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should i stay or should i go? :)

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by escapez, Aug 17, 2015.

  1. escapez

    escapez Newbie

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    Guys, I started targeting long tail keywords.

    Is there any tool like from MOZ or SemRush which gives you % on keyword difficulty? (it only works on short tail keywords)

    How could I know if I should go after long tail keyword or not?

    I would be so happy for answers, or any techniques you guys using.. or tutorials... or anything:)


    thanks
     
  2. metafser

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    I think, Long-Tail pro is the best tool for analyzing everything. You have some doubt about it. But i see, you are going to confidently. Its most important in things for beginning. So, if you have budget, I will suggest you for using long-tail pro. Which tools can help you to understand about your keyword situation, your competitors' situation, can you defeat them, which keyword should be better for you and etc. Your confident level can boost this tool. Best of luck. :)
     
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    As metafser told Long tail pro is the best tool as for i can use
     
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    kyescontent Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Just make sure the keywords you are targeting actually fit naturally into your content.
     
  6. Asterixpro

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    Longtailpro is a great tool for this. If you're already thinking of keyword difficulty. Take a look at the top 5 in the serps.

    - check their TrustFlow in Majestic and their domain authority. Are these authoritative sites?

    - how many links do they have pointing at that page? The more links, the harder ranking for that keyword will be.

    - any top level domains ranking for that keyword with the homepage? In my experience the more of these in the top 10, the more authority and links you'll need.

    - how is the content that is ranking?
     
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    Thanks for mentioning this tool. I didn't know about it before. It looks okay.