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    What is Keyword proximity?

    What is Keyword proximity?
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    Keyword Proximity refers to the distance between two words or phrases, or how close keywords are to each other within a body of text. A search term can be made up of a combination of keywords. The keyword proximity refers to the distance between the search term's individual keywords.

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    The keyword proximity refers to the distance between the search term's individual keywords.

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    Keyword Proximity refers to the distance between two words or phrases, or how close keywords are to each other within a body of text. The closer the two keywords are to each other, the higher the weight for that phrase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliaalan View Post
    Keyword proximity is an SEO concept that refers to the distance between two keywords in a piece of text. The idea is that if two keywords are found close together, they are more likely to be related to each other and therefore should be given more weight by search engines.

    There is some debate surrounding how important keyword proximity actually is, but most experts agree that it can be a factor in your overall SEO strategy. If you want to make sure you're giving yourself the best chance of ranking for a certain keyword, try incorporating it into your content in close proximity to another relevant keyword.

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    Keyword proximity refers to the distance between two keywords in a text. The closer the keywords are to each other, the higher the keyword density and the more relevant the text is considered to be. For example, if you were looking for information on "price tags" and found an article with the phrase "price tag stickers" repeated several times throughout, it would be considered more relevant than an article that only mentioned "price tags" once or twice.

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