Jun 142015





 A keyword is a word or phrase that people search for in the search engines.

Every time you do a google search you are entering a “keyword” into the search box.

The  goal of your keyword research is to find keywords that you can get rankings in Google, Yahoo, and Bing with, all while attracting a relevant audience. Using keywords to build content around, will lead you to search engine rankings and traffic to your website!


Helpful Hints:

You want to come up with “keywords” relevant to your website and your niche.

Start broad with a few of your searches (ie. two or three-word searches), then refine your searches.

Ideally you are looking for keywords that:

* Have more than 50 monthly searches (sometimes ANY traffic is OK)

* Less than 300 QSR. (the lower the less competition).

* Make sense 



Where to put the keywords? 

You should use your Keyword:  once in the title, and once in the first paragraph.

Then write naturally, do not focus on the keyword, focus on your reader.

Write quality content that engages your readers.



Where do I find keywords? 



       You can get a free account ( 30 FREE searches no credit card required).




At Wealthy Affiliate, they have a  Free Keyword Tool.



 Do you want to learn about keywords?

What they are, how to find them, how to use them and what they can do for you?

Wealthy Affiliate will teach you not only about keywords, but how to build your own website, how to write content, get traffic and more

Whether you are just starting out or already have your own website, WA has the training, tools and support you need to succeed.

Thanks for stopping by, 



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