How to find and target hidden keywords for better content

Have you tried Article Insights yet? (Get a free trial here) If you have, you will have noticed its main purpose is to help you uncover keyword opportunities. But how exactly can you use these keywords? Build a keyword portfolio You can’t target all the keywords you find, but you can create a running list of…

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What in the heck are negative keywords?

Negative keywords comes from PPC where bidding on keywords meant saving money by not bidding on undesirable keywords. Similarly, as you optimize your content with the right keyword research, finding negative keywords for your article has similar purpose. Negative keywords can actually lower your overall conversion costs, help you increase your CTR, show quality score and…

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How to bulk import keywords for analysis

Ever needed to analyse multiple keywords at a time? Now you can with the bulk keyword import feature in Article Insights. Article Insights will let you open any file on your computer as long as each keyword is on its own separate line. CSV files will also work as long the keyword appears in the…

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What keywords do I rank for?

Keyword is the most important element you can put in your content to make it powerful and drive traffic. Your website will show up close to the top of the search results, and for some, it will be several pages deep of the list. Enter the keywords that you want to rank for, and use…

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OnPage SEO Domination – How hard keywords work in your content.

In the web where internet is evolving so fast like a real world, so many websites were built and competition on businesses spread so wide, optimization on every page is the solution to dominate over other competitors. OnPage Domination does everything if you know the proper ways of how to do it. Google and other search engines rely on your…

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What is the difference between keywords & latent terms?

Everybody knows that before you jump on a new site and start writing, you should do some keyword research. Once you got your list of keywords, you should start filtering, grouping and sorting that keyword dump into a manageable list that you can use to kick start your content marketing strategy. For a long time, Article…

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What is LSI and how does Google use it?

If you want to rank for anything in Google you need content. The most important thing is to target one main keyword for each article you will write. Main keywords are important. However, Google also considers the other words on your page! Related keywords, ie semantically related words = latent semantic indexing or LSI for…

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How to get article ideas from Google Analytics

Need some more article ideas for your blog? If its a fresh new blog, its normally not a problem. You can probably sit down and brainstorm 10 articles you wanted to write about even before the wordpress site was installed. Now that the site is up and running and Google Analytics is tracking hits (you…

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#Writing Hack# Group related keywords & write using article topics

The first step to improve the relevancy of your next article is to use MORE relevant keywords in the article. Armed with a list of relevant keywords you now know what dots to “join up” as it were. Simplistic method? Sprinkle those relevant words liberally throughout your article until you have joined all the dots -or-…

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Why your articles don’t rank because it lacks related keywords

The first thing you learn about writing online is that you start with picking a keyword. A single main keyword that you are trying rank for in Google. Why 1 keyword? Search engines are relatively *dumb* Its easier to rank 1 page to appear under “dog training” than it is to try and rank 1…

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