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How Google will treat such keywords

Discussion in 'Google' started by Blacksnow, Jan 6, 2008.

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    study English in UK and study English in UK - as same or diffirent?
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    Blacksnow, Jan 6, 2008 IP
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  2. sweetlouise

    sweetlouise Well-Known Member

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    they are both the same
     
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  3. Blacksnow

    Blacksnow Peon

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    sorry, my mistake
    study English UK, study English in UK
     
    Blacksnow, Jan 6, 2008 IP
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    It will depend on two things: one, the search phrase the visitor uses and two, the specifics of the relevant algorithm at the time.
    On the whole, though, the difference isn't too significant, even though studying the language regardless of where the visitor is located isn't exactly the same as learning it from a U.K. address. What's perhaps more important is the truth: are you looking for potential customers on your U.K. doorstep (assuming that's where it is) or doesn't their locale matter? If your need is the former, inclusion of the word "in" would be preferable. Otherwise, leaving it out is probably more advisable.

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    I think they are mostly the same and different in a little way. Try to search both keywords and you will see a little difference in a result.
     
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    Spider-Man Banned

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    Depending on how competitive the phrase it, the differences could be drastic. I know for a fact that one of my sites keywords, which is competing with around ~11,000,000 sites, even adding an 's' to the end of the phrase throws the results all over the place. For example, 'key word', I come up 5th, 'key words', I'm gone. You really need to find the optimum key phrase and optimise your site for that, and build links using that specific anchor text.
     
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    Sure second is diffident.
     
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    bogart Notable Member

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    Duncan glad to see your post here on the dp. You had some great posts over on wpw.
     
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    Theres a slight difference.
     
    phughson, Jan 8, 2008 IP
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    In SERP's they will be counted as different keywords because both will display different results.
     
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    Link.ezer.com Peon

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    prep. [ in ] might not be counted
    unless search with quotation marks.
     
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    u can google the keywords and you will see the different. searching with ("study in uk") is not the same as (study in uk)
     
    infinityts, Jan 8, 2008 IP