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What is a Key Word?

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Friday, May 03 2013, 12:10 PM
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Key Words are the most important part of your profile. This is how your future self will match to you, and be able to view your full profile.

The key words refer to places, people, numbers, events, and ideas, that most people have in mind and feel that they are important, even though they don't know where they came from.

The categories are as follows:

  • Places: These are places of interest to you, even if you don't know why. They may include, not only cities, but rivers, mountains, and places that you would like to visit.
  • Events: These are world events of any time period from the Pyramids to the Civil War, protest movements, wars, earthquakes, floods, fires and hurricanes.
  • Numbers: Everyone has special numbers. These are numbers that are important to you, even if you don't know why.
  • People of Interest: These are people of interest to you, preferably historical figures like Einstein, Gandhi, Genghis Khan, Princess Diana, John F. Kennedy, Cleopatra, Lancelot, Leonardo DaVinci, Anne Frank, Joan of Arc, Pocahontas, Elizabeth Taylor, Hitler, or Depak Chopra.
  • Phrases and Quotations: These are short phrases and quotations that are important to you. They can be a line of a poem, a famous quote, a prayer, a motto, or your very own quote.
  • Occupations: These are occupations of interest to you, whether or not you are have ever done them. For example, Healer, Lawyer, Missionary, Senator, Musician, Artist, or Scientist.
  • Music: These are your favorite songs, musicians, or musical groups. For example, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, or Madonna.
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    Sunday, October 27 2013, 03:05 AM - #permalink
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    Are keywords case-sensitive?
    • Your Bridge to the Future
      more than a month ago
      Key words are not case-sensitive. Actually, if you match the first 3 characters of your key word, it will count as a match.
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