How to Combine Two Keywords to Get a Better SEO Position
If you sell American Made goods, one of the key words that either consistently draws customers or sometimes gets your potential customers to click for more information about your product is the word American. Because it’s a key word and it’s a strong word, many people outsource their products and their life in general from other countries. That is why this article will explore how to combine two keywords in order to get a better SEO position. This is more of a writing exercise so that you can experiment by combining two words and see what kind of results you get.
I am not suggesting that you start using the keyword combination of American and Made in your SEO strategy. I am suggesting that you learn how to make a better SEO position by combining two words or phrases. In the above paragraph, if I kept writing about the word American, I would be doing nothing more than repeating myself. So I decided to add the word made because it’s a good keyword and it’s different from American.
In the next paragraph, if I just kept writing about American Made products in Las Vegas, I would be repeating myself. So I added the word Las Vegas because it’s a good keyword and it will attract more people to read more about my products manufactured in Las Vegas.
“Compling Keyword Phrases” – How it Works? Let’s Try It!
In the screenshot above you will see the results of two different searches. One search is for “American Made gifts” and the other is for “American Made gifts” big keywords. What is the difference between the two searches? The second search has the phrase “big keywords” at the end. It has three times the results as the first search. If you are searching for a phrase, like “American Made gifts”, then using big keywords helps narrow down your search. You can use a big keyword either in front or at the end of your search phrase.
The next screenshot shows the results for two more searches. One is for “bead bazaar las vegas” and the other is for “bead bazaar las vegas big keywords”. The difference between the two searches is that big keywords appears both in front and at the end of the phrase in the second search. The results are again three times more with big keywords in the second search.