__/ [ 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
> 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,
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