The SEO Game Plan gives people access to my SEO experience and the process documents I use for my clients daily. Keyword research is the starting point for this. So why am I giving it away for free?
When I worked for SEO agencies, I sometimes got clients (from the sales team) who would never benefit from search engine optimization- perhaps their product was so new or unique that people don’t know to search for it yet. It was not only frustrating for me, but It was also frustrating for the companies that were sold something that couldn’t help them.
I’m offering my keyword research process for free to help businesses know if SEO can promote their business- or not. Better to learn this now before you spend thousands on an SEO campaign that is doomed from the beginning.
If you follow this keyword research process and determine that people aren’t looking for your business, you will have to pivot into another marketing strategy besides SEO. There are other ways you can find your audience and market your services:
These can all help companies that SEO can’t.
Once you’ve determined that people are searching for what your business has to offer, now you need to start your SEO campaign. The things you learn in your keyword research will help you get started.
Since you might not be able to read my chicken-scratch, here are some of the essential parts of an SEO campaign that start from keyword research:
You can’t do most SEO tasks without first understanding how your customers are looking for you.
I’m providing the keyword research process as an example of the other parts of the Game Plan. If you find this process straightforward and helpful, I think you’ll find value from the other processes in Curious Ants as well. In case it’s not apparent, I’m hoping you’ll want to sign up by giving away the keyword research process.
SEO seems hard- you have to keep up with all the changes and weed through contradictory advice. This is frustrating and overwhelming. Curious Ants will teach you SEO while bringing your website more traffic and customers- because you’ll learn SEO while doing it.