Did I Do Keyword Research Properly?Hi, I am very new to this I bought the affiloblueprint a week ago.
But then, out of that 100 keywords list, which ones are the 20 i should keep. Do I base my selection on the competition from relatively easy to medium difficult Which ones are the best to take?
Based on the lesson I am supposed to put my 30+ keywords in affilio tools to get the Keywords idea and related keywords and it always give 800 words. What is the real goal if it is to keep only about 10? And finally, based on your experience, how many should g through traffic travis? only 100 maximum?
rsmb99 wrote:Hi maryt,
In Affiloblueprint 3.0 latest version it is told (in Step-1, Video 5- Niche Background Research) to do niche background research in at least 10 forums and message boards. I did on one forum so far and it seems to take a lot of time. At this rate it seems it is going to take a long while. What level of granularity are we talking about here and how much time do I really need to devote to this Niche Background Research part?
rsmb99 wrote:Maryt, Step-1, Video 5- Niche Background Research is not about finding niches or sub niches but about doing research to make a list of seed keywords (by looking into niche forums, Q&A sites and sales letters) after you are already decided on the sub-niche for your website. It is this research which is taking me a lot of time.
In an earlier update of Affiloblueprint 3.0, Mark uses Ubersuggest and the Google Keyword tool to expand on the seed keyword ideas (from the Niche background Research step). But in the latest update, there is no mention of these two tools at all but only about using Affilotools (keyword module) for expanding the keyword list. Will it do?
When using the keyword(s) in the title and content of the article do you recommend using the exact keyword (for eg. "how to lose weight in 10 days") for SEO purposes?
rsmb99 wrote:Thanks for your reply Maryt. Its good to know keyword research can all be done from one place. Looks to me SEMRush is getting their data from Google as I see almost 95% of the keywords it gives are the exact same ones I get when I do a closely related keywords search in Google keyword Planner (by putting in the keyword enclosed in quotes in the field - Keywords to include:-Only include keywords containing the following terms). Even the search volumes compare pretty well. Isn't it?