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How google will find our targeted keywords

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by Devesh Sharma, Jan 31, 2014.

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    Hi all,
    SEMrush
    I just need a simple answer that how google find our targeted keywords from our website..How it find that either we are targeting a phrase keyword or a single word keyword...Is there anyone who is going to tell me about that....
     
    Devesh Sharma, Jan 31, 2014 IP
    SEMrush
  2. DiggitySEO

    DiggitySEO Active Member

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    Google will find it from your content. They'll look for in the Title, Description, and Keywords metatags. And also in your content, particularly the <h1> tags.

    These days, the Google Algorithm is quite advanced and will also look up synonyms. I highly advocate using synonyms so you don't trigger an over optimization penalty.

    My formula these days is (example keyword: dog training)
    1. Title: Dog Training Experts - Your Online Resource for K9 Obedience (exact + related)
    2. Description: Learn how to train your dog like a boss in less than a week. (not exact match)
    3. Meta: Dog, training, online
    4. <h1> How to train your dog (not exact match)
    5. Content: 1 instance of dog training, otherwise I use synonyms for the rest. E.g.: Use 'pet', 'pup', 'canine', 'K9' instead of dog.
     
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  3. Karan Rawat

    Karan Rawat Greenhorn

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    It Seems you are doing that great but meta tags will not play the whole game for you there..! you have to ready with the backup.
     
    Karan Rawat, Jan 31, 2014 IP
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    aceriker Banned

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    HI Devesh,

    Google will find out the keywords in a website by using their algorithm. There were several process could be taken place in finding the keywords. They will shown their results as the page containing the searchable keyword present in the web page.

    1. They will identify it in your meta ( keywords and description )
    2. Title - H1 tag
    3. In content - Keyword density
     
    aceriker, Feb 1, 2014 IP
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    Google will find it in your H tags, tiltle, meta tags (keywords and description). While creating a new post, pay attention to include your most valuable keywords in the beginning of your text, in your headline and title.
     
    gknugurlu, Feb 1, 2014 IP
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    Google finds it based on your content. It looks at your header tags and your keyword density.
     
    ash1ey82, Feb 2, 2014 IP
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    I thought Google ignored meta keywords?
     
    El Sparrow, Feb 2, 2014 IP
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    I don't thinks so. I think it considers it.
     
    ash1ey82, Feb 2, 2014 IP
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    Simple Google looks onto your meta, title, description !! and accordingly they keep find keyword out ....
     
    John Dave, Feb 3, 2014 IP
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    It basically coming from three factors:
    Meta tag (Title & description)
    Keyword Density ( Web content)
    Anchor text
     
    dataguru, Feb 3, 2014 IP
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    I don't think they look at the anchor text much. Mostly the Meta and the Keyword density.
     
    ash1ey82, Feb 6, 2014 IP
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    google mainly consider anchor text for back link process
     
    sudheer86, Jun 25, 2014 IP
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    KylieSweet Well-Known Member

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    Everyone on this thread post the same answer :(
    Google provide the most related and informative data for the searchers and it is not just based on the title and descriptions but for the summary or the meaning of the content or site page that will provide the satisfaction to the visitors.
     
    KylieSweet, Jun 25, 2014 IP
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    Hey Kylie,
    Can you tell me how Google decides the satisfaction of the visitor? I guess google decides the satisfaction only by looking at the content,meta desc, title ....... !! If you have anything new than this please share with us !! :O
     
    John Dave, Jun 25, 2014 IP
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    sakib hasan11 Greenhorn

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    There’s no way around it without objective data, keyword research is a shot in the dark.You can spend a lot of money hiring an SEO expert to perform keyword research and optimization for you, or you can read this article and learn how to become a keyword master yourself—for free. I’ll show you how to do it.
     
    sakib hasan11, Jul 17, 2014 IP