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How to find KWs in Bulk on your website

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by alrightythan, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    So I have a list of 300 KWs that I uncovered using research tools and would like to add to my site.

    How can I check that they don't already exist on my website?

    Is there a software that can do a bulk check like this?

    Or any other methods?

    Thx!
     
  2. kickthat

    kickthat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    SEMRush will show you the keywords that your site ranks for, though you would need a paid plan to see them all.
     
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    seomotionz Registered Member

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    First of all, why don't you have no knowledge about the keywords of your own site?
     
  4. Toro

    Toro Newbie

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    Not really sure what you're asking about here. If you don't already know what keywords you have optimized your website for, you need to go to your website and get some insight into what you've written, posted, and so on.

    I personally like to create a huge list of keywords in excel with their search numbers, then map out the biggest ones, create anoter sheet where I list each big keyword and list similar keywords under each one. All the big ones will be the title of the pages and I will include many smaller similar keywords in the h2-h3-h4 tags with relevant content. Everytime I have created an article I mark the keywords in the excel sheet with a green color so I know next time I open the sheet which ones I have already included.
     
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    Simply, Use Semrush to find what are keywords you have used in your site.
     
  6. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    Guys I'm asking for this . . . .

    Let's say I'm in the market for 'Widgets'.

    Someone tells me that:

    'Blue Awesome Widgets 1'
    'Blue Awesome Widgets 2'
    'Blue Awesome Widgets 3'

    Are great Keywords.

    High Volume, Low Traffic. Converts like crazy.

    My site has 1000 pages.

    How can I check IF these 3 Keywords already exist or not within my 1000 page site?
     
  7. RichardDay

    RichardDay Registered Member

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    Could download the website or clone it then search the HTML the keywords
     
  8. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Senior Member

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    You can also search from wordpress admin under all posts for each of those kw amd see if anything comes up.

    Else try google webmaster tools kw list
     
  9. MisterF

    MisterF Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Semrush, Ahrefs, Majestic. Or hire a freelancer or VA to do the job.
     
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    semrush, ahrefs and majestic can tell you that info, those services will give you a list of pages/post that are ranking for keywords. just export that list and then search for those keywords, simple as that.

    But those services cost money, it aint free
     
  11. Jasonlf

    Jasonlf Regular Member

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    It'll take a while but you can use the search string:

    Site:yoursite.com "keyword"
     
  12. Rahulraj9674

    Rahulraj9674 Junior Member

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    Run SQL qwerry in database to check where those keywords are on your site.
    It is just like ctrl+f we do in excel sheet.
    I don't know the steps but you can Google them.
     
  13. alrightythan

    alrightythan Junior Member

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    @Everyone . Thanks guys. Wealth of information here. Cheers!