Keywords Research – How to find right keywords for your business?

Content Marketing / Google AdWords / SEO

Keywords Research – How to find right keywords for your business?

Keywords Research - How to find right keywords for your business

Find keywords within your own marketing brochure and/or website

Start reading your marketing brochure and/or website page and start noting the keywords (search phrases) that you believe your target audience might be using while they google your product or service online.

One Product/Service at a time

While selecting the key phrases – consider one product, service, event, or a topic at a time.

Gathering keywords using Brainstorming

Involve your team members to suggest keywords (what they believe people will google) – ask each individual to share ideas – and later gather them all to compile a bigger and better keywords ideas.

Your Competition can help!

Google for your targeted keywords and explore first 10 results – notice the blue links and descriptions that appear – you will find more keywords ideas from that search result page.

Google Suggest – Autocomplete

As you type in the search box, you can find information quickly by seeing search predictions that might be similar to the search terms you’re typing. For example, as you start to type social media marketing, you might see other popular social media marketing-related searches.

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Google Suggest - Autocomplete

Keywords’ related searches

At the end of Google’s search result page, you will find relevant keywords ideas.

Related Search Results

Semantic Search

Consider semantic search factors while selecting keywords and creating your content. Make your content creation keyword and intent driven.

Google Keyword Planner

Keyword Planner is a free AdWords tool that helps you in finding keyword ideas and estimating how many people in a month normally search for your targeted keywords.

Here’s a video guideline to use Keyword Planner:

Keywords in other languages – such as in Arabic

Keywords cannot be translated. They must be localized. Ask a local team member (who speaks and understand both of the languages – in this case English and Arabic) for local keyword recommendations

Organize your keywords

Divide your long keyword list into a meaningful group or theme and optimize your pages for each keywords group. You may consider using Microsoft Excel or any other spreadsheet application. For example, we provide 1. SEO training, 2. Social Media Marketing course, 3. Digital Marketing training and 4. AdWords training; then I need to consider at least 4 columns to distribute my keyword list – each column will focus on one topic at a time.

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