Hi, when using keywords are the examples below classed as separate search terms and would I use both terms in an article ?

what's the best TV
what is the best TV
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - Google looks at user intent, what are they searching for. It will see both of these as being the same question, and will return the same results.

More people are likely to use "what is' but there is nothing to stop you using one version for your title and using the other as a subheading.
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JoeRebisz Premium
True Diane and thanks for the clarification :)
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Onndray Premium
Hi, thanks for the reply.
The reason I was asking about "what is" and "what's" was because when I put the two keyword phrases into Jaaxy I got two very different QSR(competing sites) scores, one was 5 the other was 107.
I don't know if I'm to take this into account for SEO purposes when building my web pages and articles.
(it wasn't the tv niche mentioned above that was just an example)
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JoeRebisz Premium
What is
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Onndray Premium
Thanks for your reply, please explain further as I'm still not sure if I can use both
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JoeRebisz Premium
You really don't want to use the contractions "what's". Use " what is", it's more grammatically correctly.
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Onndray Premium
Ok,Thanks
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JoeRebisz Premium
Hope that makes sense now :)
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