Provide us a list of ten relevant search terms and we will research the search terms for popularity and
competition use. You will be given a list of over 100 search terms to pick from!
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These keywords are chosen by. . .
They are searched for the most times in a 24 hour time period
The competition is relatively low to optimize your web site for because. . .
The number of backlinks to competing web sites
The number of times the keyword is found in url addresses
The number of times the keyword is found in the <title> tag
The number of times the keyword is found in anchor text
The number of times the keyword is found in the <body> text
The number of web sites out there optimizing for these keywords
These keywords are selected from comparing the results from. . .
Four Search Engine Databases
Two Online Keyword Tool Subscriptions
One Keyword Research Tool Software
It is important to compare the results from all of these sources because the keyword may rank well in one area, but not the other. It is usually in the best interest to select a keyword that has favorable results in all the resources so you can cover all of the bases and make the research as accurate as possible.
We start out with a keyword phrase theme then compile a keyword list by using these resources:
Thesaurus - To obtain related keywords that are still widely used, but not by the competition
Search Engine Database - Get a related keyword list from the search engine's database of what else they search for in addition to 'copywriting'
Keyword Software - We run an analysis thru our software for another list of keyword terms
Paid Subscriptions - More keywords are generated by using two online paid keyword subscription tools.
After this we end up with a list from 100 to 500 keyword phrases.
Out of the 100 to 500 keyword phrases to research we test them all out by these categories:
Search engine researched in
Ratio of keyword to search engine database
Value of keyword
Number of queries made in database
Estimated number of times it is searched for within 24 hours
Number of competing web pages using this keyword
Number of times keyword is used in the <title> tag
Number of times keyword is used in web site url
Number of times keyword is used as anchor text
Number of times keyword is used in <body> text
And our score combining all of this data to bring you the true value of the keyword phrase.
After getting this data we throw out the bad ones and keep the ones that are easy to optimize for and searched for frequently.
A competition analysis is done on the keywords by using these details:
Number of times searched for per day
Our ranking score once again
Number of pages indexed with the keyword
Number of times keyword is in <title> tag. (Note: this result is using the intitle: operator instead of the more accurate allintitle: operator above.)
The number of backlinks pointing to competitor found at #1 and #2 in Google using the keyword.
The Pay Per Click cost for that particular keyword for the first and second place using Overture.
The bidding for the top positions using Pay Per Click is included with ALL of the search terms (Usually 100 to 500). With this list you know which keyword phrases to bid on because these are the ones that are searched for the most on the internet!
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Keyword research is the most important and time consuming aspect of
web site optimization. Anyone's plan can fail if they don't do the
right research on keyword analysis. There are no free
keyword researches tools on the internet that can give you the results
you need! The research for keywords requires so much more
than what they can offer. Here are some examples why:
Say you want to optimize a web page of your site for 'web design' you
go to all the work to optimize your site and discover that you are
having problems reaching #1. You sprinkled the keywords in the
right positions, have a good linking strategy enabled, but still cannot
achieve #1. Why?
Let's take a closer look at the keyword phrase, 'web design'.
Upon one of our reports (the 'research keywords report') we discover
that the keyword 'web design' is searched 23,342 times per day!
That sounds great! But look at the number for competition, it says
92,500,000 people are using the word 'web design' to optimize their
site. That's a lot of competition! With these two numbers
entered into a formula we come up with a KEI (keyword effectiveness
index) rating of 5.890. The higher the KEI rating the easier it is
to obtain the #1 position.
So we start to follow the advice in the search engine
optimization article on how to achieve a number one ranking. And we take the advice of
what other users type in that is related to web design by going to
certain web pages. We find more keywords to test out and see how
they match up. We keep entering the information into the computer
and formulas until we have a list of over 100 of the most widely used
search terms for web design. Now we study them. All of them.
Here are some conditions to look at to determine if we keep a keyword
phrase on the list or cross it off. Below is an example of one keyword
Note: One keyword analysis should not be used alone to
get the results of keyword research. They need to be
compared to others. This is one of four that we use shown below:
"Remember, not to make your judgment from just one source!"
web design Daily world searches: Very High! Competition: Very High! KEI: Very Low! Summary: This keyword is to competitive to be of any use to
Keyword: webdesign Daily world searches: Very High! Competition: High! KEI: Better, but not good Summary: This keyword is still very competitive, and the
KEI rating of it still does not justify trying for.
Keyword: oklahoma web design Daily world searches: High! Competition: medium KEI: High! Summary: This keyword is worth going after if you are
interested in people only from Oklahoma. The KEI rating outweighs
the competition number.
So as you can see these are the factors to consider for picking the
right keywords. I narrow the list down to the top ten and run more
reports on them until I have over 100 keywords to analyze. Also I
use two other keyword generators besides the one on the left to compile
more lists for comparison.
Another place I used to research keywords was from the 'secret' pages
of search engines that show the results of what other users typed in
that is related to the search term 'web design'. This information
can be found at this search engine optimization article.
Eventually I came across a keyword that was searched 1,487 times a
day that has the same meaning as web design that was only used 3,850
times from competitors. I
planned my web page for that particular keyword using the web
site search engine optimization advice report and in about 4 weeks I
reached #1 in MSN. And in about 4 months I reached #1 in Google.
It only took 4 weeks because my web site has already been on the web
for awhile and gets indexed fairly quickly. It normally takes 6-8
months for a brand new web site to get indexed. Although I'm
creating a brand new site that got indexed in just a week by Yahoo.
Remember that your site will get indexed faster if the search engine
spider finds a link pointing to your site instead of having to rely on
finding your site on its own. Remember that you have a better
chance of ranking higher in Google if you let Google find you first
instead of submitting your web site to Google first.
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