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Keyword Planning and Keyword Mapping

Postby EugeneHill » Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:29 am

There are two theories:

First theory:

Keep changing the keywords for a webpage till the time you find the correct combination. The combination that works! It is natural to keep updating the content on a page and thus the keywords assigned for a page can also be changed! Keyword Mapping is not a 'once-done-its-done' thing. Rather it is supposed to be altered till you find the correct match.

Second theory:

If you keep changing your keywords for a webpage then it can harm your rank in the SERP. Google may also consider it to be a spam. For the sake of stability you will have to be patient with a particular keyword-url combination. And should avoid too many changes.

Which theory is correct out of the two?

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Re: Keyword Planning and Keyword Mapping

Postby hema29 » Tue Nov 06, 2018 7:53 am

Go with the first theory will be my best guess.

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Re: Keyword Planning and Keyword Mapping

Postby tomngo » Wed Nov 07, 2018 4:05 am

hema29 wrote:Go with the first theory will be my best guess.


That can be said. But still I didn't understand the point in putting this in a thread.

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Re: Keyword Planning and Keyword Mapping

Postby bsteve » Thu Nov 08, 2018 7:29 am

hema29 wrote:Go with the first theory will be my best guess.


I agree. Go with the first one.

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Re: Keyword Planning and Keyword Mapping

Postby EugeneHill » Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:20 pm

tomngo wrote:That can be said. But still I didn't understand the point in putting this in a thread.


Did you notice the last line that says - "Which is the better theory to follow?"
Unless you are sure that you have understood whats the thread about you should not comment.

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