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Semantic Relevancy - Is It Worth It?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by doitnownnn, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. doitnownnn

    doitnownnn New Member

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    I've been reading for a long time about seo, ppc and cpm campaigns.
    I wanted to try some out for myself, and the one area I've been having trouble fully grasping
    is SEO. Probably because the search engine commpanies don't actually release their exact algorithms,
    but let me ask you guys a more specific question about something we do know for sure.

    If you do a Google search like this:
    ~keyword

    Yepp, put the squiggly line right before any keyword, you'll see all the bold blue terms
    that represent other words with semantic relevancy. Now my question is this...

    Is it better to use a semantic term before or after an anchor in a backlink in terms of SEO value?

    Thanks!
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    The results you see in bold is nothing to do with the keywords and this is done just for presentation purpose.

    Example if you search for Programming forum C++ will be in bold and that is because Google thinks C++ is related to programming is only for presentation purpose.
     

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