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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Archive for the 'Keyword Research' Category

How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: The Ultimate Guide [Guide]

Search Engine Journal has published a new guide called ‘How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: The Ultimate Guide’. The SEJ team says, “Get guidance and answers on how to get it right with our latest ebook, How to Do Keyword Research for SEO: The Ultimate Guide. Covering best practices for performing keyword research today, this guide will answer questions like: What is keyword research, and why is it important? How difficult is it to rank for a keyword? How much traffic will I get from this keyword? What kind of tools should I use for keyword research? Together with our partners,... [...]

10 Tools to Find Right Keywords for SEO

Keyword research helps you to identify the buzzwords that can help you to improve you search engine rankings. There are several keyword research tools you may consider for your keyword research. To help you with this HubSpot contributor Lindsay Kolowich has shared a list of 10 best keyword research tools. Kolowich says, “Let’s get right down to it: The key to successful SEO is concentrating on long-tail keywords. Although these keywords get less traffic than more generic terms, they’re associated with more qualified traffic and users that are typically further... [...]

How to Find Hundreds of Thousands of SEO Keywords For Free [Video]

Effective keyword research helps you to achieve desired SEO performance and increase your website traffic. Neil Patel has published a new video ‘How to Find Hundreds of Thousands of SEO Keywords For Free’ to help you do effective keyword research to achieve your SEO goals. Patel says, “A few years ago, you would need a handful of tools if you wanted to find keywords for your content and SEO strategy. Especially if you want to figure out what your competitors are doing in this space, and how you can beat them. But today, I’m going to teach you how to do all that with one... [...]

How to effectively conduct YouTube keyword research [video]

YouTube video keyword research helps you to find words and phrases that people use to search for video content online. By using the keywords that match with your products and services you can improve your video views. SEM Rush team has published a video on how to conduct keyword research on YouTube featuring Itamar Blauer. Blauer says, “Hello, everyone. My name is Itamar Blauer. Welcome to SEMrush’s Weekly Wisdom. Today, I am going to cover how to effectively conduct keyword research on YouTube. In this session, I will go through some misconceptions about keyword research on YouTube... [...]

How good is your website, really? #ad

How well does your site rank in Google? Well, that’s a trick question. There’s no such thing as generally ranking in Google or any other search engine. You have to ask “How well do you rank for some particular keyword?” Pick a keyword that is important to your business. Depending on what business you are in, it could be “classic Chevrolets”, “video software”, “web conferencing tools”, or anything else related to your business. Now, you have a question that has an answer; the generic question does not. But the issue is even more complex.... [...]

MOZ’s Advanced Guide to Keyword Clustering

MOZ’s Tom Casano has published ‘Advanced Guide to Keyword Clustering’. The guide offers tips on performing keyword research and prepare the content. Casano says, “To grow your organic traffic, you need your content to mirror the reality of what users are actually searching for. Your content planning and creation, keyword mapping, and optimization should all align with the market. This is one of the best ways to grow your organic traffic. Why bother with keyword grouping? One web page can rank for multiple keywords. So why aren’t we hyper-focused on planning and optimizing... [...]

Traffic Xtractor 2.0 Gets You Free Traffic #ad

The second generation of the Traffic Xtractor software is now available. Use it to find keywords that you can rank for, possibly even on page 1. This software builds your rankings both on Google and on YouTube. And now, in version 2.0, in Bing. The added advantage of this new software is that with it, you can build your rankings without requiring any backlinks so you can start generating traffic right away. That’s worth repeating: It finds Zero Competition keywords that you can rank for in minutes, without creating a single backlink. So, for example, imagine being able to upload a simple... [...]

Five tips to select right SEO keywords

Search engines play a pivotal role in getting you web traffic. By optimizing the search engines in the right manner with the proper selection of keywords you can win at SEO. Entrepreneur contributor Jayson DeMers has shared five tips to help marketers select right SEO keywords. DeMers says, “Keywords are a critical component of the strategy; optimizing your site for specific ones gives you the power to control which searches you rank for (and therefore who your target audience is). Accordingly, adjusting your keyword distribution gives you power to change your campaign over time. To be... [...]

‘Keyword tiering: A systematic way to juggle your AdWords priorities’ – Search Engine Land

Jacob Baadsgaard says, “Ever feel like AdWords is one giant juggling act? You cut your cost per click, only to watch your conversion rate drop. You increase lead volume, but those leads don’t turn into sales. You finally boost sales, but now your cost per click is unprofitably high… When does the madness stop? With all of these apparently conflicting priorities, it can be easy to drop the ball a few times. Or, worse still, you might feel like AdWords isn’t worth the effort, throw your hands in the air and quit. However, there is a way to juggle all of your marketing goals —... [...]

‘How We Ranked #1 for a High-Volume Keyword in Under 3 Months’ – MOZ

Dmitry Dragilev says, “It’s tough out there for SEOs and content marketers. With the sheer amount of quality content being produced, it has become nearly impossible to stand out in most industries. Recently we were running content marketing for Pipedrive, a sales CRM. We created a content strategy that used educational sales content to educate and build trust with our target audience. This was a great idea, in theory — we’d educate readers, establish trust, and turn some of our readers into customers. The problem is that there are already countless others producing similar sales-focused... [...]