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Search Engine Nightmares: Grammatical Errors and Misspelled Keywords
By: KC Morgan
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  • Search Engine Nightmares: Grammatical Errors and Misspelled Keywords
  • Do Misspellings Matter?
  • Keyword Errors
  • Getting into Keyword Grammar

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    Search Engine Nightmares: Grammatical Errors and Misspelled Keywords - Getting into Keyword Grammar

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    When you look for something online, you stay pretty simple and direct with the search engines. Anyone who uses search engines soon finds that all it takes is a few words, whether or not they have any relationship with each other, and you can find lots of Web sites.

    This is great for those who are searching. This is difficult for those who have to create readable, entertaining and search engine optimized text for the Web. Straight, direct words and phrases are great when you’re working with a search engine. They can be pretty hard to master when you’re working with an HTML editor, however.

    The phrase find cheap bait is fairly standard for a search engine search, but it might not feel so handy when you’ve got to create content to house the keywords. Instead of focusing on just these three words you want to string together, consider coming up with a readable phrase you can use as a title (and then repeat throughout the piece to create your keyword density). For instance, the phrase how to find cheap bait is just as search engine-friendly but a little more writer-friendly.

    Grammatical errors are often made in searches, as well, both by accident and design. Few Internet users take the time to type out full-length sentences when they’re on a Web site hunt. Generally, they’ll type in two to five words at most in order to search out sites of interest. Often, these words are typed in the search bar with no real order or structure.

    Think about short, two- and three-word phrases you can use as your focus for content. Build larger sentences around these words so you can have the best of readable content and search engine optimization. This will keep your content entertaining and ready for grammar-free searches at the same time.

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