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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Archive for the 'Long tail keywords' Category

How to Use Long Tail Keywords to Grow a Profitable Business [Video]

Long-tail keywords are the keywords that are more specific, they are longer than commonly searched for keywords. With long-tail keywords, you can achieve a higher conversion value. Tim Stodz has published a new video ‘How to Use Long Tail Keywords to Grow a Profitable Business’ to help you rightly use long-tail keywords for growing a profitable business. Stodz says, “In this video, I explain what a long tail keyword is. I also go through some examples of what a broad phrase keyword is and I compare it to a long tail keyword so you can see the different examples. At the end, I... [...]

RankFlux: SEO Plugin Gets Google Page 1 Rankings (and Free Traffic) #ad

New software, known as RankFlux, makes a bold promise: Get unlimited Google Page #1 Rankings 99.9% of Time regardless of any Google Update. The development team, headed by Seun Ogundele, feels bold enough to make this promise (which they back by a 30-day money back guarantee) because they embedded a lot of expertise in this new software. These SEO experts designed it for people who know nothing about SEO. Rest assured, you need no technical knowledge to get top results with RankFlux. Here are just some of the benefits of using RankFlux for your site: ► It searches for keywords that fit naturally... [...]

‘Are long tail keywords still important for PPC in 2017? A data-backed answer’ – Econsultancy

Wesley Parker says, “Long tail keywords are widely considered to be fundamental to search marketing success due to the low-cost traffic that they generate, however should this still be the case in 2017? This article is going to analyze data from case studies conducted by Clicteq and PPC Hero that suggests that long tail keywords are now almost obsolete when it comes to AdWords. For the sake of this article we are going to classify long tail keywords as being four-words-long or more, though there is some debate with people arguing that keywords that are three or more words long should be... [...]