Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by tutorsweb, May 16, 2016.
What is meant by generic keyword? please explain.
A keyword searched in Google where you aren't sure about the intent of the user if he is looking for more information or is willing to take some action is generic keyword according to me.
Generic keywords cover a large range of areas in searching. Such as the keyword 'forum', it is a common keyword that is a wide search that does not really narrow down anything.
Keywords which does not include city reference & which is not a long term. Generic keywords has huge competition & they indicated with single term or at-most 2 terms.
Keywords which does exclude city reference and which is not a long haul. Bland watchwords has gigantic rivalry and they demonstrated with single term or at-most 2 terms.
Non specific watchwords incorporate an expansive scope of subtopic - They have high inquiry activity, and accordingly are to a great degree focused. A case of a nonexclusive catchphrase would be "weight reduction", while a particular watchword would be "would you be able to lose mid-section fat by working out?".
Generic keywords are searchable or identifiable words that have meanings that have a relatively wide scope.
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