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Thread: Why long tail keywords are getting ranked fastly on Search Engine?

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    Why long tail keywords are getting ranked fastly on Search Engine?

    I was asked some suggestion regarding keyword analysing to some SEO expert.They told Long tail keywords are the best for SEO.Why long tail keywords are getting ranked fastly on Search Engine?

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    Long tail keywords are another bit of scam artist bull typical of what SEO-tards will tell you; partly because it works for the purpose of "magical perfect match" rankings, that quite often have absolutely nothing to do with what people are ACTUALLY searching for.

    It's part of the whole "keywords research" hoodoo-voodoo, said particular brand of manure being that if you pick some perfect match phrase that nobody else has on their sites, or isn't even relevant to your topic, put it on a site, OF COURSE it will be in the #1 ranking spot; that's because every other site that comes up is likely a 'non-competing competitor'.

    Non-competing competitors is a '80's term for when marketing scammers would use companies not even in the same field for comparisons of success; Look, our auto repair business is more successful than the local bakery... Doesn't make any sense, but if you word it properly, throw in a few infographics filled with card stacking and glittering generalities, and suddenly people are dumb enough to open up the wallet for vague promises.

    In that same way, your typical snake oil doctor SEO "expert" uses long tail and obscure word combinations to come up with phrases that you CAN quickly rank very highly for -- I won't even argue that; you pick an obscure combination of words or a really long phrase that nobody else has a perfect match for, OF COURSE it's going to show up high in the engines. It's called a "magic match".

    That doesn't mean it will actually generate traffic or that ANYONE is actually typing that search into browsers looking for what your site is ACTUALLY about... and that's the LIE of it, and how the sleazy, scummy, dirtbags who have turned SEO into a cottage industry use it to drain the wallets of those who don't know any better.

    Ranking #1 on the search engines for a term nobody is searching for means nothing; ranking #1 on the search engines for a term that has little if anything to do with the content of your site, just means any traffic that does show up is going to be a bunch of bounces -- and annoyed users.

    About... five or six years ago on a now defunct tech forums I had a go-around with a particularly ignorant SEO-tard; he was always using "magic matches" that had nothing to do with the topics of his sites as examples of how great his fairy tale bull was. An example was a Photoshop plugin that instead of calling it a Photoshop Plugin, he had put together two words that had absolutely nothing to do with the topic, and then bragged about how he was number one for that term.

    Which probably would have meant something if every other site on the first ten SERP's weren't about powder-coating automotive engines... which is why that "magic match" was absolutely worthless -- the odds of anyone typing in that perfect phrase when looking for what the site was about was zero; even if people were searching for that phrase. *note* I used SERP for what it actually means, search engine results PAGE, as in the ENTIRE page of results, not just one listing on it. Most SEO "experts" don't even seem to know that either and mis-use the term all the time!

    "long tail keywords" CAN be a valid technique on-topic with research to see not only if people are using that search, but also that the results on your site is actually what people are searching for... but really if you are writing in natural language about the topic your site is about, IT SHOULD ALREADY BE THERE!

    Hence why 99.99% of the time some SEO "expert" uses the term, they're just trying to pack you so full of sand you could change your name to Sahara.
    Last edited by deathshadow; 06-12-2014 at 06:21 PM.

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    I think Long tail keyword have less competition then another keywords.

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    I think long tail keyword good ranking in google.

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    bcoz thet have higher CPC value and low competition..

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    Long Tail keyword has less competition.Long tail keywords are more specific, and are more likely to give a searcher the result.
    Last edited by ChristinaCa; 06-29-2014 at 11:56 PM.

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    Long Tail keyword has less competition and has more searches. thats why SEO experts prefer long tail keywords then short keywords

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    Long tail keywords are ranked fast because searchers are using long tail keywords only to search anything and they get appropriate results and also these are less competitive keywords.

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    Long tail keywords quickly get ranked on search engine because they have very low competition, they are not used by more website and keywords are also easy to track for search engine. Long tail keyword searches are comparatively low in comparison to high priority keywords.

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    Long Tail keyword has less competition.Long tail keywords are more specific, and are more likely to give a searcher the result.

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    i dont think so that long tail keyword have higher cpc ..do you give some example.

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    Because in which you can find lots of keywords like: Dog foods ,where as in long tail you use : best dog foods.

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    Its not all about competition , usually people won't search for generic words, usually they will search for good words with place or what actually they want. for these reason long tail keywords will rank better.

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    Because long tail keywords have less competition.

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    I agree with deathshadow, its a load of marketing voodoo.

    Like buying facilities to get rankings, backlinks and so on.

    in the early mists of internet time, a time existed when you really did need to buy services to get your site listed and backlinks were a lifeline in having an internet presence.

    This was all in the days before search engines existed and you needed a backlink so that people could find you or you had to buy a listing in a link site, some still exist today! Why? because they are the people who push the idea that you need to buy services to get your site ranked...

    Most hosting services will have a submission routine in the Cpanel that submits your site to search engines to give you your web presence.

    What you have to do is to provide accurate and relevant keywords that your site uses, it is no use advertising that your site is about wrist watches when you sell knives and forks. So using long winded terms that get your site listed is not useful unless you can get hundreds of thousands of clicks to get on the "Whats Trending" link engines of major sites.
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