Google Search is great because they provide an automatic keyword assist right in their search bar. Easily find the top keyword phrases for your particular keyword by simply typing it into the search bar. The results will be semantically related.
1. (B) Google Search/Related
Once you’ve put your keyword into the Google search box and hit enter, go to the bottom of the page and take a look at the “related” box that says “Searches related to…” This list gives you most recent and top related keywords that you can use within your content or create additional articles with.
LSI Graph is one of our favorites. This gives you crazy lists on related LSI keywords that you can drill further into Google search and other keyword tools. Just remember that you can only check this 3 times a day.
Get Top Questions asked, Top Propositions (For, Near, Versus, To, With). Answers come in data form or a really neat circular visualization map (as shown below).
Questions you can use as titles or text within your article like:
Why is car repair so expensive?
When to repair car brakes?
Where to repair car window?
Answer the Public diagram search results after search
Now What? What to Do Next
Now you know the basics. As they say: “With great power comes great responsibility”, the originality of this quote may be unknown, while some of our own staff argues that it was Superman (no, it’s not, Jeff), we have a slight variation of it.
“With great knowledge comes great power.”
You can now use the keyword tools in this article, as well as the H1 tags and long-tail keywords in your articles today.
Here is an easy to-do-list to have completed in 5 days.
DAY 1: Import an SEO plugin to your site (WordPress)
Make a list of all your services and products
Use that list to search Google for short-tail and long-tail keyword (phrases)
DAY 2: Add Topic Keywords to every page
DAY 3: Add Topic Keywords to every post
DAY 4: Put Alt Tags on every image in your media
DAY 5: Replace regular keywords with short-tail and long-tail keywords and phrases to the titles and context of each relevant page
Was that a lot to take in? Well, just remember we’re here to help you learn and help you use these tools to grow your business. Sometimes it’s easier to take in bite-sized info packs, so keep us bookmarked and keep coming back!