Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Holzr, Feb 26, 2020.
This is KGR method brother..
Best bet is to make your own tool with your own proxies. That's the cheapest way. That's all the allintitle tools use. They have proxies and they scrape and find results. Allintitle tools are ok for smaller projects but very expensive for larger projects.
No it's not. KGR = allintitle/search volume. This is a much looser version of KGR that is still highly effective and makes more sense for individual domains as each domain will have different levels of age and backlinks etc. Gives you more freedom and is more appropriate to newer domains. 0.25 KGR is 63 allintitle (at 250 monthly searches) which will likely get you in top 100 but not necessarily higher. KGR is a formula that uses allintitle. I'm talking about allintitle which is just a component of KGR.
More articles to come in the future don't worry
Where is the trick?
I see here how you can know if a keyword is really hard to rank or not using the very old method allintitle
but i don't see how to find that keyword first
Thanks for this OP. Allintitle is a lost art. I remember years ago allintitle was what everybody taught. Now the talk is domain authority, page authority, backlinks etc...
Yeah this is old school SEO that somehow got completely sidelined. Most SEOs started banging on about how everything else was more important, Google evolves etc. and it's not as simple as using allintitle because of search intent blah blah blah. It's funny really because I feel it's now probably even easier to exploit allintitle because everyone's using fancy third part keyword difficulty scores.
SERP and Competitor analysis and search intent is still hugely important but allintitle is such a stupidly simple method that works incredibly well despite what SEOs say about keyword research. I'm happy to use it as much as I still can whilst Google allows it
hey, so you are targetting these question-based keywords and making 800-word articles for them? how many such question-based articles do you use in a post? these are more like faq right?
I totally agree with you. It is very sad to see that they are getting rid of them slowly. Probably because it was too easy to get sensitive data that should remain hidden
I'm sorry, but I'm still a bit confused as to why I would need to be on page 1 and not target a specific keyword.
For example, if I were to write an article on "How to train abs?" which is obviously super saturated, but after researching, I find that "ab training beside the river" puts me on page 1, how does it help?
Does it improve my page authority?
Yo,,, It's pretty good for us. Thanks for your information.
thxs my friend..! Great Share...!
Wow great job !
Keyword planner is one of the best way to find better keyword Idea.
i still am lost
THANKS FOR YOUR VALUABLE GUIDANCE
Thank you my friend !
Great in!fo Thank you
How do you find such tricks too good
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