Choosing Keywords for A Website?

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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #10 on: 11-14-2017, 01:31:27 »
Watchword look into is a standout amongst the most vital, profitable, and exceptional yield exercises in the pursuit promoting field. Positioning for the correct watchwords can represent the moment of truth your website.The target catchphrase expression ought to be a two-to-four-word state that passes on the article's center theme or message.
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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #11 on: 11-21-2017, 08:59:07 »
You have two options;
1) a brandable domain name - which can help build a community and brand around your site - this however takes time, investment and patience
2) selected keyword - although search engines no longer favor exact search terms within the domain name itself, for particularly low competition keywords you can rank pretty quickly and easy.

It really does depend on your site, your niche, or your product. Is it a long-term project or short?
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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #12 on: 10-23-2019, 11:53:08 »
Think like a customer. Identify your target audience and put yourself into the shoes of a customer when you create your initial list of keywords.
Study the competition.
Understand the long tail keyword.
Use keyword research tools.
Analyze the results.

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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #13 on: 11-11-2019, 21:10:14 »
If you've a website and finding new keywords for a website, then we can use the keyword research tool for that. There are several keywords research tools available on the web through which we can find suitable keywords for the website of which we want to promote.

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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #14 on: 11-11-2019, 23:34:36 »
With the help of Google keyword planner you can search and finalize the keywords. while choosing keywords, pay close attention to the monthly searches and it's competition.


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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #15 on: 11-14-2019, 21:06:31 »
Following things, you must consider doing a perfect keyword research

-Check the Search Volume, Clicks & Traffic Potential
-Look at Your Competitor's traffic-generating Pages
-Identify Search Intent for Your Keyword
-Determine If You Can Fulfill Search Intent
-Manually Assess Ranking Difficulty
-See Which Common Keywords the Top 3 Pages Rank for

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Re: Choosing Keywords for A Website?
« Reply #16 on: 11-25-2019, 03:05:14 »
Here are the following 5 simple steps for Effective Right Keyword
1. THINK LIKE A CUSTOMER--Identify your target audience and put yourself into the shoes of a customer when you create your initial list of keywords.
2.  STUDY THE COMPETITION--Make a list of your main competitors and go to their websites to see what keywords they are targeting.
3. UNDERSTAND THE LONG TAIL KEYWORD--Long-tail keywords are a combination of three or more words or phrases. While long-tail keywords tend to boast lower search volumes, they generally attract more relevant traffic, are typically less competitive, and easier to rank well on.
4. USE KEYWORD RESEARCH TOOLS--Use Google AdWords Keyword Tool to research your potential target keywords. With these tools, you can gather data on keyword volume and trends, keyword competition, similar keywords and more.
5. ANALYZE THE RESULTS--After choosing your keywords don't forget to monitor them and analyze the results. There are often trending keywords or phrases, along with new keywords your competitors may be using.

Don't forget to utilize your keywords wherever possible! Insert your keywords into blog posts, social media posts and your website's content. The more you use keywords within your content, the easier it will be for your target audience to find you.

 

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