__/ [ Big Bill ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 05:10 \__
> On Wed, 26 Apr 2006 02:17:25 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>__/ [ canadafred ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 00:53 \__
>>> "Franco" <frkdll@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>> Is to separate words with comma a good thing?
>>>> if is not mandatory how can i manage something like:
>>>> Milan fashion
>>>> fasshion milan
>>>> have i to rewrite the sentence to be sure that the kws are find in botth
>>>> the cases?
>>>> or can i write somethings like this?
>>>> fashion milan fashion
>>> That's a very good question indeed. A fundamental question that is sure
>>> to arouse various perspectives.
>>> Most search engines react significantly to the order in which keywords
>>> appear within a keyphrase. Switching their order can often produce
>>> substantially different search results.
>>> I have a similar case. I've tried to use both cases equally throughout
>>> the content.
>>> Example :
>>> Fred loves Milan fashion shops. He can spend all his money there in two
>>> hours. Fred once created fashion for Milan models.
>>I suspect (but, as always, cannot be sure because the algorithms are not
>>public) that commas make no difference. and have no impact. The page is
>>essentially converted into a list of words. This excludes punctuation,
>>unless search engines have evolved to behave differently. The order of
>>words matters, on the other hand, because information is retained which
>>expresses how one words is related to another in the series. It's a power
>>feature where adjacency tests lead to more contextual results.
>>Hope it helps,
> Fred likes Milan. Fashion is funny.
> There you have your phrase, Milan fashion.
True, but you are less likely to have such punctuation in the <title>, so
this pitfall (if it exists) will not stand in the way.
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