__/ [RG] on Wednesday 08 February 2006 04:13 \__
> Assuming I have stats for keyword, how do you pick them? Is it the one
> that is most popular and vaguely matches your site's agenda or something
> more specific, less popular and matches perfectly your site's agenda?
> Thanks in advance
What statistics package or tool are you using? Your question is a bit vague
due to brevity.
If your stats package only extracts (atomic) keywords from referrals in
logs, consider getting something better. AWStats, for example, breaks
referrals down by either keyworks or full strings, which indicate which
results pages you are well-ranked for. It can never show /all/ corresponding
results pages (there are infinitely many, well... not in theory, but treat
it as figure of speech), but it shows which ones you ought to /care/ for.
Hope it helps,
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