Isolate non-competitive keywords related to YOUR niche.
- Start with Keyword Browse to get a feel of your market.
- Use free tools like Overture, Wordtracker and Keyword Discovery to find reasonably popular search requests (Most of these free tools have advanced paid versions if you find them a bit limited).
- Look for a high KEI (Keyword Effectiveness Index) when you click Analyze in the trial versions of Keyword Discovery and Wordtracker. This indicates a low number of competitors.
- Look for search returns under 1000 when you type the keyword into Google, surrounded by quotes. "Your Keyphrase"
- Look for search returns under 100 when you type the keyword into Google. Following an allintitle tag. allintitle:Your Keyphrase.
- Select a keyphrase that can be easily written into an article without sounding weird or spammy to a reader.
- Use ~apple -apple to discover what Google has defined as synonymous with your keyword, or ~red ~apple for a keyphrase. Keep subtracting each synonym until you end up with a list of word that you should also use within your article for relevancy. As you can see an apple is a computer, not a fruit ~apple -apple -g4 -mac -windows -computer -g3 -macintosh -imac -quicktime.
Write an article using your selected keyphrase.
- Use a free Keyword Density Tool to make sure the keyword density for a single keyword is not greater than 5%
- The Keyword Density for a Key-Phrase, no greater than 2.5%
- Use some basic HTML formatting on your Key-Phrase, for better Search Engine Rankings.
- Write like you speak, not like you think.
- Keep it readable and at all costs avoid it sounding spammy.
- Assume your reader is on the verge of falling asleep.
- Check that the page Title MetaTag = The h1 Header = Your Key-Phrase = The URL page name.
- Check that the Meta Keywords of the page are actually in the article.
- Check that the Meta Description of the page is under 150 characters and attention grabbing for when google displays it.
- Check that the entire URL is under 90 characters long.
- If you are having trouble writing, try talking into recording device and transcribing it.
Publish your article twice.
- Take your article and create a not-so-identical twin
- Use a thesaurus to change some words.
- Switch some of the paragraphs and grammar structure around.
- Edit one down so that its easier and quicker to read.
- Publish one to your own website or blog.
- Publish the second copy to a Free Article Directory website.
- On the Article Directory site, create an Author Bio Box that contains a link to your website or blog.
- Create a link in your Author profile as well.
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