How to Find Relevant Keywords
If you’ve ever wanted to find relevant keywords, then you’re reading the right article.
That’s because you’re about to discover my easy 3-step method for tackling the keyword search.
And the good news is that this method works even if you do not have experience or know nothing about SEO.
Read on to the steps below
Step 1: We’re going to find a way to show you how to find relevant Keywords.
Many people who’re new to keyword research don’t even realize that they need to do this step before they can write a blog post or article for the web. And that’s why a lot of people who try to write a blog post or article for the web fail. It’s all because they did not know about this crucial step.
So, the first thing you need to do is to understand who you’re trying to reach with your content. Once you figure that out you can then start to find relevant keyword or keywords.
You’ll find that this part of the process goes much more smoothly if you apply these tips and tricks:
- know who you want to reach
- what niche your searching in
- What is the next step
Once you’ve figured all that out, then you can move on to the next step…
Step 2: Finding the Perfect Keyword(s)
The next thing you need to do is find out how you’re going to find these keywords.
When I first started trying to find relevant keywords, I made a lot of mistakes. And now that I’ve helped others do it, I see a lot of people have a tendency to make some of the same mistakes. So let me share with you the top 3 mistakes I made and how to avoid them:
- making up keyword phrases – I quit doing that by using a keyword tool online
- Getting hung up on long tail keywords – I mix things up sometimes two words sometimes 3-4
- Not asking help – I use a tool right now called keywords everywhere which is an awesome tool but it’s not free.
Step 3: Gathering keywords from keywords everywhere software
I friend of mind introduced me to keywords everywhere a while and it was a life saver. What I like about it is its only $10 for 100K credits. even though you may pay more than one credit for a keyword you still get a lot for $10.
At this step you’re likely to notice how simplistic this software is to use. So, what you need to do is write down a good list of keywords with low to medium searches per month.
I still remember the first time I was doing this step and trying to drill down for the perfect keywords. I remember when I first went and looked at this and did not think it was worth $10. But after looking at it, reading the sales page & watching videos I realized that I needed to start using this tool. If for nothing more than testing the tool out to see what it could do for keyword research.
And there you have it – a simple 3-step method for finding relevant keywords. Now that you know how to find them for your business, there’s just one thing left for you to do: TAKE ACTION
I want you to remember that keyword research is crucial if you’re trying to rank content of any kind. SO take the time to do this so your content can and will get ranked at some point.
So get to it, and soon you too will be ranking your content faster than you are today!
Until the next post I encourage you to like an share this if you found it helpful.
Have a great day.