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Gathering Research for your Content

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by The Curator, Apr 24, 2016.

  1. The Curator

    The Curator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Some questions for those of you who create content on a regular basis, either for others or for your own site. What does your research process look like? How do you gather info for your posts/pages? Do you just use the top 10 google results? Do you scrape articles on the keyword? Are there any tools you use? I have seen others use Ahref to find what content is doing well for keywords. Not sure if anyone here uses anything else. Appreciate any replies!
     
  2. blogzandstuff

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    i use freshkey to find what people are searching for and then get someone at iwriter to write an article using the search term
     
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  3. Minnehaha

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    I'm trying to become an "expert" in a certain niche right now.
    So I read 5 books about my niche and take notes, then remake all my info into an EBook and sell that. It's like niche journalism or something.

    Maybe your question is about a different kind of content research? Is your question mostly about research for making articles seem legit?
    Sorry I am a noob btw and this is my first venture.