Hello everyone, everything good? I have a question regarding page optimization through the Rank Math plugin for WordPress.
I will exemplify:
Suppose I work with a website that sells only Barbies. A category in my store is called Black Barbie, a subcategory is called Black Barbie with Black Power and a product in this subcategory is called Black Barbie with Black Power Blue
My keyword for the product page would be Barbie Black with Black Power Blue. It can be taken into account that I can put Barbie, Black Barbie and Barbie with Black Power as secondary keywords in the Rank Math tool. I think that all of these words would be optimized equally within the tool because in the main keyword there are the other expressions.
The question is: What would be the best way to signal to Google that the best result of a search for Black Barbie should be the Black Barbie category and not the Black Barbie product of Black Power Blue?
I see this confusion occurring, since within the long-tail keyword there are other short-tail keywords, so to speak. I know that the tool is just a guide, so if you can focus on the problem to better understand the issue, I would be thankful.
I hope you understand. 🙃 Thanks a lot.
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