Does anyone know any good resources for consistently performing search terms?
Does anyone know any good resources for consistently performing search terms? I go to GoogleTrends for topic ideas sometimes but 9 out of 10 are momentary surges based on news stories. I'm interested in topics that consistently attract traffic.
The best option is to use the Google keywords tool (https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal)
Type in a keyword (say, 'cars') then select a keyword with more than 3-4 words from the generated list.
Easy. Look around you and see what is great, and has been great for a while - chances are it will still be thought to be great in five years.
Write about that great thing you see.
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