Google keyword tool: Get started with Ad Words
A website is nothing without its content. I can’t say it enough. Your content should be your main concern. With all the distractions on the web, it can be hard to keep your focus on producing awesome content constantly. However, when this concept is deeply anchored in your mind, you’re ready to enhance your content with the Google keyword tool.
Where is Google keyword tool?
Also known has keyword planner, you can find this tool in Google AdWords. Don’t be afraid. Create an account. You’ll not regret it. They’re a lot of cool features under Tools and Analysis. The one I use the most is the keyword planner.
How to use Google keyword tool
A post should be written for a pinpointed subject. That said, you should have only a keyword or a key phrase for a post. For example, my key phrase for this post is Google keyword tool. If you were to search this key phrase in the keyword planner, you would see his average monthly searches. Also, the tool suggests some variations for the keyword you choose along with their average monthly searches.
The idea is that after you have written your post, you should try to find a keyword or a key phrase with high average searches, relevant to your post subject. You should also use some of the variations in your content. Don’t misinterpret me. You should not get spam my. The goal is to help users find your content with a search engine.
By using this strategy, you’re increasing the odds that a search engine will index your posts for the subjects you’re writing about. Search engines are a big part of the web. Users use them by typing some keywords to get search results for a particular subject. It’s worth the effort to optimize your posts for search engines. It helps users to find them.
What do you think? What is your strategy to find your keywords?