I have read that Long Tail Keywords have better conversion rate in terms of traffic and revenue. I have also read Marye Audet one of the elite hubber's Hub on the topic but unable to find them. In her hub she explains to use the Google Wonder Wheel to find Long Tail Keywords but for some reason the wonder wheel is not appearing for me in the Google search page. Please suggest what should I do.
If you're using an old version of Safari, Wonder Wheel doesn't show.
In Firefox, Wonder Wheel is on the left side of the page. Click on "More search tools" and there it is. It doesn't show on the Google page itself. It appears on the SERP page after you've initiated a search and the results appear.
Maybe I'm not clear...
Type in "onion" (or anything) in the Google bar, and when the results show up, you'll see the "more search tools" on the left. Try to use the latest Firefox version your computer and OS can handle.
This hub by Susanna S may help: http://hubpages.com/hub/Long-Tail-Keywords-SEO
Many Thanks for your suggested hub. I have gone through the hub
already but in the Hub Susana mentions about Wonder Wheel tool which I am unable to get so the hub is wonderful one but of not much use for me.
The wonder wheel is only so much help just use your imagination and you can usually come up with better keywords.
If you do choose to use the wonderwheel (and can get it to work!) to help you find long tail keywords, make sure you also check out the traffic potential in the keyword tool as well as publisher competition on the search results.
To get wonder wheel you should check the "Don't use google instant search" option in google settings.
I like the keyword tool using it indepth and allowing my imagination to work thinking LSI all the while, good points brought up by all.
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