How I Used These 3 Free Keyword Suggestion Tools To Skyrocket My Blog Traffic
Today, we will be looking into three free keyword suggestion tools for seo, every Blogger, Web content writer, Freelancer or SEO writer should use to get quality and organic traffic from search engine to their blogs with a Guide-by-Guide procedure for using each one.
Getting organic traffic to your new blog is not going to be easy as there are already countless of big and authority websites dominating on the top industry keywords. Would your new blog want to compete with websites that are far older than you or will you want to compete for a particular keyword with websites that have a domain authority of 60 – 90. Definitely! You can’t, I won’t lie to you.
Because there are thousands of other bloggers trying to rank for as many keywords as well to show up and continue to rank on the first page of Google.
According to Neil Patel, 75% of people will never scroll past the first page of a Google search. That means you can’t afford to be ranking on the second, third, or fourth page. You are a dead meat!
You just won’t get the clicks and traffic you need to make SEO worth your time and money.
I should probably ask you that, “Where is the best place to hide a dead body?”
Answer: On the second page of Google. Why? Majority of the people who use Google search won’t scroll past the first page of Google SERPs – [Search Engine Result Page(s)].
Three Free Keyword Suggestion Tools For Seo
Moz Keyword Explorer
- Guide 1: Login to your Moz dashboard or use the free and limited version.
- Guide 2: Enter a phrase or keyword you want to research and click “TRY IT FREE” (for the free version). You’ll see the results.
- Guide 3: Click the heading in the section “Keyword Suggestions.” You will see a list of 1,000 keywords.
Calculate the relevancy score by using “keywords that appear in the most sources and are lexically similar to the original keyword on top.”
- Guide 4: Click the drop-down menu under “display keyword suggestions that,” and select “based on broadly related topics and synonyms.”
- Guide 5: Click the drop-down menu for “Group Keywords,” and select “yes with low lexical similarity.”
- Guide 6: Make a list of all of the “groups” on your list. These groups will become blog articles with unique titles.
- Guide 7: For each blog article (taken from the keyword group), write down the list of grouped keywords. Use these keywords in your blog article, in order to achieve a high degree of comprehensiveness in the article.
If the grouped keywords list is too large, then create several blog articles from the keyword group, in order to cover all the grouped keywords in the list.
- Guide 1: Open up your SEMRush account and input your keyword.
- Guide 2: Click “Keyword Analytics” then “related keywords.”
- Use the related keywords report to improve your content and articles. By toggling to lower relatedness (in the related %) column, you can identify relevant terms that will make your articles more comprehensive and original.
- Include these terms in your content and you will gain higher relevancy scores and improved rankings.
The best way to use KeywordTool.io is to already have a topic idea — a blog article.
- Guide 1: Go to KeywordTool.io, and enter your topic.
- Guide 2: Click the magnifying glass or press “enter.”
The resulting list provides you with additional related terms to use in a blog article on that subject.
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