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Keyword placement

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 WHAT WOULD BE THE ORDER OF KEYWORDS FOR THE ALL IN ONE SEO PAC - TITLE OF THE PAGE, DESCRIPTION AND KEYWORDS - I want to put a city and a brand name of sewing machine and  website -"repair sewing machines"? I want to take a city then add "repair sewing machines" then add a part or a brand name which would create maybe 10 pages per city.,   What order should I put them in?

thank-you, Judy

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September 2015

Re: Keyword placement

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Judy,

Welcome to the Adwords Forum.

Since this is an SEO related question you may find better luck with a response from the webmasters forum help center here:

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

but some things to consider in SEO from your question.
Understanding that keyword SERPS are different for different order of keyword queries in which the volume of searchers for XYZ City Name will be different for City Name XYZ as well as the competition factors to rank for those keyword queries.

both variations have positives and negatives. What I usually do is try one version, see how I rank, then switch to the other version (order) and see how I rank. Check the cache date of your site, make a change. when you see a new cache date. check your results for your first variation. record your SERP or Rank for that keyword variation, then change to the other. wait for cache, check serp record and compare.

The one in which you rank the best is going to be your best bet. Remember each page can be a different ranking for those keyword because of the content, the competition and all the other SEO factors. So you need to test each page for the best Title situation.

Remember the game is traffic, so a higher result = more traffic regardless if keyword term is suppossed to bring in high volumes of traffic, if your site can't rank high for that keyword it doesn't matter, and work a different variation.

Ie.
Money Keyword Combo 1 ranks page 3 - traffic is low
Keyword Combo Money 1 ranks page 1 number 10 - traffic his good
1 Money keyword Combo ranks page 1 position 2 - traffic is Better, sales and Conversion ok - you have a winner ( even though it might not bring 1000's, it bring some that convert)

Always test!!

There is a ton more to SEO then just the title tags, but that is all for discussion in the Webmaster Help forum
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

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Accepted by topic author Judy G
September 2015

Re: Keyword placement

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Judy,

Welcome to the Adwords Forum.

Since this is an SEO related question you may find better luck with a response from the webmasters forum help center here:

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

but some things to consider in SEO from your question.
Understanding that keyword SERPS are different for different order of keyword queries in which the volume of searchers for XYZ City Name will be different for City Name XYZ as well as the competition factors to rank for those keyword queries.

both variations have positives and negatives. What I usually do is try one version, see how I rank, then switch to the other version (order) and see how I rank. Check the cache date of your site, make a change. when you see a new cache date. check your results for your first variation. record your SERP or Rank for that keyword variation, then change to the other. wait for cache, check serp record and compare.

The one in which you rank the best is going to be your best bet. Remember each page can be a different ranking for those keyword because of the content, the competition and all the other SEO factors. So you need to test each page for the best Title situation.

Remember the game is traffic, so a higher result = more traffic regardless if keyword term is suppossed to bring in high volumes of traffic, if your site can't rank high for that keyword it doesn't matter, and work a different variation.

Ie.
Money Keyword Combo 1 ranks page 3 - traffic is low
Keyword Combo Money 1 ranks page 1 number 10 - traffic his good
1 Money keyword Combo ranks page 1 position 2 - traffic is Better, sales and Conversion ok - you have a winner ( even though it might not bring 1000's, it bring some that convert)

Always test!!

There is a ton more to SEO then just the title tags, but that is all for discussion in the Webmaster Help forum
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

Re: Keyword placement

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Thank-you Eric, really appreciated your help, Judy