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What to do now that I found long tail keywords for my business?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mollerucksack123, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. Mollerucksack123

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    I run a local web design business, I found long tail keywords that have low competition with a decent amount of monthly views, keywords are mainly "web design city state"

    Should I just write a page that describes all my services, title it the same as the keywords, and use the same content for all the keywords im going to use and make blog posts?
     
  2. SirJackneeOff

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    Yes or blog posts that are linked to your home page. On each page, you should use the keyword in the title h1 and h2's, content, and photos "alternative text". Use tool.geoimgr.com for info in photos and geotags. You can also use these photos on google my business. (use it incognito mode to do more than their limit.) Furthermore, I would look at your competition and see what they have done to rank high in SERP.
     
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  3. Chris.Roark

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    If you want a good article layout, you should check backlinko, their content is SEO, but the point is to check their blog post's structure, how they integrate links, videos, pictures. For me, this is by far one of the best article structures available today.
     
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    Yes but you will get bonus points for adding more and more content that is related as well. Ideally use the same same "core" of info but add something unique or related for each keyword. If you find your making a lot of them and they rank easy might be better to just build out a whole bunch of them but if they arent gaining as much traction start adding more info to each one.
     
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    I'd publish informational-based, blog-styled posted centered around those keywords. Throughout the content, link to your inner service pages.

    Use appropriate image tags and headings/titles and ensure the KD of the keyword isn't under- or over-optimized (important).

    Build some links to these posts (probably won't take too much) and enjoy the free inbound dev leads.