Keywords Quotes will Explain the Importance of Keywords

“In Hawaii, we greet friends, loved ones or strangers with Aloha, which means love. Aloha is the key word to the universal spirit of real hospitality, which makes Hawaii renowned as the world’s center of understanding and fellowship. Try meeting or leaving people with Aloha. You’ll be surprised by their reaction. I believe it and it is my creed. Aloha to you.” – Duke Kahanamoku

Radicalized is a new keyword

“”Radicalized” is a new keyword for you to understand that allows our government to not say “terrorism.”” – Rush Limbaugh

“The Google guys haven’t even found a way to put abortion in the Constitution yet. Give ’em time. Give the Google guys time and abortion will show up in a keyword search of the Constitution. It’s not there yet. Second Amendment is.” – Rush Limbaugh

“I sometimes feel like when you’re talking to boys, they just hear certain keywords… But if you had a bubble above their head, they’d be thinking about game scores, masturbation and food.” – Kate Hudson

“I then realized my analytics data was a bit odd. My keywords were no longer with me” – Douglas Bader

“Memory is the keyword which combines past with present, past and future.” – Elie Wiesel

Knowing how to distinguish

“Knowing how to distinguish between an ideal keyword and the reality of queries will help you to refine your strategy and success as an online marketer.” – Neil Patel

“John Cusack is standing over there.” I followed his incredulous gaze to where a man very like Mr. Cusack did indeed stand, smoking a cigarette as he leaned against a building. I sighed. “That’s not John Cusack. That’s Jerome.” “Seriously?” “Yup. I told you he looked like John Cusack.” “Keyword: looked. That guy doesn’t look like him. That guy is him.” – Richelle Mead

“New online formats gutted the newspaper-ad business. Why pore over tiny print looking for a job in the want ads when you can tap a few keywords into monster.com, then click through and apply? Why pay a steep per-character rate for a classified when you can hawk a whole garage full of used stuff on EBay or Craigslist for free?” – Nathan Myhrvold