• Tom Furton

    Absolutely, it’s like applied Zero Moment of Truth. Special attention could be paid to what’s pulled from the Meta Description tag in a scenario like this, too. Anticipate confusion and start remedying it right in the SERP listing, where possible.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=648275710 DiVi Fernando

    I expected more information out of this author who normally seems to make you scroll down longer.

  • http://webdealswatch.com/ Ron Coachman

    Sometimes no matter how much you research a keyword, it can still have a different context to what you thought it had originally. All you can do is test..

  • Gail Kent

    True, so true. I desperately need to set aside some serious time to work on keywords, which I never have. As a visual artist, you would think my keyword list would be short – it isn’t. I’ve also discovered that generic for each finished piece doesn’t make any sense. I’m learning.
    Gail Kent (Gail Kent Studio)