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    Lightbulb How google defines phrases
    Hi All,

    Hope I'm not repeating an old post here. But anyways, I was wondering if someone could explain how google decides what your keyword phrases are?

    For example if I wrote words words words "brand works great" words words words would google make that into 3 separate keyword phrases of "brand works" "works great" and "brand works great"?

    How does it decide on the parameters to include an extra word? I know google is a black box, so not expecting exact answers here, but if anyone has general rules of thumb to know how google decides where to place the parameters of keywords and if it does take one 3 word phrase to make 3 distinct phrases, I'd be most grateful!

    Thanks,
    Entreveloper

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    it depends on the context. Google works out what your keyword phrases are by looking at the contents of your page, not just a few words on that page.

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    OK cool, it really is a complex beast! Thanks for you help - I guess it is about all-over quality and consistent content.
    Cheers

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