How to Do Keyword Research for Your WordPress Blog


How to Do Keyword Research for Your WordPress Blog
Yvette Garrett

Semrush is a must have for SEO analysis. Though a bit pricey, But It’s totally worth it. With Semrush, I can easily spy on my competitors’ keyword, ad campaign, check my ranking and the authority of my site, and more, in one place.
Answer the public is a cool tool I came across in one of your articles recently. And since then, I’ve been using it to come up with subheadings for my blog posts.

Keyword Research for WordPress: Why It Matters and How to Do It – Beginner’s Guide
Flavia Woodworth

Hint! The competition and the monthly searches are not the same thing. A keyword can have lots of searches and yet a low competition or vice versa. Let’s take “book” as an example. Everybody will use this term, but it’s not very specific and very few people will ever convert by using the keyword “book”, without any additional information. That’s why fewer people will bid for “book”. “Cheap book”, instead, will always suggest that there are customers who intend to buy your books.

How to Do Keyword Research for a WordPress Site
Lan Pacheco

Hi Karol, I have done keyword research for the company where I am doing my internship. I have a list of about 16 keywords (also long tail keywords)
And I am positive about these keywords, since I have done a lot of research. But what is the next step, what do I have to do with these keywords now? I am asking this because I am actually new to SEO, as in real practice, at school I have learned the theoretical part of it. But in real I am now challenged to try to improve the ranking of the website. At first I did a lot of research and figured that keyword research is the first step. After this I have now completed the list, can you suggest the next step?

How to Do Keyword Research for Your Next Blog Post
Stefanie Katz

Google’s Keyword Planner (free): This tool is intended for planning AdWords campaigns, but it is also a great resource for SEO work. You can hone in on your product or service, narrow down to a product category, and even target specific locations. Google provides historical statistics on what people have been searching, so the ad group ideas will give you insights on the terminology searchers use. You may be tempted to go for the high volume searches, but be cautious with this temptation. Competitive search terms are harder to rank for, and may not be phrased the way your target buyer would search.

Why You Shouldn’t Do Keyword Research for Your Blog Posts (And What to Do Instead)
Tonya Mcgee

He is the co-founder of Neil Patel Digital. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. Neil is a New York Times bestselling author and was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations.

How to Do Keyword Research for a WordPress Website
Grace Smith

High traffic keywords are often high competition keywords as well. This means that your competitors are also using these keywords to optimize their websites. The competition makes it difficult for your website to rank higher. If your content is fresh and up to date with a good network of links, both internally and externally, then you have a very good chance of ranking on the first page for those keywords.

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