Long Tail SEO Strategy
Long Tail SEO Strategy relies on the fact that more so all the time people are typing longer, more specific search terms into Google and other search engines. If you sprinkle these phrases throughout your content in an intelligent way and you use the methods I've pointed out in my page titled What Is SEO - SEO Do's and Don'ts, you stand a good chance of landing on the first page of Google's SERPs.
Within the last few years Google has become more semantically aware. By that I mean Google is increasingly becoming better at parsing long keyword phrases and rendering results on its SERPs that are relevant to almost every word of the query. This is good news for Long Tail SEO strategy and the small businesses, websites and blogs that rely on Long Tail SEO to drive traffic to our sites. Below are some Long Tail SEO keyword phrases that when typed into Google will rank one of my Web pages number one on the first page of Google's SERPs.
Some Keyword Phrases for which Scoroncocolo Ranks Number One in Google
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All of these keyword phrases placed number one in Google as of the date of this pages' publication. Any or all of them may have slipped down Google's SERP by the time you get around to reading this. But more than likely, they will all be somewhere on the first page. O.K., that last one is a little over the top, but I am number one on the first page of Google's SERP for that weird 10 word phrase. And no, I didn't consciously SEO that page for that odd-looking phrase.
As I said earlier, Google has become much more semantically sophisticated in recent years and they are becoming better at it all the time. And most of the hundreds of millions of people who use Google daily are becoming increasingly aware of this change in Google's algorithms. It wasn't all that long ago that most tech savvy people used nothing but Boolean syntax when searching in Google. You may remember and or and not when Google was in its infancy. Nowadays, there's no reason to use Boolean syntax in Google when Google understands and responds so well to plain old English, or plain old Japanese or any number of other languages, for that matter. And that is very good news for Long Tail SEO strategy. Just look at the keyword phrases in the above list.