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  1. 1. Is Long Tail Keywords the Way to the Future of SEO If you have ever hired an SEO for your website, you would have known the kind of cost estimationthat is made. One of the primary factors is the length of the keyword to rank for. A short two-threeword keyword costs much higher than long tail keywords. It is not difficult to fathom why. Long tailkeywords are searched much less, and hence have lesser competition on Google than shortkeywords and hence while a few backlinks here and there can get you on top of a long tail keyword,it is not so for short keywords.All this can apparently change. With more than a decade of fiddling with Googles algorithm, thepresent day SEO have taken us to a stage where most of the short and competitive keywordsalmost always result in manipulated pages - so much so that the search engine visitors see whatthe SEOs want them to see and not necessarily what they want to see.So, the way forward? More and more people are getting frustrated with less accurate results forshort keywords so much so that they have intuitively started searching for more specific queriesthat will answer their need. A popular marketing agency recently studied this pattern by splitting thesearch queries based on their length. The result was astounding - The number of short keywordsearches have fallen in the past year whereas long tail keywords have seen a rise of around 6%. Allkeywords less than 5 words have seen negative/zero growth.*** Download Google Sniper 2.0 Here***

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