Easiest Keyword Research Method Explained!

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There are lots of Keyword Research method found online. But most of these are rehashed and same information found again and again. But here is the simplest method explained in this slide.

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Easiest Keyword Research Method Explained!

  1. 1. Nasir Uddin Shamim DevsTeam Limited Blog: ShamimNasir.com
  2. 2. Introductory - Don’t Panic. Keep It Really Simple! - Think Differently. - Focus On Your Favorite Category of Keywords that you would love to promote and eager to work with. - Don’t Assume. Follow Numbers & Data to take final decision. --- So, lets Get Started ---
  3. 3. Pick Your Root Keywords Make A List of Your Root Keywords Based from AllTop.Com Categories or any other Websites like About.Com. Pick a Keyword you loved the most. Now go to: https://adwords.google.com/KeywordPlanner Enter your Root Keyword and Get Keyword Ideas. (Country = Global, Monthly Search=500)
  4. 4. Start Analyzing Keywords Pick a keyword from Google Adwords Tool and then search it with a Quotation sign covered. Check the competitors PR, Indexed Pages, Backlinks, Age and other data. Make an Excel Sheet and enlist everything found. Decide your Main & Final Keyword To Go with.
  5. 5. Target Sitewide Keywords After finalizing the main keyword; find a domain name and hosting space and set up your blog. Then this is the most important part you should focus on. Find at least 50 relevant or high search Keyword Phrases to support your main Keyword and to grow your website BIG. To do that; go to: http://suggester.promediacorp.com/ and http://ubersuggest.org/ or from Google KW Planner.
  6. 6. That’s Simple Rewind! Click A Topic you love. Go to Google Keyword Planner and extract related searches. Pick each keyword and Analyze the Competition. Finalize the Main Keyword. Find supportive keywords from Google Keywords Planner again or from Ubersuggest. VOILA!
  7. 7. Thank You 

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