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This Is How I Do a Keyword Research.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mohanjackie, Feb 27, 2017.

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  1. mohanjackie

    mohanjackie Junior Member

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    Hi Flocks,

    I was out of this BHW forum for some time, I earned some money outside the internet for expenses.
    I wanted to earn some handful of $ via blogging. so I am starting a how-to/tutorial blog and monetize with Adsense

    So This Is How I Do a Keyword Research. (i don"t know how much right this is, I am not an SEO pro)
    Please share your steps too.

    Requirements:
    • Semrush
    • Kwfinder
    • Keywordseverywhere (chrome addon)
    • Scrapebox
    • Keyword fest (Free Software)
    • Moz (Free toolbar)
    • Seo quake (Free Toolbar)
    • Proxies (i use google public proxies)
    Create a folder name KEYWORD RESEARCH under that create sub-folders name it as:

    • Elimination Tournament
    • Semi-Final
    • Final


    Follow Guide:

    1.) I first find my competitor ranking keywords using Semrush, I then export those top ranking keywords and filter out via volumes, remove keywords below 1000-US searches.



    2.) I will be with some just 10 keywords now, So I get some list of my competitor's competitor on Semrush I follow the point 1 now. so I have about 100 keywords on my excel sheet ( Remove duplicates) and save them in Elimination Tournament folder



    3.)
    Now ONLY Pick short tail, one-word or Two-Word keyword and put them on Scrape-Box keyword scraper and Append A-Z, Select level 3 and press scrape it should come up with approx 50k -80k keywords.
    ( import it and save those in excel in semi-final folder)
    *Import Long tail keyword which was left over in Elimination Tournament folder to semi-finals folder, because you can't scrape long tail keywords, you get inappropriate keywords.



    4.)
    Now open Keyword fest and paste same one-word or Two-Word keyword,

    Follow these settings on Keyword fest:
    • *Checkmark (Generate keywords from suggestion results)
    • *Set keyword suggestion chapter depth = 3
    • *Checkmark (Keyword suggested must start with original keyword
    • *In settings milliseconds between quires - 1500ms - 2000
    Import those keywords into the corresponding spreadsheet in semi-finals folder.Now you will be with more than 100k - 200k keywords.
    DONT FORGET TO remove duplicates





    5.)
    Open Keywordseverywhere Do a bulk check 10k keyword per session, Ignore searches below 1000.Trim unrelated keyword or outdated keyword, Copy all that to the new spreadsheet called keywordseverywhere in semifinals folder.
    (in settings change search volumes to your corresponding countries)

    Optional: I use keywordsdb.com, if any short tail keyword search volume is high I use it as a seed keyword.




    6.)
    Now I import those keywords to Kwfinder. 700 keyword per session allowed, Now I look for keyword competitive below 25 and not below 1000 US searches, I mark them as favorite and list them kW-finder, at last, I import to semifinals folder into the new spreadsheet and name it as kW finder.



    7.) Now I open new spread-sheet in semi-final name it as intitle check,
    eg - intitle:"abc"inanchor:"abc" in google search and record total web results


    It should look like this: [​IMG]




    8.)
    open scrape box and open the addon called google competition checker paste those in title lines and press start, after the check finish, I will remove all of the values with a value of over 300,and save this keyword in FINALS Folder

    and the final sheet should look like this:
    [​IMG]




    9.)
    With SEO quake and Moz toolbar installed, I search keyword manually and I see these

    MOZ:
    DA below 20
    PA below 10

    Seo QUOKE:
    DS below 6
    TS below 29
    LD below 200

    there should min 2 or 3 sites of these rules to processed forward.
    *some PBN links may be hidden and 301 redirect, check before writing content

    10.)Use those related search keyword in your content, it doesn't need search volume or check metric just use in content, and use LSI.


    Sorry if you find some Grammer mistakes, English is not my first language.

    I am writing this at 2:30 am. Sleepy Zzz

    Do you know any other way to find less competitive keywords please share/reply on this thread


    Practice Practice Practice Practice .............

    Next Thread I will come up with the detailed competitor research because choosing unrelated competitor you may get keywords that you can't rank for.
     
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  2. Lego

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    That is very good information for beginners. thanks
     
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    High quality thread! Can't vouch for the effectiveness of your methods but I want to applaud your work and generosity.
     
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    awsome
     
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    Interesting .. Have you tested this and did you find it effective?
     
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    Thanks for sharing your knowledge
     
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    Thanks for the share
     
  8. mohanjackie

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    Ya it's good for beginner, I was first confused about keyword research. Now I follow these, I have 3 pc one runs scrape box and another one runs keyword fest, so it makes process fast.
     
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  9. mohanjackie

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    Thank you man, I learned so much from BHW, so I wanted contribute something to bhw, so started writing about my kw research in my perspective.


    Thank you friend.


    I have read many books, blogs, enrolled for udemy courses. And just mixed those research to find low comp long tail keywords.
    Is this works?
    Ya I have tested before I write these 700 words long post




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  10. umairclassified

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    Thanks Man for sharing your useful techniques and teaching.

    Best Regards,
     
  11. Geasy

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    Nice method .

    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Great post, and it will be even greater if you can suggest some free tools alternative to you listed so starter like me who don't have money to spend can Get help.
     
  13. Lazdu

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    Great info, thanks for sharing it!!!
     
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    Who/what is keyword Fest please ?
     
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    yes , whats KW Fest?

     
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    Good to see this. Sure it will help for newbies over here. Much appreciated for sharing this, OP.
     
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    Well damn. I didn't think there was so much to keyword research. Really helpful. I'll subscribe to it. Thanks a lot for this.
     
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    Hehe, I use the same 3 chrome addons... to assess keyword difficulty! Looking forward to your competitor research thread :)

    My doubt also

    Thanks for your detailed post
     
  19. mohanjackie

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    ya, buddy, I have some free tools and 30 days free coupons, I will just share it
    BTW scrape box and kW finder is paid tool, other than that everything is free or cracked/coupon

    I was trying out some keyword tools to scrape some good long tail keywords, I found this tool kW feast it is a free tool, what it does is it uses suggested chapter depth to 5 word
    like
    coffee + aaaaa
    coffee + aaaab
    so on...



    it's fun when all is automated :) running on VPS

     
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    Thanks for the value you are sharing! Very helpful!