I'd love to exclude keywords

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The one that's got me today is "soft".

It did appear on one page, but it's gone now.  What interests me is a
couple of entries in Google Analytics keyword conversion - searches for
well fitting keywords (four good ones in each case) followed by a

The presence of "soft" on that page precluded Google from serving it up
in SERPs.  If "soft" had not appeared on that page, it would have been
a candidate.  As it happens, these two visitors entered on another page
and eventually found the right one.  Two 17-page visits - the sort of
visitors I want.

It would be nice to have some way of deprecating a word other than
leaving it off the page completely.

<a http-equiv="keywords" content="-soft">

for instance.

Re: I'd love to exclude keywords

On Sun, 09 Jul 2006 12:45:01 +0200, Phil Payne <phil@isham-research.co.u=

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<a http-equiv=3D"keywords" content=3D"-soft +hard">

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