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    How do you do keyword research?

    How do you do keyword research?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    Step 1: Make a list of important, relevant topics based on what you know about your business
    Step 2: Fill in those topic buckets with keywords
    Step 3: Understand How Intent Affects Keyword Research and Analyze Accordingly
    Step 4: Research related search terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    1. Brainstorm ‘seed’ keywords
    2. See what keywords your competitors rank for
    3. Use keyword research tools
    4. Study your niche
    5. Analyze the search volume, clicks, traffic potential, keyword difficlty & select your keyword

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    How to do Keyword Research for SEO? Here are the top 9 ways:


    1. Brainstorming
    Seriously, brainstorming is one of the simplest ways to come up with keywords! Make a list of possible terms or phrases that your consumers could use to discover your product or service in the search box.

    Put yourself in the shoes of the customer, ask a close friend or family what they would search for on Google to locate your product or service.

    Reread your list of “keywords” and select the ones that are most relevant to your business. Do this over a few days, collecting feedback from various individuals, and your final keyword list should be excellent!

    2. Use Free Keyword Research Tools
    One of the more reliable ways to finding keywords is by using keyword research tools. There are plenty of free tools that can give you detailed statistics about keywords. Some of these include – Wordstream, Keyword planner by Google, Keywords Everywhere, and many more.

    Let’s assume you’re a clothing firm that specializes in men’s clothes and you’re trying to figure out what keywords your potential consumers are looking for.

    We can take the help of a free tool called “wordstream” and use it to find all the related keywords that are relevant to your brand. Let’s take “Men clothes” as the focus keyword.

    3. Conduct Competitor’s Analysis
    You may look into keyword competitiveness and see what terms your competitors are employing. To make this procedure easier, use free or commercial keyword research tools.

    This will enable you to see how your competitors rank and what they are willing to compete for. With this knowledge, you can either battle for those keywords using Google Ads or offer well-written and informative content including those keywords.

    While SEO optimization of your content and website can benefit you in the long term, search engine marketing (SEM) is a feasible alternative if you want to expand your business quickly.

    Take the target keyword “Men Clothes” from the previous example. As we can see, the competition for the following phrases is low, therefore if a clothing company is interested, they may easily rank for these keywords.

    4. Target Your Locality
    Competition may be fierce depending on your brand and the term you’re aiming for. As a result, it’s a good idea to start with your own neighborhood. Including location-based keywords boosts your brand’s exposure and encourages customers to buy your items or services.

    5. Study Your Buyer’s Personas
    Understanding the several personalities of your target audience is a good way to choose the correct keywords and improve your company’s SEO.

    You can identify the correct keywords by analyzing their demands and requirements, and by understanding your consumers’ personalities!

    6. Prioritize Your Keywords
    You may end up with a large list comprising hundreds of keywords and keyword phrases as a result of your study! It’s impossible to target them all at the same time. As a result, you must prioritize them. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, including:

    Target keywords for those products or services that give you the highest profit margin
    Target low competition keywords to build up your awareness, even if the profit earned is not much
    Target keywords for which you can sell more than one product or service. Once you start ranking well for some of these keywords, you can expand your SEO for other keywords as well.
    7. Analyze Search Reports From Your Website:
    Your website’s search bar might show great thinking patterns! The search box is used by users who wish to find a certain product or piece of information on your site. A frequent search phrase report can assist you to discover what your website’s visitors are looking for.

    You may utilize the information to produce goods or content that meet your audience’s expectations and preferences. Furthermore, you will obtain the most often used search phrases, which you can subsequently utilize for SEO to reach a larger target audience.

    This will be like directly listening to your potential customers and giving them what they want! Thus, don’t ignore the search results that come in on your website.

    8. Focus On Long-tail Keywords
    A keyword phrase with at least three words and more is known as a long-tail keyword. Long-tail keywords are used to target specific demographics rather than large groups of people. In other words, they’re more specialized than general keyword keywords, and they’re frequently less competitive.

    Long-tail keywords are also better for conversions since internet users who enter them often have more intent than those who search shorter phrases.

    Let’s take for example “red jackets for men”, this is an example of a long-tail keyword.

    Despite the low search volume, consumers will be more inclined to buy a red jacket if they know exactly what they want, as seen below.

