About Tegonza
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I've spent the last 13 years managing retail operations and have some experience in direct-response marketing. I worked on lead generation campaigns for seminar

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So I just upgraded to Jaaxy to really take advantage of a strong keyword tool, but in my mind I must be missing something that is either very obvious, or something others have

Because Google is a search engine and not a keyword searching tool. When you search a keyword in Google it will show you ALL relevant posts regarding the keyword searched, even if that keyword is not in the post.

Posts are ranked in Google base not just on the keyword used. Posts are ranked on the entire context of the content and all of the related natural keywords the content contains. These are known as LSI keywords. To learn more about LSI keywords, see below. If you are going to search keywords using Google you must do it in a certain way to get more accurate results. Just typing it into Google is definitely the wrong way to do it, because like I said, Google is a search engine and not a keyword searching tool.

To know how to search Google correctly, see below.

Thank you for your response. The links you offered clear up a lot of my misunderstanding. You really have a talent for explaining things. I'll share your training when I see someone else with the same kind of question.

You are welcome. Happy to be able to help you.

I have seen that also and sometimes the article doesn't even match what I am searching for. Is it possible that the key words are in the meta data which you can only see if you inspect the HTML code? Also Google will offer related data if there aren't exact matches ranked for the keywords. That may be a good sign that you can takes first positon for organic searches. I am still learning and it's really quite a mystery.

Thank you @rharris19. I thought the same thing at first about google using relevant data but I'm still puzzled on how jaaxy shows that a certain number of sites use that exact keyword phrase. Like where is jaxxy getting that data from? I also thought I heard somewhere that google doesn't put any or much weight on metadata, which is why we should focus on the content for rankings....I'm guessing someone must know enough about all this.

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How do keywords really work?

How do keywords really work?

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So I just upgraded to Jaaxy to really take advantage of a strong keyword tool, but in my mind I must be missing something that is either very obvious, or something others have

Because Google is a search engine and not a keyword searching tool. When you search a keyword in Google it will show you ALL relevant posts regarding the keyword searched, even if that keyword is not in the post.

Posts are ranked in Google base not just on the keyword used. Posts are ranked on the entire context of the content and all of the related natural keywords the content contains. These are known as LSI keywords. To learn more about LSI keywords, see below. If you are going to search keywords using Google you must do it in a certain way to get more accurate results. Just typing it into Google is definitely the wrong way to do it, because like I said, Google is a search engine and not a keyword searching tool.

To know how to search Google correctly, see below.

Thank you for your response. The links you offered clear up a lot of my misunderstanding. You really have a talent for explaining things. I'll share your training when I see someone else with the same kind of question.

You are welcome. Happy to be able to help you.

I have seen that also and sometimes the article doesn't even match what I am searching for. Is it possible that the key words are in the meta data which you can only see if you inspect the HTML code? Also Google will offer related data if there aren't exact matches ranked for the keywords. That may be a good sign that you can takes first positon for organic searches. I am still learning and it's really quite a mystery.

Thank you @rharris19. I thought the same thing at first about google using relevant data but I'm still puzzled on how jaaxy shows that a certain number of sites use that exact keyword phrase. Like where is jaxxy getting that data from? I also thought I heard somewhere that google doesn't put any or much weight on metadata, which is why we should focus on the content for rankings....I'm guessing someone must know enough about all this.

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