Finding Keywords


 Finding Keywords

So you've decided to blog about a niche topic that you can really sink your teeth into. Congratulations! You're one step closer to building a wide readership base. But before you get too far, there's something else that needs to be addressed: search engine optimization, or SEO.

It's important to have the right keywords for your website so it will rank higher on Google and other search engines — especially if it's in a competitive niche. Knowing the right ones will not only help to make your site more visible, it can also determine which keywords bring in the best traffic.

One of the best tools you can use to find keywords is Copyscape. It gives you a detailed report of any duplicated or shared content on your website, including little-known SEO tactics such as hidden backlinks, link popularity information and other meta data. Although it's not a replacement for keyword research and other analysis tools — such as Google Analytics — Copyscape is a useful way to see how your keywords perform in terms of search traffic and ranking across the Web.

Finding the right keywords for your blog posts may take some time and effort. But in the end, it will be well worth your time because you'll be able to connect with your audience in a way that's more natural than if you just threw random words together.

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