Keyword Segmentation: Find Which Product Categories Rank Best
Using keyword segmentation to see pages may rank well gives insight that can guide you in where to invest your SEO and content resources.
The Hidden Keys to Ranking on Amazon
In this training we’re going to show you how to use the keyword trifecta to effectively rank your products.
What is the Trifecta you ask? We’re going to show you how to find the Money Making keywords, track where you rank for each and what keywords to attack with PPC… and no, they’re not usually the same words you threw into your listing.
These are major cornerstones that separates most successful seller’s from the rest.
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How to Find Low Competition Keywords for SEO
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to find low competition keywords.
Additional SEO Resources
How to Do Keyword Research for a NEW Website (Full Tutorial) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5IJ0APR0EQ
Keyword Research Tutorial: From Start to Finish ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMJQPqG2Uas
Keyword Research Tips to Help you Rank Higher in Google ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7PzHO40bOU
Keyword Research Tutorials for SEO ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvJ_dXFSpd2u5JCtiYWfvnSvAkoPwg5VY
What is a low-competition keyword?
Basically, it’s a keyword that’s easy to rank for. But with so many different Google ranking factors, people generally think of low competition keywords as topics that don’t require a lot of backlinks to rank high.
But ranking high on Google isn’t always just about backlinks.
Here’s a 5-step process which will help you find low competition keywords.
The first step is to brainstorm a list of topics. Topics means broad keywords that are related to your niche.
The second step is to expand your topics with a keyword research tool.
Keyword research tools give you information about how often words and phrases are searched. They’re also the main way SEOs generate keyword lists.
You’ll learn which tool to use and how to use it.
Step three is to filter keywords for low difficulty scores. You’ll learn how to do this in the video.
The fourth step is to check if you can match search intent. Search intent tells us the reason behind a searcher’s query. And if you can’t match searcher intent, you won’t be able to rank — even if the query is so-called “low competition.”
You’ll learn how to figure out a keyword’s search intent in the video.
The final step is to assess if the keyword is truly low-difficulty.
Metrics like keyword difficulty and referring domains can only tell you so much. And while combining these metrics can be helpful, they don’t always paint a full picture.
This video will show you how to do this.
Low competition keywords are great to target when your website is fairly new or has low authority, they shouldn’t be the only strategy you use. Higher competition topics generally lead to more traffic and links, two things that all SEOs are after. Plus. competitive topics usually have higher commercial value.
So it’s still worth going after competitive topics but you should set your time horizon realistically.
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What Keywords This Article Is Ranking For?
Google Search Console and Analytics do give us a lot of information, but a common question site owners usually ask is, what keywords is this article ranking for? Of course, you can visit your GSC to sort and group the data manually, but we have a better, faster, and more seamless way to get that information. Introducing the Rank Math’s Analytics Module. You now have a powerful analytics tool in your hands.
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How to Find Lucrative Keywords That Are Easy to Rank For
Today I’m going to teach you how to find lucrative keywords that are easy to rank for.
RESOURCES & LINKS:
FINDING THE MOST POWERFUL KEYWORDS – PLAYLIST:
A Simple Hack to Finding the Right Keywords to Rank #1 on Google (The Best FREE SEO Tool): https://youtu.be/2Wtjc1o2oI0
How to Find Hundreds of Thousands of SEO Keywords For Free: https://youtu.be/0HRCWqFUlOY
How to Rank for Thousands of Keywords Without Building Links: https://youtu.be/Prp2lkzNQv4
So the first thing that you need to do is head onto, over to Ubersuggest is NeilPatel.com/ubersuggest, or technically you can just go Ubersuggest.com and type in any keywords related to your industry.
So I’m in the online marketing niche. So let’s say I type in marketing. And when you type marketing and hit enter or click search, you’ll end up seeing a report that breaks down the traffic overview for that term. So let’s say with this term marketing, you can see here, you know, here’s a search volume, the SEO difficulty, pay difficulty, cost per click, trend over time.
And what you want to do is first look for keywords That ideally have more desktop traffic than mobile. So the desktop traffic is in yellowish orange color. The mobile traffic is in reddish color. The reason I say you want more desktop searches is desktop searches tend to convert better than mobile searches.
You also want to look for keywords that don’t just get high search volume, but also get a lot of clicks. As you can see here, if someone types in marketing 29,000, you know, good percentage click on SEO results, very few click on paid, but look, the majority click on nothing. So you ideally want to find keywords that have more clicks than people clicking on nothing.
You ideally want to go after, as I mentioned, keywords that have a lot of volume, low SEO difficulty, ideally under 40 and good cost per click, the higher, the number, the means more lucrative the keyword. As you can see with digital marketing, a lot more people click on the SEO results versus the no clicks.
And you can also look at age range, the older the age range, the better cause if everyone’s under 18, it usually means they’re not going to spend money, because most of them don’t have credit cards. So underneath, you’ll see a section called keyword ideas. I want you to click on view all keyword ideas, and this will show you all the keywords that related towards digital marketing. Now, the way you find the most lucrative keywords to go after is you look for the ones that have good volume, high CPC and low SEO difficulty.
So what I’ll do to keep things really simple is I’ll use the filters, the filters all put a minimum cost per click of a dollar, because I want it, you know, the more, the better, and I’m going to put a SEO difficulty max, cause I want to under this of 40 and then click apply. This will show me all the keywords.
Now, another thing to keep in mind is the related tab. See the suggestion test pulls from Google suggests the related tab pulls from the entire database of any keyword that mentions it, digital marketing. So same thing here. You’ll just get a bigger list of keywords.
Probably a money keyword doesn’t get searched a lot, but I bet you anyone who types this in is going to convert and comparisons digital marketing versus traditional. This is really useful when you look at company names, MailChimp versus HubSpot, or it could be, you know, Ubersuggest versus SEMrush, whatever it may be.
So once you end up having a list of keywords that you want to target and you’re going through this, all you have to do is just select the ones that are relevant for you. And literally you can either copy them to clipboard or just export them after you select all the ones that are relevant. That’s how you go out and you find good keywords.
So when you do all of that, you have your list here. Typically you want to look for keywords that have a good CPC. You can start off with anything it’s going to vary per region, but in the United States, they usually like using a CPC of over a dollar, an SEO score max of over 40 for difficulty, because of that way or showing all the keywords that are under that. And when you do that and you go through all the sections, just highlight all the keywords that are intriguing for you, that you think are relevant to your business.
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