22 Oct 09
08 Dec 09 1:32 pm
Keyword variations-should I use gramatically correct phrases
When I was doing my keyword research I found a keyword phrase like "build product x"
and liked it, 350 SEOT, 43,000 SEOC and $127 SEOV
now I thought I could use this keyword in this form in my articles "build a
but now I'm analysing my article page with traffic travis and I'm getting a grade C on the page since it doesn't recongize my keyword at all because I'm using "build a
product x" all the time since it's improper grammar to use "build product x"
in my case. Does this mean I'm screwed? The phrase with a
in middle of it is a far worse keyword to use. I had understood that you could put the letter a in a word and it would be the same keyword but I guess my source was incorrect.
In my case it's like "build water park" instead of "build A water park". As you can see it's impossible to use "build water park" as a phrase in any context. Or am I wrong?
Last edited by michellerana
on 08 Dec 09 11:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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