Getting the most out of your research means that you need to get inside the head of the consumer.
Unless your psychic or have a large marketing budget most of the time you have to make a well educated guess.
The thing is how do you develop that knowledge in such a way that you can create a better user experience by finding those keywords.
Did you know that keywords change every day and every hour, and every minute, so if you are using keywords that someone “found” for you last year, you might be preaching to the choir.
keywords, keywords, how do they grow…
When you know your topic, then you are in a much better position to profit in the long term and in the short term.
Finding the right keywords and keyword phrases is one of the most important things you can do in building your keyword knowledge.
But how do you know what is the most important thing when developing content in this brave new world where at a moments notice, your carefully crafted website can go from making money to being slapped down seemingly for no reason at all.
The following are popular keywords and keyword phrases, keyword tool, keyword density, keyword generator.
A keyword can be defined as a word or phrase that can be utilized in searching for a website.
Keywords can be placed in titles, a body of text, online catalogs, abstracts, indexes, notes and subject headings.
Using the right keywords is very important, and keyword optimization, if done correctly, will aid in driving traffic to your site.
Learning which keywords will be most effective for your site, that can be the hard part, you might have to take some time to learn and to do additional research to see which keywords are the most effective, however providing value to the website visitor is the primary objective and that cannot be lost in the race to use keywords.
Keyword development and usage.
There are many different ways you can produce keywords for your website, however once you get the keywords, you also need to have content to form a platform for those keywords. As we now know google has decided that only certain types of content is good, sadly they do not really know what the word “good” actually means, and I know that may sound crazy, but the consumer is the end user here. What that means is that the final user of all the content all the keywords and everything they search for, keywords and websites, and products, that the consumer not the search engine is the end user or the final authority if you will.
What that means to google is the same thing it means to you.
If you create good content that a consumer wants to consume, then you have successfully made use of SEO knowledge to create value driven content or also known as “Good” content, however until google realizes that they do not actually consume their own product, then we will be faced with trying to learn what google has done to its own product without the benefit of actual knowledge.
Still everything that you can do to develop better content from presentation to visualization has to be one step in the right direction.