Let’s play SEO Jeopardy (or should I say “Doing SEO Right”) with BERT. Answer in the Form of a Question “Keyphrase” Please.
- October 12, 2019
Fill in the Meta Tag “Keywords”. Keywords are the first task in organizing your on-page SEO. They are the single words that fit your business (not describe your business). Those words should appear frequently on your website with intent. The “intent” is long-tailed keyword / keyPhrase. Get it? Probably not yet.
‘s SEO people (I like to call them the Yoasters) will quickly tell you Google no longer uses the Meta Tag “Keywords”. So is there still a need or use for Keywords in SEO?
BERT says “YES there is…”!!
Think about a keyphrase as being the answer; the answer to the questions people are asking in the search. Huh?
Let’s say I am searching “What is the Best Strawberry Jam”. The answer
What is a Good KeyPhrase?
“What is the Best Strawberry Jam?” “My Strawberry Jam is the Best…”
So let’s play SEO Jeopardy…!!
The Answer is “My Strawberry Jam”
Answer in the form of a question….
“What is the Best Strawberry Jam?”
We have now played SEO Jeopardy… And that is good SEO.
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