Finding a powerful keyword is the first and the Important part of the SEO process Keyword Research is 3 Step Process
There are Two Methods of finding good keywords
In this blog I will show how to research a keyword manually I will make another blog on tools
Firstly let’s understand the keyword levels Most people in SEO (myself included) divide keywords into three main categories: head, body, and the long tail.
In the head terms, Keyword is a single word Keyword which is more Competitive and less in conversations Because If someone search for laptop or smartphone but there are might be looking for a Dell Laptop or MacBook, a list of laptops or smartphone or a definition of the word That’s why Head term keywords are less in conversations
This is a 2-3 words keyword which less competitive compare to Head terms and more in conversations Because now the user is searching for Laptops of Dell, Smartphone of Apple, Etc The user is searching for the specific thing and if your blog is about that specific then the user will visit your website. These Keywords get 2000+ Searches per month.
These terms don’t get a lot of search volume individually (usually around 10-200 searches per month). But when you add them together, long tails make up the majority of searches online. And because they don’t get searches for that much, long-tail terms usually aren’t very competitive. If your site is brand new. Or if you want to focus 100% on keywords that aren’t competitive. Then you DEFINITELY want to target long-tail keywords.
Our 2 Method is Searches Related To This Method is also an easy and simple way to find keywords Just search your Topic and scroll the page to the bottom you will see a bunch of keywords and you can find more specific keywords by clicking one this keyword and again scroll down the page.
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Make a Google Sheet and store all the keywords you have selected and filter them on the basis of the traffic on them by using google trends.
Type your Keyword in google and see if the result page has snippets and ads or not? And if that page has snippets and ads them you might have to drop that keyword because of Snippets and Ads you won’t be able to get clicks on your website.
And If there is a low CTR then why should I waste my time making a blog on that keyword.Thanks for Reading!