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How to Do a Keyword Research for Seo — 10 Comments

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website and for commenting on this top of the range keyword research tool that is Jaaxy. It sure is the most valuable tool for SEO.

      I am glad that you like it too Seun and I wish you the very best for whichever your online projects are.

      John

  1. Being a rookie on the making money online niche has really limited me into knowing a lot of things and one of them is this keyword research. I have heard somethings about keyword research tools. This post has really helped a lot by simplifying the procedure in conducting a keyword research. This would go along well to helping me get started and I will surely share this with my social media platforms. Thanks

    • Thanks for commenting once more on my blog posts RoDarrick. I am glad that you are finding my articles interesting and useful. Let me know if I can be of help to you at any time, okay?

      Best wishes and have a great day!

      John

  2. This is very interesting information about planning articles and ads for SEO / search engine optimization. It’s very helpful to see a side by side analysis of the different research providers out there. 

    What is the kind of data “fluff” that you saw with the other programs that just isn’t that useful? 

    How long / how many words should your search phrases have to be considered a “long tail” key word phrase?

    • Thanks a lot for visiting my website and for taking the time to comment on this article Alyce. I am glad that you have found some useful information in it.

      What I mean by “fluff” when it come to a sales pitch or a program, is basically everything that is added that is of no use to the reader or user, with the sole purpose of impressing them.

      How long should a long tail keyword be to be considered “long tail”? There are various views on that, but as a rule of thumb, I would say that it should have at least 3 words and long enough for the keyphrase to make good sense.

      Hope that I made myself clear, otherwise let me know and I will give you some examples.

      I wish you an awesome day Alyce,

      John

  3. This is a very helpful article, John. I appreciated seeing a comparison of different keyword research tools. I actually am mostly familiar with Jaaxy, and love it, so I was encouraged about how it compares to the others.

    You also pointed out some important strategies that go into finding good keywords, like using long tail keywords. I think the problem I have is finding a keyword that has enough searches per month to make it worth it. 

    I love finding low competition keywords, but I can end up too much on the extreme of it being something that hardly anyone would search for. I try to find some kind of middle ground, where people do search for it, but there isn’t too much competition.

    One question I have: Besides putting your keyword in your title, and somewhere in the body of the article, would you recommend using keywords as tags as well?

    • Thanks for your first time visit to my website Danette, I hope that you are finding some good information in here. Do you know that you can subscribe to my newsletter in order to be informed the minute a new article is posted? The signup form is located on the right column, somewhere towards the top of every page.

      To answer your questions Danette: There are various schools for that. My suggestion is that you have your focus keyword incorporated within your URL, in the title of your blogpost, somewhere within the first paragraph of your your article and towards the end of it. Apparently, any more than that is not necessary. Of course having a few more within your post is not bad as long as you don’t over do it.

      As for tags, I do not use them at all anymore as I have read that they might be considered as duplicate content. Right or wrong? Perhaps someone among my readers might answer this question.

      I hope to have answered your question clearly and I look forward to seeing you again on this website soon.

      John

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