Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by DLHacks, Apr 4, 2017.
How do you find a keyword with Low Search? Is Targeting a Low Search Keyword a good strategy?
Easiest way is to use a tool such as KWFinder, KeywordSearch, Keyword Revealer, Ahrefs, etc.
Is Targeting a Low Search Keyword a good strategy? - Do you really need to ask this ?
If you are an seo expert with millions to throw at paid adverts / traffic, then go for a super hard keyword such as Viagra, if on the otherhand this isn't you then the logical thing is go after something you can rank for easily.
What the link of this tool "KeywordSearch"?
Use the online KW research tools to find it out.Try KWfinder, Semrush, Ahrefs etc.,
Yes, SEMrush. They even wrote the guide, google "How to Find Low-Competition Keywords with SEMrush"
The best and easiest wat is to use SaaS for SEOs
You can use keyword planner or kwfinder to find those keywords.
Low search keywords are not profitable unless you can rank without any links.
lower search keyword is stonge but not profitable .................
KWfinder, Semrush, LongTail Pro, Keyword Revealer, Ahrefs, etc.
Yes... But not too less like 200/300/500. If you have 50/100 Keywords to Target and the search volume is 200/300/500 each that's fine.
WTF?? If you don't have anything meaningful to say, why don't you just read and learn instead of writing crap?
OP, a low search volume keyword may not always be of low competition. Examples are pure e-commerce keywords. If you are trying to rank an affiliate site for e-commerce keywords, even if they're of low volume, they'll be hard to rank for. So, focus on competition and the type of keywords when you pick your keywords.
Also, long tail keywords are the easiest to start with when you're just getting started with a new site. Once the site has gained some age and authority, you will be able to rank for keywords with more search volume.
You can use tools like kw finder, keysearch etc to find such keywords easily.
All the suggested tools are paid. I can't afford to have paid tools. Is there any free tool
I think SEMRush has a 14 day free trial which should be useful to get started.
Download the extension called "keywords everywhere" in your browser. Then you can see the search volume, competency of the keyword and CPC value of those KW while you enter into the Google search bar. The results will be shown under the search bar.
Hope this will help you.
You can use Google keyword Planner. It is a free online tool.
The problem with tools that rely on Googles' keyword planner (including the KW planner itself) is that this is a paid traffic tool (Adwords). This doesn't give you any intelligence at all about organic traffic.
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Most of the long tail keywords that you find might not have huge volume, the competition is much lower. Less competition means you will most likely rank well on Google and other search engines more easily.
Here are few tools that will help you brainstorm some low competition long-tail keywords,
LongtailPro, KeywordTool.io, SEMrush
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