Ranking for abbreviattions

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Offline fabiobianchiwebdevTopic starter

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Ranking for abbreviattions
« on: 09-10-2016, 18:15:33 »
I'm a beginner, so my doubt could be very simple.

I have this business directory for restaurants, for example, and doing the keyword research I found that some people look for it using phrases like "restaurants NY" instead of 'restaurants new york'.
So, if I'm blogging about it or describing the subject of the page dedicated to the restaurants in New York, should I write exactly like the keyword used on searches (restaurants NY) or can I write the usual and more formal way: restaurants in New York?

My question is if the phrase: "restaurant in New York" will catch (ranked?) for the searches for "restaurant NY"?

Related to that question, there's any way (using a code, slug or something else) to address a specific part of my text to a keyword. Like "behind the text itself"?

I'm using WordPress.

Thank you all!

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Re: Ranking for abbreviattions
« Reply #1 on: 09-18-2016, 14:55:43 »
Hi Fabio,

in some cases Google makes "bonds" between keyword, for example between synonyms. I'm not sure about abbreviations.
I usually make way to use both versions of the keywords anyway, to be sure.


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