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Get great traffic using google's new options in search (WH)

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by back2black, Jun 7, 2009.

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  1. back2black

    back2black Junior Member

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    Hey People,

    This is really helping me out getting related keywords so I thought Id share...

    Somebody else posted about this but I never really realised the significance until I started using it...

    Basically do a search in google then click on show options... then at the bottom you will see 3 options of which 2 are "related searches" and "wonder wheel."

    Now when you make a blog post, put the in the tags and categories of the post all the words from wonder wheel. Combine this with the free wordtracker keywords tool then give it a few hours, and Im in #1 for search terms, getting really good traffic.

    Hope this helps!
     
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  2. pzo1970

    pzo1970 Registered Member

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    Sounds interesting, but not following...

    How do you combine with wordtracker, use ALL the wordtracker keywords as both tags and categories?

    Thanks
     
  3. back2black

    back2black Junior Member

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    i do yeah... today i got 170 uniques from a really simple blog one post... i just gotta get some decent monetization going
     
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    Ok, Im updating a blog as we speak.. Going to try it.. High traffic keyword, so i dont know how its going to rank, but I will keep you posted.. BTW, is their a limit to the number of keywords dug from your main keyword that you use?
     
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    back2black Junior Member

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    that depends on the keyword though... but regardless, lets you want something as broad as "iphone," always but in each stage of the dig.

    this does work!