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    Question How to list compound keywords and spelling variences???

    What is the best method of entering compound keywords?

    For example, "high temperature". Should it be entered as "high,temperature" or "high temperature" or "high-temperature" or "high,temperature,high-temperature"??

    Also, what about items that have spelling variences?

    For example, fiberglass. include both? such as "fiberglass,fibreglass"??

    Thanks,

    Adrian

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    Default Re: How to list compound keywords and spelling variences???

    It depends on your market .. you should however avoid purposeful misspellings, and you should use high temperature. The other variations really dont matter as the SE will now pick those up on their own and display you even if the searcher types in high-temperature.

    If your target is in england then use the english version.. if its the U.S then use the U.S version.

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    Default Re: How to list compound keywords and spelling variences???

    Thanks for the info!

    Adrian

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