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Long Tail Keywords

Long tail keywords are multiple-word phrases that have lower search volume but often prove to be more qualified searches by users highly interested in a specific subject. An example of a long tail keyword phrase is “four poster oak bedroom set” instead of “bedroom set.”

Long tail keywords are multiple-word phrases that have lower search volume but often prove to be more qualified searches by users highly interested in a specific subject. An example of a long tail keyword phrase is “four poster oak bedroom set” instead of “bedroom set.”

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