How do the keywords get determined?
I have 11 google hits and some other search engine hits on a site that had been up for 3 days. I only have one keyword that has shown up. That keyword is really odd and when I try to search it I am nowhere near page 1 or 2 of the search results. I can think of a lot of other keywords that would make more sense and likely so did 11 other people. Where did the one odd one come from?
Search results vary based on your location, previous search history and other variables. What you see when you Google something is NOT what other people see.
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