Dumb SEO Questions

(Entry was posted by Edwin Jonk on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Wednesday, March 18, 2015).

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" Passive intent is the intent that is implicitly described by the query syntax. A search for ‘bike trails in walnut creek’ is implicitly looking for trail maps, trail photos, trail reviews and attributes about those trails such as difficulty and length to name a few. "

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  • Edwin Jonk: " Passive intent is the intent that is implicitly described by the query syntax. A search for ‘bike trails in walnut creek’ is implicitly looking for trail maps, trail photos, trail reviews and attributes about those trails such as difficulty and length to name a few. "
  • Micah Fisher-Kirshner: Something I consistently harp on when it comes to the building of a page that is often overlooked in today's world.

    What is it people are looking for (this is <b>not</b> a single choice answer), do I cover all the potential cases, is it (on the desktop) too reductionist rather than clean (thanks Apple for making my life harder), what kind of queries might it rank for in covering all user search intents in an appropriate percentage breakdown, etc.?

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