Hey guys, I took a break from SEO to get back into my CCENT book, but now I'm at a point where I want to see where I stand. As of now, I have 24 posts with very little traffic (understandable right now). I stopped manual backlinking (I had aboubt 120 UVs a day doing this) when I went to study more. All of my content is unique and very beneficial to the average end user. That being said, today I've decided to put in my articles' link in the google keyword tool just so google can extract my keywords (I think this is what it's doing). The links I put into Google Keyword is the full URL to my posts. The results I get back, I make sure I tick "exact", and it looks like the exact keywords are low competition and high local searches per month. Is that a good way to analyze my site to see if I've done pretty good keyword research? I know my traffic really sucks right now too. Nooot too sure if I wanna go the white hat way of getting more traffic ^_^, so I'll look into more of this later. For now, I just want to make sure my onsite SEO is good enough to proceed with offsite SEO.