Before you start playing with keyword research tools, make sure you take the time to learn the questions and information your prospects look for as they progress through the marketing funnel, from identifying a problem to researching possible solutions and ultimately being persuaded to become a paying customer.
Keyword research tool for SEO
An “easy button” for your keyword research process
If you’re using a keyword research tool for SEO, most likely your end goal isn’t just a huge list of keywords in Excel. Instead, you want to uncover untapped niches, find profitable content topics to write about, organize those content topics into an ideal website structure, and ensure every page is targeting the most valuable keyword variations.
One of our core principles at CanIRank is to automate tedious data collection and analysis so you can spend your time on more valuable strategic work. When it comes to an SEO keyword research process, that means analyzing and scoring tens of thousands of keyword variations to identify the very best keywords specifically for your website.
Stop wasting time on “old school” keyword research
You've heard of Moz, WordTracker, KWFinder, UberSuggest, and SpyFu. But some of the best free tools for keyword resarch aren't SEO software at all, but rather tools that will help you work more efficiently. We asked 18 leading SEO consultants to name the tools they use most in their day-to-day work. The results might surprise you...
Still spending hours building huge keyword lists in Excel? It's time to bring your keyword research process into 2017 with an updated SEO keyword research process specficially adapted to the realities of modern topical-relevancy based search engines like Google. Best of all: it's just 2 steps!
Creating a new website structure or information architecture is one of the most important times to use keyword research. In this post we'll detail one of the most effective website structures for SEO, the thematic silo...
Is it better to target many keywords with one big page, or one keyword each with many smaller pages? A rarity in SEO, this post doesn't just provide opinions from "SEO experts", but digs into quantitative analysis of over 60,000 ranking URLs to get hard data on when Google rewards longer content with better rankings, if at all...
The best keywords for SEO have always been about balance: aim too high and you'll rank too low to get clicks. Aim too low and there's not enough search volume to make it worthwhile. Fortunately, now there's SEO ROI, and quantiative measure of the balance between a keyword's traffic potential and ranking difficulty...