Free keyword tool?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Hotwheelz, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. Hotwheelz

    Hotwheelz New Member

    Hello

    Can anyone help me understand how to use the free keyword tool? I posted a partial list of a search I did for the word "quadriplegic" without the quotation marks of course. How do I use the results for a title to a blog or article and using them for tags?

    Searches Keyword
    496 total searches
    149 quadriplegic
    27 quadriplegic life
    26 quadriplegic woman
    17 quadriplegic paralysis
    16 quadriplegic models


    Thank you very much
    Michael Cooley
     
  2. gridellas

    gridellas New Member

    Michael,
    When you type in a word or phrase you can see how popular the word or phrase is by looking at the different columns. You usually want to aim at keywords that have more than 300 hundred searches. You will also notice all the other keywords and phrases that the keyword tool pulls up. These words are similiar to what you typed in that give you a variety of keywords you can use.

    Searches= people who have typed the word or phrase in a search bar.

    Once you find keywords that have a good amount of people searching for them you can use the keywords as titles in your blogs, articles, and use them as tags.

    Using some of the keywords you have posted as an example for titles and content:

    TITLE: Coping With Quadriplegic Paralysis
    In this article you can type about the different things a person might go through and the solutions to these difficulties.

    TITLE: Quadriplegic Life- The Challenges We Must Face
    If you have personal experience with this you can write this article about some of the challenges you face and tell some ways of how people might be able to help. You will be targeting not the quadriplegics but also the ones who are close to them helping their family members see what they have to go through and how they can lend a hand and be more understanding.

    Hope that helps
     
  3. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

  4. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    What I like to do is go to the seobook.com and log in then use the 'keyword sandbox' option - I just went in and did a search for quadriplegic to see what it would bring up and it is rather interesting.

    You will notice if you go take a peek yourself -( those little green boxes are telling you how much competition you will have fr that specific keyword...) there doesn't seem to be a lot of competition in that niche... so it may be a great niche plus it is something you can likely share with from your heart to help others with.

    I don't know much about what there is out there to monetise with in that niche but you can do some research on products and services that quadriplegics would use and quite often they have affiliate programs attached to their websites that will allow you to market their products for them... and make commissions of course. [​IMG]

    I would advise setting up your blog first and start getting traffic to it, before adding too many affiliate links etc... just blog and be yourself, pretend you have a big audience that you are sharing with, giving value to your readers and tucking in your little keyword phrases to please the search engines.


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  5. garygoh

    garygoh New Member

    mountainmom5: I would advise setting up your blog first and start getting traffic to it, before adding too many affiliate links etc... just blog and be yourself, pretend you have a big audience that you are sharing with, giving value to your readers and tucking in your little keyword phrases to please the search engines.
    This is a very good advice.
     

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