SEO writers and experts... May I ask you something? I hope you'd find the time...
I was just wondering... Clients give you keywords to incorporate in contents or articles. Where do they get these keywords? And what's up with the percentage involving the visibility of such keywords? Hmm...
google insights tool and the google keyword tool among others tell you about search trends, the popularity and competition for certain searches. There are other tools you can find online that will suggest keyword variations - then you put those into the Google keyword tool as well and you will get a list of how many people are searching for that term, the competition level etc. From that research you narrow down the keyword terms you want to target.
I have a hub on SEO for beginner's you may find helpful that has screenshots of these tools and links to them etc.
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