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Can Semantic Search effect Long Tail keywords?
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Can Semantic Search effect the Long tail keyword's ranking and visits through them?
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Nothing can be stated now. As the semantic search is still evolving.
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No matter how much Semantic Search evolves there will be always importance for exact match keywords.
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i think it would because Long-tail SEO is a well-known technique used by lots of blogs and websites in the online world. But we always ask ourselves before we take any action if it is still a valid SEO strategy nowadays, and how can we use it properly to see direct results.
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(05-03-2019, 10:26 AM)Mangat Singh Dhiman Wrote: i think it would because Long-tail SEO is a well-known technique used by lots of blogs and websites in the online world. But we always ask ourselves before we take any action if it is still a valid SEO strategy nowadays, and how can we use it properly to see direct results.

Are you saying that its going to effect exact match kw's?
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You guys are talking about a thing that might happen or might not happen in the future. Be realistic, Talk about the present.
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Long tail keywords will still have importance.
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Hi,

Not that much!  Long-tails keywords still play a vital role in blog and article to match user's searching phrases.
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No, long tail keyword has its own importance. Both semantic search and long tail keywords work differently for Google.
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