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Main Keyword in GIG description


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23 hours ago, shohayebshihab said:

How many times maximum the main keyword can be used in gig description?

Keywords do not determine the success of your gig. A well-written description that catches the eye of your target customer, describes your service, and convinces buyers to hire you can. Quality matters far more than quantity.

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14 hours ago, shohayebshihab said:

Keywords may not matter to determine gig success, but an SEO friendly content matters with it's focus keyword in it's description. 

Keywords do not define your gig. And trying to pack as many of them into your description is a bad idea. Describe your business in your gig description. Don't focus on the quantity of keywords. Trying to game the search algorithm will not work. In fact, who's to say the algorithm isn't smart enough to identify keyword-packing? Perhaps doing that will result in your gig being shown less in the search results. 

Your gig is not about how many keywords you think you need to use, it's about the SERVICE you can offer to your target customers.

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15 hours ago, jonbaas said:

Your gig is not about how many keywords you think you need to use, it's about the SERVICE you can offer to your target customers.

I admit this statement. But why not a quality service with the focus keyword can be more effective to get the job from buyers? I think to get more impressions and order, a quality gig description along with the main keyword would be more effective. I am not sacrificing with my gig offerings and description, rather just optimizing gig description using the keyword. 

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Well, not really the answer you require but try to think from a buyer's perspective while reviewing your gig. Would you buy this gig if you were a customer while there are thousand other gigs? If the answer is yes, then you are in the right track. Just keep up the good work. Orders will follow.

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4 hours ago, jonbaas said:

Keywords do not determine the success of your gig. A well-written description that catches the eye of your target customer, describes your service, and convinces buyers to hire you can. Quality matters far more than quantity.

Thanks for sharing

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