When creating content with the goal of attracting traffic from Google, keyword research is a must.
Good keyword research will not only inform you what users are typing into Google, but it will also inform you what questions users want answered. Including answers to these questions in your content is the first step in creating high-performing content.
Find out, what numbers matter when performing research, and where you should trust your gut when it comes to creating content.
Research. It’s simply not possible to run a thorough promotion plan without first doing some solid research: audience research, content research, and so on.
The same holds true for SEO. Everything rests on solid and substantial keyword research. It’s the bones of search marketing. But where do you start when doing keyword research? How do you find the most pertinent keywords and topics?
Here are the basics of how to do keyword research so that you can start the process of getting your web content on the right track!
If you want to reach a wider audience, drive more traffic to your site, and increase conversions then you definitely want to rank higher on the Google SERP! For you to rank higher and bring in more traffic, the very first thing you need to do is keyword research.
Lucky for you, the 'keyword research road' is not overly complicated (at least it doesn't have to be).
Here's how you can access and use Google's very own free and powerful keyword research tool... Keyword Planner!
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Considering the broad economic value that brands can carry, performing thorough brand analysis is an essential and common business practice. As odd as it sounds, keyword research is a viable and potent way to perform brand analysis. For those of you who may be skeptical of the ability of keyword research to serve as a valuable tool to analyze brand power, allow me to demonstrate!