What's the best way to find the most suitable SEO keywords?
Is there an application that helps through this or is there a technique to use?
You can ask the one who is using internet skill . or you can search on Google and other
google keyword tool in this tool we are find the best keyword for your website but the problem is which one keyword is choose .
Click on Exact Box than Select the keyword Competition is low and traffic is high...............
Finding good keywords is one of the toughest tasks. When I do keyword research, I use 3 different tools. First, I use Market Samurai. It is a paid program, but the keyword research part of it is in the free version. After I've found a few ideas, I use Google Keyword Tool. You want to change it from "broad" to "exact" on the left side, and you want high competition. If you are looking to maximize earning potential, you also want cost per click to be above $1. It should be set default to local, but if not, change it. You want exact local monthly searches to be at 1600 or higher. Finally, use Google itself. Once you've narrowed down a few keywords, use allinurl:KEYWORD and allintitle:KEYWORD in a Google search. Good keywords will have both of these under 50,000.
by Earl Noah Bernsby 4 years ago
I can here the snippers approaching.Snip, snip.Snip.
by Butch Tool 2 years ago
Hello, dear fellows, I am hoping that someone with more experience may be able to direct me to any free resources that will help me learn how to become an SEO master. Primarily, I want to learn how to do in-depth keyword research to pick great niches to write about that have a high payment on...
by Yvonne Spence 7 years ago
Hello Everyone, I’m primarily a writer, not a computer buff or web-site designer and in my other attempts at on-line writing I haven’t been trying to earn money, so I haven’t bothered about gaining traffic. I’m patient, I’ve read it takes a while to build up earnings, but...
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
When I read tutorials my head spins. So please give me an example using my topic: a recipe for baked salmon. If the title is "How to make Herb-crusted baked salmon", and I use the phrases "salmon fillet" "fish" throughout the hub, that's not optimizing right? Examples...
by Jimut Dhali 5 years ago
I heard many times about promoting your hub, and making it SEO friendly or SEO optimized. How to do that exactly? And what to do?
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