Keyword stuffing

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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #20 on: 04-05-2016, 23:57:18 »
WebPages are often filled with repetitive usage of keywords, this is called keyword stuffing. Repeating your keywords in an unnatural way is not good for your users and often results in a lower - not higher, ranking in Google.


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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #21 on: 04-12-2016, 04:23:56 »
keyword stuffing is when someone attempts to manipulate their position in the search results by concentrating relevant keywords. Search  Engines can tell when keywords are abnormally distributed throughout  the text or in a website's Meta tags.

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Keyword  Stuffing is known as an unethical Search Engine Optimization technique that involves adding an excessive amount of Keywords into the HTML or Tags of a  webpage to bring more traffic to a  Website. Search Engines are now well equipped to deal with that sort of Unethical SEO technique.

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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #22 on: 04-29-2016, 05:26:42 »
Keyword Stuffing is known as an unethical search engine optimization technique that involves adding an excessive amount of keywords into the HTML or tags of a webpage to bring more traffic to a  website. Google,one of the main search engines, has parameters that check for keyword stuffing hidden away from the eyes of the casual website viewer.

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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #23 on: 06-02-2016, 05:23:17 »
The term "keyword stuffing" has been around since the early days of SEO. It is used to describe a shady technique website owners adopt in order to manipulate their site's search ranking for a particular keyword or set of keywords.

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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #24 on: 06-16-2016, 02:36:17 »
Keyword tools it is not a big problem! Keywords tools can be:
- free
- paid tools
Free Keyword Research Tools, are:
- Google Keyword Planner
- Google Trends
- Keyword Tool.io
Paid Keyword Research Tools
- Term Explorer
Price: $34/mo. for Basic; $97/mo. for Pro; $499/mo. for Agency
- Moz's Keyword Difficulty Tool
Price: $99/mo. for Standard; $149/mo. for Medium; $249/mo. for Large; $599/mo. for Premium
- SEMrush
Price: $69.95/mo. for Pro; $149.95/mo. for Guru; $549.95/mo. for Business
- Ahrefs
Price: $99/mo. for Lite; $179/mo. for Standard; $399/mo. for Advanced
- Accuranker
Price: $19.95/mo. for Beginner; $29.95/mo. for Pro 300; $44.95/mo. for Pro 600; $74.95/mo. for Pro 1K


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Re: Keyword stuffing
« Reply #25 on: 09-21-2020, 00:27:21 »
Keyword stuffing is widely condemned by search engines, and the activity could lead to a search penalty. In other words, if you fill your page with needless keywords, it won't improve your chances of ranking higher.
Nizam Ali,
Marketing Executive - Digital Transformation Company.

 

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