Can anyone tell me diffidence between long tail keywords and short tail keyword.
I am really eager to know about this..
If you have a web site on the topic "CHICKEN" then chicken would be considered a keyword.
If you created a page titled " Red Leghorn tail feathers" this would be considered a long tailed key word.
Many successful website rely heavily on long tailed searches as there is far less competition for the lesser searched long tailed key words. If you have content regarding a topic like 'red leghorn tail feathers' It requires far less effort to to get a top search result for anyone using this search term.
The Base Keyword "CHICKEN" has to compete with everything from 'chicken burgers' and 'chicken noodle soup' to 'chicken dance' to 'chicken man' and more . . It is a "CUT TO THE CHASE" method of optimising.
breaking a web site up into long tailed sections is considered quite sensible. If you manage to add Internal and inbound links to pages containing these same long tailed keywords it is often generally very effective for delivering traffic from visitors that have typed these same search phrases into a search box.
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