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How to Make Your Keywords Traffic Friendly

It is well known fact that keyword research is at the beginning of each successful SEO campaign, but to get best results I recommend targeting as many keywords per page as possible. What I like most about this approach is that in the end I get long tail keywords that have almost no competition and decent search volume. To make this clearer, here is how to generate a lot of relevant keyword ideas for your website content. The first place to look for keywords is your website. To get some good keyword suggestions, a good place to start is Ranks.nl. This website has been aroung for a lot of time and it can be quite useful to get a quick overview of the keywords you need for the particular page. The tool you need for that purpose is called Page Analyzer. With it, you will get a list with keywords grouped by the number of words. The best thing about this tool is that it is free.                           Although, you will get a lot of keyword ideas, most of them will be absolutely irrelevant to your page, so you...
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Did You Spend 10.02 seconds on keyword research? That’s 5.09 seconds more than your competition

What are you targeting? If I were to sit down with a webmaster or your average small business owner and ask that question, he or she would probably run off a list of terms, maybe even sight a few corresponding search volumes (i.e. how often the term is searched for each month) and then they would probably sit snuggly against their chair, feeling very proud of themselves. I would then open up The Google Keyword Tool, search around for about oh, I don’t know, 25 seconds and then say: “what’s that? – are you targeting that?”. Their response would typically be something like “why would I do that? It’s only searched for * times per month”. Gulp. It’s not about search volume – well, it is, but keyword research is not ALL about search volume. In fact, while we’re at it, Search Engine Optimisation isn’t all about rankings. In any marketing strategy, you need to be thinking about two things: Competition ROI That low search volume term may not drive much in the way of searches, but if it’s targeted and relevant with a relatively small competitive score (i.e. the number of webmasters who are competing to rank for that term),...
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