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How to check for what keyword your content is ranking ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Rules, May 25, 2015.

  1. Rules

    Rules Junior Member

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    I've written few articles on some problems which are related to iPhone? But, I don't know exactly what keywords are searching by the people regarding this articles?
    I'm getting around 200 visitors per day for that particular article.
    Is there any method available by which I can verify that for what keyword my articles are ranking?
    Like
    If I enter the url of the post in some tool or a website and it will tell me the keywords?
    and also I've tried GA but, It shows not provided.
    Please help me out
     
  2. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Elite Member

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    Oh,that's bad when you aren't aware of your potential keyword.May be you should try installing incoming search term plugin (if you are on a wordpress platform)and notice which keyword hits high.Then from there you can figure out and tweak your content.It's just my assumption,may be there might be other ways too.
     
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  3. ronaldobest

    ronaldobest Newbie

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    Use statcounter to check keywords bringing traffic to your website. You may also check on google webmaster tools to see your main keywords getting you clicks.
     
  4. nikzki

    nikzki Newbie

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    Statcounter doesn't necessarily tell you which keywords, most of the time they only show landing page.
     
  5. GoTRooT

    GoTRooT Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Semrush is awesome for this, maybe someone on fiverr will run it for you?

    Msg me if you want me to do it, only takes a second.
     
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    greenlabelseo Regular Member

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    You can do this with SEMRush.
     
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    Machkiavelli Junior Member

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    Use google analytics / webmaster tools. You'll see the keywords right away.
    Works for any kind of website / blog with if you insert the javascript code provided by them.
    Really easy..
     
  9. Madrid4you

    Madrid4you Junior Member

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    Try Google webmaster tools - Verify your website - Go search analytics - It will show you for what keywords you website is ranked for.
    Also try SEMRush...
     
  10. rabbitking

    rabbitking Elite Member

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    Usually you should know what keywords you are targeting before writing our your content. That way all you have to do is
    add the keywords and URL to a keyword tracker and essentially you are done, that is unless there's some long tail keywords
    in the content you are not aware of.

    In your case, I would install a visitor/analytic plugin on the website. Some of them include common search terms. SEMrush
    works well for picking out popular keywords, however that's pretty costly for 200 searches and just trying to figure out which
    keywords are bringing in the traffic.

    At the end of the day tools like SEMrush are going to help you anyway, so it's a wise investment once you get some income
    coming in from your websites.
     
  11. Seoking1

    Seoking1 Junior Member

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    Thankyou very much guys. I was looking for this answer too. All my sites are on Wordpress so i will use the "incoming search term plugin " WP plugin
     
  12. SEO FOX

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    Try with SEMRUSH, google webmaster tools and keywordrevealer for checking the keyword that gives traffic to your content.