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October 25th, 2004, 09:38 PM #1
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Are google stop words ignored in your body copy and keywords?
For example, say I found a phrase "web creating pages" that has high demand and low supply.
If I change the words around, "creating web pages" this changes the position to a low demand, high supply one.
I have to use the exact phrase "web creating pages", which makes no sense when written in headline or body copy, even though it's a keyword phrase in high demand.
So I decide to "add" some content using Google stop words.
I write, "Will the web be about creating pages?"
Will Google ignore the "stop" words, will, the, be, and about - leaving the phrase "web creating pages" intact?
Rick K."Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can't...You're right!" -Henry Ford-
October 27th, 2004, 10:54 AM #2
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This is a tough one. A lot of folks out there would say "no" because there is too much separation between the words. I think it depends on what else is on the page and how often the phrases are used.
Most likely Google will see "web" and "creating pages" as two separate phrases.
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