Hey guys!

I've wondered this for a while and finally decided to ask.

When you add an "s" to the word "review", would you rank for both words?

So, - XXX Program Review or XXX Program Reviews.

Since the word "review" is already inside of "reviews", would we rank for both?

Thanks!

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JeffreyBrown Premium
🤔🤔 Good question, Paul!
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Orfreedom Premium
Was just curious about other answers on this question so just peeking...

Satisfying. Thx!
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Aussiemuso Premium
I really don't think that it makes a difference, honestly.

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ptdata Premium
Yeah that seems to be what I’m learning today - good to know too cause I’d rather not have to figure out how to use weird grammar!
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JoeRebisz Premium
Not sure, but I'm guessing the results would be the same anyway.
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ptdata Premium
good to know...i'd prefer to leave the "s" out anyway
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JoeRebisz Premium
Smart choice, I think :)
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Kyle Premium Plus
Google will consider both variants when they rank, they won't be specific to the plural element of it.

So you cannot side step other reviews that are targeting "no S" when you have the "S" and the target keyword has the S. They will have just as much of a viable chance of ranking under that keyword.
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ptdata Premium
oh good to know! Thank you! So I'll just leave the S out cause that would just be easier to rank for anyway.
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LMH1968 Premium Plus
That is interesting to know.
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