Keyword research is the process of finding the phrases your customers use to see companies like you in the search engines.
Keyword research will tell you some important things about your SEO campaign:
At the end of the keyword research process, you’ll have a list of many possible phrases your potential customers might use to find you. You’ll know what pages you need to create on your site from this list. You’ll also have ideas for new blog posts you can write on your site (or other sites for link-building purposes). You can get so much from keyword research that I give these processes away for free.
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This is how you do keyword research:
The first time you do keyword research, I recommend creating an SEO blueprint next. This can be as simple as a spreadsheet listing each page and stating what your main keywords (or better, topics) might be for each of those pages. That’s the next step in the SEO game plan.
I recommend reviewing your keyword research every six months. Over that time, ask yourself:
Don’t forget to update your game plan spreadsheet with the date you completed this task so you can remember to return to it in a few months. In the meantime, sort your game plan spreadsheet by the “Review” date and proceed with the next item.
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