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Keyword Research – Be More Specific Than Generic

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Trizeon – keyword research, SEO keyword research is the first step of any search engine optimization SEO campaigning. Trizeon provides unmatched keyword research services using various keyword research techniques such as long tail keywords, keyword stemming and so on.

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Keyword Research – Be More Specific Than Generic

  1. 1. Keyword Research – Be more specific than generic to beat the competition
  2. 2. <ul><li>Keywords or search terms are the most important elements for any website. Identifying the right search terms that precisely describe the theme of a website is very important for the success of any website. Secondly, the work should not be limited to just identifying them; knowing their competition over the web is the second most important duty that a webmaster should engage in. </li></ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>Putting up highly competitive generic keywords in a website may make it difficult to attain top positioning for such keywords. Hence, when working on keywords the key focus should be on more specific terms rather than generic terms. </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>Employing techniques such as keyword stemming and long-tailed keywords help you a lot in identifying more specific terms. This avoids junk traffic and attracts quality traffic to the website; also, such keywords are easy to target on the web. </li></ul>
  5. 5. <ul><li>Furthermore, it is more advisable to include the names of the geographic locations to the search terms so as to easily optimize your website for such terms and draw more quality local traffic. For instance a search term “ Home loans in New York ” is easy to target when compared to more generic and highly competitive term “ Home loans.” </li></ul>

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