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Blog SEO: befriend the long tail! • Yoast

Focussing on long tail keywords is a great SEO-tactic for bloggers. Doing it the right way (linking from tail to head), will help you to rank for specific keywords, to increase your traffic and to attract new and motivated audiences.

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Get Free Long Tail Pro 3.0.9.This software gives you the most rapid and reliable way of getting long tail keywords to improve your sites visibility. You will find hundreds of keywords...  [more...]

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Long-tail - definition of Long-tail by The Free Dictionary

Long-tail - definition of Long-tail by The Free Dictionary

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long tail

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What Is the Long Tail and How Does It Apply to Google?

Basically, the Long Tail is a way to describe niche marketing and the way it works on the Internet. Traditionally records, books, movies, and other items were geared towards creating "hits." Stores could only afford to carry the most popular items because they needed enough people in an area to buy their goods in order to recoup the overhead expenses involved in retail.

 

The Internet changes that. It allows people to find less popular items and subjects. It turns out that there's profit in those "misses," too. Amazon can sell obscure books, Netflix can rent obscure movies, and iTunes can...  [more...]

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