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Keyword Research – Do You Need Paid Tools?

by jmoadmin
Great advice from the guys from Incomeschool: if you want to start a niche site, a blog, even an e-commerce site, stop doing keyword research the old fashioned way. Back in 2007 you would open up the Google external keyword Tool (now keyword Planner), generate a bunch of keywords and start analising search results. Ideally you would come up with a list of highly searched, low-competition keywords and build your blog around them. Not so in 2017. Google wants to see relevance now more than ever. Sites that have that are even outranking the big brands these days. You want […]

Keyword Assessment

by JMo
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[xf_four_fifth first]You should never tackle a list of keywords without first analyzing traffic and competition. Its a waste of time and resources to focus on keywords that are too competitive or dont get enough searches. There is a specific formula I use to determine which keywords I want to focus on: At least 1,000 monthly searches No more than 30,000 pages in Google in quotes No more than 10,000 results for allintitle When you get your list of keywords from the Google keyword tool, it will tell you approximately how many searches each phrase receives each month. I dont generally […]

How Keywords Impact SEO

by JMo
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Search engines give a lot of weight to text in the title of your document, so it is especially important to ensure that you place your keywords there. Of course, there are other places in your document that are almost as important for keyword placement. Domain Name Having keywords in your domain name can really help boost your sites rankings. If you wish to rank for buy golf clubs, you might wish to buy a domain like BuyGolfClubs.com or BuyGolfClubs.net. In order, the best domain extensions for SEO seem to be: .com .org .net I dont generally bother with any […]
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