The report below summarizes the number of keywords used by end-users when using search engines. For example, "search engine usage"
has three keywords while "search engine keyword usage" has four keywords. This analysis reveals that the majority of searches
conducted on popular search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Live/MSN, etc. contain 3 or more keywords.
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Start-Up Offers Solution to Google's "Not Provided" Keywords
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) / 8/6/14
OnlineMarketr.com has released a solution to Google's 'not provided' keywords, helping businesses and bloggers understand which keywords drive visitors to their websites. London, United Kingdom, August 06, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Businesses and bloggers ...
SEO 101, Part 6: Going Deep on Keyword Research
Practical Ecommerce / 7/25/14
Deep keyword research is critical for laying the foundation for a strong search engine optimization strategy. The data's importance extends far beyond use in writing copy. Smart marketers use keyword research to build their site's architecture, as a proxy for ...
SEO Spoiler: Targeting Competitors' Keywords Often Backfires
BusinessNewsDaily / 7/16/14
Trying to piggyback on your competitors' search engine success doesn't always pay off, new research reveals. Buying keywords of a popular competitors' brand name on search engines, such as Google and Yahoo, can backfire, according to a new study in ...
How to Increase the Ranking of Your Keywords
Business 2 Community / 7/14/14
The goal of every website is to sail to the top of the search engine ranking and all webmasters and designers are dedicated to this goal. Getting your website ranked for the chosen keywords is what your aim should be; but while doing that it is important to ...
Study: Competitor keyword purchasing can backfire
R & D Magazine / 7/14/14
Buying keywords of a popular competitors' brand names on search engines such as Google and Bing can backfire according to a new study in the Articles in Advance section of Marketing Science, a journal of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). Firms buy specific keywords, ... The authors also find that sometimes a firm should buy its own brand name for defensive reasons, even though the search engine would list its website for free. For example, Toyota might find it ...
SEO Myths Busted: Keywords Need To Be An Exact Match
Business 2 Community / 5/15/14
That means that there are four different ways to use keywords that will get you results on search engines. ... Google has made the Hummingbird algorithm which tweaks their search engine to adhere to the way we speak, which in turn is the way we search.
Is “Keyword” A Dirty Word in Post-Hummingbird Law Firm Web Marketing?
The National Law Review / 5/13/14
As Reuters reported at the time, the search engine giant's goal was to serve users with an algorithm that would focus on matching “the meaning of queries with that of documents on the Internet.” In other words, Google had moved away from matching ... Today, your law firm should view keywords as a way to help Web users (and, in turn, search engines) understand what your content is about and what searches it will be relevant to—not to “game the system.” In that sense, your content should speak to your potential ...
The Door is Closed With "Unknown Keywords" Data
Business 2 Community / 5/7/14
It is possible that most businesses will have problems comprehending the extent to which their keywords have been searched using Google search engine. The good news, though, is that your searches won't be affected on Bing and Yahoo search engines.