What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #1 on: 03-09-2017, 22:44:20 »
Head Keywords are all High Search Keywords & also highly competitive in nature. So generally keyword ranking in SERP will take a long time.

Long tail keywords are very specific & almost low search volume in nature, so it comparatively takes short time to rank.

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #2 on: 03-09-2017, 23:45:42 »
In SEO, It’s terribly straightforward to be told what area unit head keywords and long tail keywords. Let Pine Tree State offer you an easy example.

Head term keywords with example:
Suppose you're into SEO niche. the pinnacle term for this niche might be “SEO tools”. this can be the pinnacle term of this niche. Head term means that principal term of any niche. For fashion niche, “Fashion” is that the head term.

Long tail keywords with example:
For SEO niche, there long tail keywords are “search engine improvement tutorial for beginners”. It’s long tail keyword within the seo niche.

Long tail keyword area unit composed of quite two words.

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #3 on: 03-10-2017, 00:09:02 »
• Head Keywords
Head Keywords are all High Search Keywords & also highly competitive in nature. So generally keyword ranking in SERP will take a long time.
• Head term keywords with an example:
Suppose you are into SEO niche. The head term for this niche could be “SEO tools.” This is the head term of this niche. Head term means the principal term of any niche. For fashion niche, “Fashion” is the head term.
• Long tail keywords
Long tail keywords are very specific & almost low search volume in nature, so it comparatively takes a short time to rank.
• Long tail keywords with an example:
For SEO niche, their long tail keywords will be “search engine optimization tutorial for beginners.” It’s long tail keyword in the SEO niche.
Long tail keywords are composed of more than two words
groupbuyseo [nofollow] ,topseotools.tech [nofollow]

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #4 on: 03-10-2017, 04:08:27 »
Head tail keywords are basically keywords that are the most frequently searched terms by users on search engines!!

Long tail keywords, on the other hand, tend to be significantly longer and much more specific in nature.

So, Head tail keywords are generally aimed at a broad market segment and are therefore often in much greater demand than long tail words. The greater competition for head-tail words means that they are also significantly more expensive to buy than long tail words.


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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #5 on: 03-13-2017, 23:31:39 »
Almost every search engine marketer (SEM) knows the adage, “Use head keywords to generate volume and long tail keywords to generate profit.”
Head terms are typically defined as being broad, highly competitive, and consist of one or two words that account for significant search volume. Conversely, long tail keywords are typically lengthier, less competitive, account for less traffic, and are more specific.

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #6 on: 03-14-2017, 00:13:43 »
Head Keywords are all High Search Keywords & also highly competitive in nature. So generally keyword ranking in SERP will take a long time.
Long tail keywords are very specific & almost low search volume in nature, so it comparatively takes short time to rank.

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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #7 on: 03-14-2017, 00:16:39 »
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Head Keywords are all High Search Keywords & also highly competitive in nature. So generally keyword ranking in SERP will take a long time.

Long tail keywords are very specific & almost low search volume in nature, so it comparatively takes short time to rank.
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Re: What is Head Terms Keywords Vs. Long-Tail Keywords?
« Reply #8 on: 05-17-2017, 01:10:15 »
Head tail keywords are basically keywords that are the most frequently searched terms by users on search engines!!

Long tail keywords, on the other hand tend to be significantly longer and much more specific in nature.

So, Head tail keywords are generally aimed at a broad market segment and are therefore often in much greater demand than long tail words. The greater competition for head tail words means that they are also significantly more expensive to buy than long tail words.


 

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