Hello, my fellow SEO warriors! In this brave, post-Google Panda and Hummingbird world, we know more than ever before that content – useful, unique, informative, high quality content that actually helps our target audience is the way to go. Search Engine Academy has lots of ideas to generate topics of interest for you, to help you write great content.
I’ve been doing this little series of keyword research exercises using root words to find topics of interest. Today, we are going to plug the word “tools” into a keyword research tool and see what bubbles to the surface.
The numbers in the first column are the approximate number of searches done in the last full calendar month – October 2013. The second column is the number of title tags and anchor text links that contain that particular keyword phrase.
Well, hey! Do you just happen to work in SEO like me? Need some blog ideas? What about these keyword phrases?
Do you have a website about equine care? Try these:
What if you sell tools online? Here are some brands that have good numbers!
I sure as hell hope Sears has a good SEO department for these phrases:
You can use these phrases to create lots of different kinds of content. Here’s some types:
- In-depth articles
- Blog posts
- White papers
- Case studies
- Regular web pages
Here’s something to consider for social media experts:
And some all purpose “tool” phrases:
Hmmm…lotsa stuff on Windows 7. Are you an expert?
Anyways, here you go! I hope this series of posts is giving you some ideas for creating content after generating some fast keyword research. I found all of these and a lot more in about 20 minutes.
Do you do this type of exercise to find topics to create content with? If so, share your ideas with us in the comments.
Until we meet again…keep it between the ditches, umkay?
All the best to you,