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Thread: Local Geographic Targeted Keyword - What Order to Use?

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    city+keywords is mostly used and highly competitive because we all know that it has the right grammar, for example.. "Los Angeles Real Estates" sounds better than "Real Estates Los Angeles".

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    I think "keyword+city" would be better and it is easier for you to target "keyword", a more general search term in the future.
    Men's air jordan shoes, women jordan shoes,
    jordan fusion shoes buy online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwe_fan9417 View Post
    Don't believe those tools. I checked this tool and promoted my site for Keyword A for which it was giving higher search volume than Keyword B. And My site ranked second on Keyword A and I start receiving some traffic.. But later I promoted my site for Keyword B. and I ranked on second. and Now my site is receiving higher traffic from Keyword B than Keyword A...
    The keyword tools can be inaccurate in this respect. So you are correct that one needs to consider carefully. Another consideration is that some keywords are searched more with area+keyword like "New York Hotels" than the other way around.

    I'm leaning toward keyword+city at the moment after comparing the search results.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sukijus View Post
    You should also be careful. Maybe it will be better to choose keywords that have less traffic because it will be easier to position yourself on Google's first page. Let me explane, if you choose the word that has 500 searcher for month and you get to first position for that word, you will have 500 visitiors for month. But if you choose keyword with 50.000 searches for month you have to do the hell of the work to position yourself like you want to. For me, it's easier to have more keywords with less searches than one keyword where you'll have to do a lot work and you can't be sure that will be like you have hoped.
    The ctr is 80% or so for the #1 rank site and drops to 8% for the sites in the 8th and 9th postion. It's actually better to be ranked #10 or #11.

    Quote Originally Posted by janicejan View Post
    city+keywords is mostly used and highly competitive because we all know that it has the right grammar, for example.. "Los Angeles Real Estates" sounds better than "Real Estates Los Angeles".
    I have had good results with city+keywords. With Real Esate I beleive it's best to use real estate+area i.e. hollywood real estate

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    The ctr is 80% or so for the #1 rank site and drops to 8% for the sites in the 8th and 9th postion. It's actually better to be ranked #10 or #11.
    Where did you get these figures?

    A few years ago a huge data set was leaked from AOL which showed the following click through shares for the top 10 results on G:



    You can read the full article with a more detailed analysis of the results here, it's a good read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmongy View Post
    Where did you get these figures?

    A few years ago a huge data set was leaked from AOL which showed the following click through shares for the top 10 results on G:



    You can read the full article with a more detailed analysis of the results here, it's a good read.
    I got the figures from the AOL leak. It was few years ago. Your graph is more exact

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