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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by jiyaa, Feb 18, 2012.
Is all major search engines are case sensitive?
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As far as I know, SEO is not really case sensitive. Even search engines show up the same result for both uppercase and lowercase search queries.
yes, search engine are case sensitive but all search engine show same result.
I haven't noticed any differences in rankings using case sensitive anchor texts or keywords when performing SEO so I'd probably lean towards saying no.
Now there is a difference in the arrangement of your keywords. "Internet marketing" is seen differently that "marketing internet" by search engines.
Case sensitive is more effective to human, as the text is more stand out.
But, you shouldn't "Write This Way" or "THIS WAY." If you really want your text to stand out, use <strong>, <b> or <em> tags.
SEO is not really Case Sensitive. But, as Patrick said it is more effective to human. And it also depends on how the webmaster want to make effect of those text. Sometimes webmaster write some headings in all caps to grab the attention of the visitors.
it is case sensitive ,,,,
What made you say that?
No, Not at all, All search engines are not case sensitive.
I have never seen any search engine that is case sensitive. Too many people are inconsistent or careless with capitalization to use that as a criteria. In fact, the vast majority of searches that show up in my Google Analytics data are all lower case, even names of people and places. I'll bet that more people type their search as "tuesday" "obama" or "bbc" than "Tuesday" "Obama" or "BBC." If the search engines were case sensitive, none of those searches would get results from reputable sources which are sticklers for correct capitalization.
I don't think SEO is case sensitive , because it is same result every i search .
I don't think it is case sensitive
SEO isnt case sensitive idk what made "enaraven" say that but as previously stated it does make for better communication when humans visualize it.
I never thought it is case sensitive either.
SE's are not case sensitive. When users type keywords in either CAPS or small, it does not matter, cause what mostly matter is the terms that the user typed into the search box.
Web site that search engines is case sensitive, and therefore the best thing to do is to write as much as possible in lower case only. This is evidently not true of major search engines. You can see for yourself, for example, that in Google there is no difference between searching for seo or SEO.
You mean write your articles in lower case only?