Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Jerry19, Jun 30, 2017.
Is there any way to see what KWs is a competitor ranking for in his article?
Check out ahrefs.com. I think it's $99 /mo. You can type in the URL to the site explorer, and then you can select organic keywords on the left. This report will tell you exactly what it ranks for. If you don't want to spend the money, just think about what is this article about - find all the variations of that topic they use in their article and type them in to google to see where they rank - use an incognito window and hidden ip. Then look up the keywords in adwords free planner to see the estimated traffic count. Apply a little math to estimate how much traffic they probably get.
A lot of tools are available in the market for your needs. As it has been said above, ahref is a good one. You also have semrush, moz, ...etc
SEMRush and Searchmetrics do that.
We can help you here. We have SEMRush and Ahref. Will do it for you if you cant spend money buying tools.
You can use SEMrush or Ahrefs for check your competitor keyword and other detail that you want..... For purcahse those tools you cal aslo use groupbuy SEO tools that are $15-$20 for almost 10-15 paid tools you got.
Listen to me,
buy a partial match domain for your targeted kw, install wordpress, install yoast plugin, optimize everything, install cloudflare too with free SSL, it will help a lot for site speed.
write a massive 3-8k words articles covering all the targeted kws, LSI kws, long tail kws, include images and videos too. and make that article as a static page in wordpress setting.
now write more articles targeting other kws in title description etc. verify your site with webmaster tools, and submit sitemap.
wait for few days and keep checking webmaster tools, if they show queries/kws in search analytics it's a good sign. make sure the queries and kws keep increasing there. buy a 10 days drip feed genuine social signal service. make social pages for your site, do SMO. be like some brand who deals in those products. start making backlinks too. but i don't think you need all these.
with that kw difficulty, i think you can rank easily just with content.
i feel like semrush isn't very accurate for new sites. It depends on the quality of the site, but i have been trying to read their content and just see what they mention the most. I think some other tools have a "keyword cloud" which shows you visually the keywords in the article
Sorry I was posting this at another tab, but didn't realize I was at this tab. jokes on me -_-
Semrush should have you sorted on this. It will not only give you the rankings for that article but also for other keywords which should help you judge your competition better.
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