty basic question altough i was not able to find any useful answers via google..
When i try to optimize a specific keyword, for example "stupid" and for some reason have to use "stupidquestion" as an anchor instead, does it effect my ranking on "stupid" positive anyway? How big is the difference?
And another question: would the effect be better with "stupid-question" as anchortext?
Thx for your help in advance.

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Re: How does google deal with words inside words?
« Reply #1 on: 01-27-2019, 22:36:05 »
Google only returns Web pages that contain all of the words in your query. When you're deciding what words to put in the search box, try to choose words that are likely to appear on the site you're looking for.

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Re: How does google deal with words inside words?
« Reply #2 on: 05-26-2019, 08:09:58 »
It's better not to use exact match anchor texts for your keyword and it seems you know that. I think I know what you're trying to do. Go for some diversity in your anchor texts while keeping the main keyword inside. However, this might not be a good idea as Google might find these grammar mistakes as an attempt to influence your search results. It's all about brands now try to build on that rather than focusing on keywords.

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Re: How does google deal with words inside words?
« Reply #3 on: 06-06-2019, 03:22:15 »
Google Translate operate on statistics rather than rules. They look for patterns in hundreds of millions of documents that have already been translated by human translators. Google Translate makes special use of UN documents, which are translated in all six official UN languages, and thus provide simplified data. No, they do not have any database for all words of a particular language. eSense Translations also works in a great way. If you need perfect translation then you should hire skilled and experienced translator. You can even call dedicated telephone interpreting line.


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