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how can we choose keywords for website?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by CncLuffy, Nov 28, 2014.

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    Try searching within Google Hot Trends for the keywords or phrases you would use to find your services if you were in the market for them. Or you can also use Wordtracker Gtrends which will tell you if a key phrase is worth using or not. I've been having great success with the latter.
     
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    Before choosing a keyword, first choose a niche (A niche is about what you are going to write, eg: football). Once you choose a niche, its time to find keywords. For this there are many tools, both free and paid.
    The best free keyword tool is definitely google keyword tool. This tool gives an idea of how many searches your desired keyword gets. Once you are fairly satisfied with a keyword, go to google and search it.
    Analyze the sites in the first page, if all the sites are high authority sites like amazon, dailymail, etc you need to find another keyword as it will be very hard to rank.

    This is where paid keyword tools like Long tail pro comes into play, they not only show number of searches for a particular keyword but also estimate the difficulty to rank for that keyword which can save lot of time instead manually checking each keyword.

    Hope it helped :)
     
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    Google's Keyword Planner is one of the best tools to start out with. Not only is it free, but because it's coming from Google, the data itself is far more reliable. With Google being the biggest search engine in the world, they have the largest amount of user data to pull from. That said, the Google Keyword Planner is primarily designed to help those who are advertising via their AdWords platform, find keyword phrases to bid on. There are some other keyword services out there such as Wordstream and Wordtracker, or even Bing's keyword tool, which have their own keyword databases, but they are much more limited. For example, with Bing, the traffic volume estimates are usually a lot more vague, since they don't get nearly as much traffic as Google does.

    If you really want to get into the longer tail terms then you could use a program such as Scrapebox, which can scrape all the suggested search queries from Google's search box. These are the suggested phrases you see as you are typing in a search on Google. These are a little tougher to scrape in bulk though, since Google will temporarily block your IP address if they detect you trying to do this in bulk. That is why, in addition to using Scrapebox, you will also need to purchase some private or semi private proxies to use in it, in order to pull this off.

    There is a free tool called Ubersuggest which also scrapes these suggestions, but it doesn't easily go several levels deep with the phrases like Scrapebox does.
     
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    Keywords for your website should be based on the topic of your website. You will have to choose keywords on the basis of the content that you will be publishing on your website. Before you choose keywords, try to find the niche. Your keywords will be based on your niche.
     
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    Make sure your keywords are relevant to your niche. Your blog or writing should make sense. If your article is about dogs, then don't write about cutting down a tree, unless it's to get the dog out of the tree!

    As long as your writing makes sense and is a good read, then you'll be OK. Focus more on writing something good, then edit it and include a few keywords or buzzwords.
     
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    Google Keyword planner is the best tool to find relevant keywords for any website. Insert your main keyword in planner and search for relevant keywords there. You will find many keywords and choose the keywords which are perfectly matched with your website and have high searches.
     
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