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  • Gmbexpert2020
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    Keywords are very important for any academic paper. We propose the Perceptron Training Rule for keyword extraction from titles and abstracts.

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  • senthil
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    based on the content you to be want to posted keywords can be generated.

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  • WHUK-Stan1
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    Originally posted by Alex Thompson
    Google spiders give more weight to the first words that appear in the title of your page. Therefore, it helps to begin each page title with your main keywords.
    I believe it's a grey area, no one except Google can actually predict the keywords that the spiders would first take into consideration. Having your primary keywords placed at the beginning within a page title was something that was used by many webmasters in the past with a view to getting ranked higher in the SERPs. But, after a couple of recent updates introduced by Google, we get to see the pages that contain the brand name in the title appear more in the search results.

    Though, one can do a split test to monitor the preference and choose the one with the best performance.

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  • Natalie
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    That's how I try to create my page titles, using as few words as possible other than the keywords. I do the same thing with the headings for each section of text.

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  • zander
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    keywords order in title

    I read something interesting that might be helpful for keyword planning. Google spiders give more weight to the first words that appear in the title of your page. Therefore, it helps to begin each page title with your main keywords.
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