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    Earn 1000$ with keyword research guide Earn 1000$ with keyword research guide Presentation Transcript

    •  The best way to find the most effective keywords for free is through Google Adwords Keyword Tool. It can be accessed at https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolE Kindly login using your Google Account for a unrestricted usage to the keyword tool.
    •  Avoid Single Word Keywords Single word keywords are not only prohibitively competitive for most websites to rank well, but they also tend to generate much less effective traffic than more targeted key phrases containing multiple words. This is because the single word keywords are too broad, and they are too competitive. Most SEO won't touch single-word terms for this reason.
    •  Two to Four Word Phrases Perform Best The best keywords are two to four word phrases that accurately describe what you offer using everyday language that searchers are likely to type in, and which aren't so competitive that you have no chance of getting on the front page. Two and three word phrases are not only easier to rank for, they send you much higher quality traffic.
    •  Power of Long Tail Keywords A long tail keyword is a very targeted search phrase that contains 3 or more words. It often contains a head term, which is a more generic search term 1 or 2 words in length. Long tail keywords are more specific, which means visitors that land on your website from a long tail search term are more qualified. And since the content on your landing page is more relevant to the searcher, a greater percentage of that traffic is likely to convert into sales.
    •  Avoid Terms that are Unpopular If you pick unpopular keywords, your effort could be wasted. Ranking #1 on terms that nobody is searching for is just as bad as ranking #300 for terms that everybody is searching for. You can't get the traffic if people aren't using your search terms, no matter how well you're ranked. That doesn't mean you should avoid optimizing for lesser-used keywords at all. As long as a rare keyword search brings in some qualified traffic, then it's useful to your business.
    •  Check out Your Competitors Finally, research your competition and view their meta tags to see which keywords they are using. This is a great way to quickly list down the most commonly used keywords for your type of business.
    •  Addition Reading  We suggest you read the following articles for further help in keyword research. SEOmoz: http://www.seomoz.org/beginners-guide-to-seo/keyw Improve the Web: http://improvetheweb.com/how-to-conduct-your-key Search Engine People: http://www.searchenginepeople.com/blog/keyw ord-research-how-to.html
    • Paid Keyword Research Services Num Company Pricing Free Trial 1. Wordtracker $69.00 / month 7 days 2. Keyword Discovery $69.95 / month Lifetime 3. Rank Tracker $99.75 / one-time Lifetime 4. WordZe $38.98 / month 30 days 5. Keyword Spy $89.95 / month Lifetime