Published on July 17th, 2013 | by alfbrand0
Long tail is the term used to describe longer, more specific search queries that are more targeted than shorter queries. For example, a search for “coffee mug” is broad while “coffee mugs with pictures of dogs” would be a long tail search. A large percentage of searches are long tail searches.
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