    9. Keep Up With Trends
    Keep an eye out for the latest digital marketing trends and search queries. If a trending topic is relevant to your niche or business, you may capitalize on it by creating interesting content around it in order to increase search traffic to your site. This will boost your SEO and may bring you some new clients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    Step 1: Study your niche
    Before you figure out what are the best keywords to optimize your page, it’s best that you start by diving deep to learn more about your topic or niche. It can give you out-of-the-box ideas and help discover angles to your marketing and SEO strategy that you might not have thought about before.

    Step 2: Define your goals
    A plan needs to always begin by defining the end goal. But before that, you should ask important and introspective questions like:

    Who are you?
    What is your brand about?
    What makes you special?
    What is your website about?
    What promises do you make on your website?

    Step 3: Make a list of relevant topics
    Based on your the main category of your brand and the goals you aim to achieve, break it down to smaller topic buckets. Make a list of all the topics related to your brand that you want to rank on Google.

    Step 4: Create a list of seed keywords
    Now that you’ve broken down your main category to different buckets of sub-topics, you can start creating a list of seed keywords. These keywords need to be related to your various topics, and more importantly, are terms that your target audience might be searching on Google.

    Step 5: Use good keyword research tools
    You might assume, “shouldn’t keyword research begin with using a keyword tool?” There’s no right or wrong answer there, to be honest. But there is an obvious advantage to researching search terms from your brand or business perspective first and foremost.

    Step 6: Study the search intent
    Plugging in high-volume keywords to bump up rankings for a page used to work pretty easily. But it’s not so simple anymore these days. Today, Google’s machine learning search algorithms compare search terms with user queries to learn about search intent.

    Step 7: Identify long tail keywords
    Seed keywords are often shorter search terms that are closely related to your brand’s main topic or category. Long tail keywords, on the other hand, are more descriptive and often related to your brand’s smaller buckets of sub-topics. Matching your target audience’s search intent to long tail keywords is far easier compared to seed keywords.

    Step 8: Find out about your competitors
    Doing keyword research on Google about your brand alone is not nearly enough. You also need to be aware of what your competitors are doing. The better you understand the content landscape of your industry, the better it will be for your SEO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    There are quite a few great, thorough keyword research guides on the internet (see here, here, and here). In general, they tell you to follow this process:

    Create a seed list of starting terms
    Expand your list using keyword research tools
    Refine your list with competitive research

    1. Research your audience. What terms does your audience use to describe your products or services? What other relevant terms do they use in their day-to-day lives? Look at blog posts and comments, forums, LinkedIn groups, and your own support requests.

    2. Find the search terms in use now. Use your analytics tool, Google Webmaster tools, and your weblogs to see what search terms people are using to get to you. If you have access to data on your internal site search, look at those terms to see what people are looking for.

    3. Get some suggestions. Soovle is a tool that lets you enter a keyword and see what the top autocomplete are for a number of different search engines and other sites. It’s not worth running every keyword through Soovle, but you might try a couple to see if you missed anything.

    4. Check out the competition. Tools such as SpyFu or SEM Rush let you see what competitors are bidding on. As with Soovie, there’s no need to spend hours on these sites. But it can be helpful to put in a few competitor names or key terms to see if there’s anything you didn’t think of.

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    You should do one thing. You need to do an analysis of your market. After that, you need to do keyword research with the Google Keywords planner tool. This will help with keyword research.

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    Know about the your business and niche and try to find some match from google serp either you can use keyword analysis tools like google and keyword.io

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    Use a keyword tool and find keywords and search terms for your site. Try to find keywords that have good volume of searches and less sites listed.

    You should try to seo site for terms you have a chance in search engines to be listed on first page and not terms or keywords that you will never have a chance to get listed on fist page.

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    Utilize a catchphrase apparatus and observe watchwords and quest terms for your site. Attempt to observe catchphrases that have a great volume of searches and less destinations recorded.

    You should attempt to website optimization webpage for terms you get an opportunity in web indexes to be recorded on the first page and not terms or watchwords that you won't ever get an opportunity to get recorded on clench hand page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyril30 View Post
    How do you do keyword research?
    Hello,

    " Keyword research is the process of finding and analyzing search terms that people enter into search engines with the goal of using that data for a specific purpose, often for search engine optimization (SEO) or general marketing. Keyword research can uncover queries to target, the popularity of theses queries, their ranking difficulty, and more.

    To know more read this blog: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/how-to-do-keyword-research-ht"

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    1: Make a list of important, relevant topics based on what you know about your business. ...
    2: Fill in those topic buckets with keywords. ...
    3: Understand How Intent Affects Keyword Research and Analyze Accordingly. ...
    4: Research related search terms.

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