Let’s face it, keyword research sucks. It’s long tedious work, and in the end there is no definitive “aha these are my 100% 8 phrases that make me money”, it’s grouping of phrases and thousands of phrase variations…and in the end you’re still guessing
There is no magic bullet. Right. You do keyword research and if your smart you know no one source is accurate so you look at more sources and more sources…
figuring “hey the more keyword research I do the more I’ll know what to optimize on…but the more research you do…
…the more you know, the more you know that you don’t know. Right? Because the long tail of phrases is like fucking long!
Some of the people there will be making a pile of money from a few short phrases, so you may want to change your wording so that this keyword research is a good addition and a way to get a better understanding of phrases that your competitors don’t even know exist.
Good for a few phrases, but difficult for a large dataset. Tell a story about how someone might come to getting their keyphrases, printing them off, then putting them up on a wall to analyze in person. Then animate in the image.
A lot more security and freedom/liberty phrases with Bush, more phrases about our time and now for Obama. Inaugural speeches have similar ingredients, but their recipes can vary. You can get some great insight into the variances by breaking them down to their component words.
Keyword ResearchThinking Beyond the Phrase Ken Jurina President & CEO, Top Draw Inc. @kenjurina www.topdraw.com
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