We Analyzed 306M Keywords. Here’s What We Learned About Google Searches

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We analyzed 306M keywords to understand the types of queries that people use in Google search. Specifically, we looked at keyword distribution, query length, keyword difficulty, CPC, SERP features, and more. Using data from DataForSEO and Ahrefs , we uncovered some very interesting findings. Now it’s time to share what we found. Here is a Summary of Our Key Findings: 1. 91.8% of all search queries are long tail keywords. However, long tails are responsible for a relatively small percentage of total search volume (3.3%). 2. Search demand is concentrated in a small percentage of high volume terms. In fact, the top 500 most popular search terms make up 8.4% of all search volume. And the top 2000 keywords are responsible for 12.2% of all searches conducted in Google. 3. The average keyword gets 989 searches per month. However, the median search volume for a keyword is only 10 searches …

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A Simple Keyword Research Process for Winning SEO - Whiteboard Friday

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Posted by Cyrus-Shepard Smart keyword research forms the basis of all successful SEO. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Cyrus Shepard shares the basics of a winning keyword research process that you can learn and master in a short amount of time. Bonus: Be sure not to miss Cyrus's upcoming webinar, Build a Winning Keyword Strategy: Start-to-Finish on May 21, 2020 at 10am PST: Save my spot You'll walk through his keyword research process start-to-finish with real keywords, topics, and websites to create a complete keyword research strategy. It's a great follow-up to this Whiteboard Friday! Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Howdy, Moz fans. Welcome to a very special edition of Whiteboard Friday talking about keyword research today. Now keyword research, you know how important it is, and it forms the basis of all successful SEO. People who are good …

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3 Simple Steps to Get Your First 10,000 Visitors from Google

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Today’s going to be fun. I’m going to make a bet with you that if you follow the 3 steps below, and you really follow them, you can get 10,000 visitors from Google. I promise it won’t be hard, but it will take time. And if you follow my steps and don’t get the results, hit me up and I will personally help you with your marketing. All I ask is you do it for 3 months straight. You may not get to 10,000 visitors from Google in 3 months as some niches are really tiny, but most of you should get there or be well on your way. Again, if you prove to me that you followed everything below and you don’t achieve the results, you can get in touch and I will personally help you with your marketing for free. Ready? Step #1: Finding the right keywords If …

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How To Focus Your SEO Strategy: A Quick Guide for Businesses New to Online Optimization

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Posted by AnnaleisMontgomery With businesses making the move to serve their customers primarily online and the footfall of customers in physical stores dropping dramatically, the value of SEO has been rediscovered. Businesses are now paying closer attention to their online experience and how they can compete on the internet. This post will offer a guide to businesses looking to enhance their organic reach and traffic, by providing some SEO solutions to issues they might be experiencing. This includes information suitable for businesses that haven’t engaged with SEO as a channel before, as well as those who have had more experience with it. The goal is to gain more traffic and increase conversions. Scenario 1: You don’t know what keywords you should be ranking for Targeting the right keywords is central to getting a return from SEO. Targeting the most valuable and relevant keywords to your product/service is crucial. How to …

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Should You Bid On Your Own Brand Name in Google Ads?

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Should you bid on your own brand name? This is a question that many marketers and brand owners ask whether they should or shouldn’t do. Bidding on your own keyword is the practice of placing PPC bids on your brand name. Many business owners and marketers are now realizing that it makes sense to bid […] The post Should You Bid On Your Own Brand Name in Google Ads? first appeared on Cemoh and is written by julie .

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We Need to Talk About Google's “People Also Ask”: A Finance Case Study

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Posted by barryloughran For a while now, I’ve been disappointed with the People Also Ask (PAAs) feature in Google’s search results. My disappointment is not due to the vast amount of space they take up on the SERPs (that’s another post entirely), but more that the quality is never where I expect it to be. Google has been running PAAs since April 2015 and they are a pretty big deal. MozCast is currently tracking PAAs (Related Questions) across 90% of all searches , which is more than any other SERP feature. The quality issue I’m running into is that I still find several obscure PAA questions and results or content from other countries. When I run searches that have a universal answer, such as “can you eat raw chicken?”, the answer is universally correct so there is no issue with the results. But when I run a search that should …

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SEO Copywriting: How to Write Content For People and Optimize For Google

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One of the biggest challenges that bloggers and content marketers face is writing content that’s optimized for search engines, yet will also appeal to people. If you want to build your blog audience , you’re going to have to get smarter with your content. The principal way to accomplish this is SEO copywriting. Though SEO may sound complicated, it’s easier than you think; especially if you understand that writing for people, and not search engines , is a best practice. To thrive, your online business must go beyond simply “writing content.” Your content needs to accomplish two goals: solve a particular problem appeal to the end-user (customers, clients, prospects, readers, etc.), How do you create content that meets those goals? How do you create content that ranks well with Google and also persuades people? That’s what SEO copywriting is all about. Don’t worry if you can’t afford an expensive SEO …

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Local SEO for Nonprofit Organizations: 5 Tactics to Try Today

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Posted by kellyjcoop Many marketing channels are interruptive by nature, meant to divert attention away from a task, be it reading and replying to emails, perusing articles online, browsing social feeds, listening to the radio, watching TV — the list goes on. SEO is one of the only marketing channels (the only?) that serves to first deliver something, instead of asking before delivering. At its core, SEO is used to deliver helpful content to people actively searching for it. And, it can (and should!) be used to reach target audiences at the local and national level. According to Google , searches for local places without the use of “near me” have grown 150% over the last two years — showing that, when people search, they’re increasingly expecting local results. This creates a powerful opportunity for those organizations primed to take advantage of it. Through the “search and deliver” dynamic of …

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Daily SEO Fix: Investigate Changes in Your Rankings with Moz Pro

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Posted by Ola.King As members of the Moz onboarding team — which gives one-on-one walkthroughs of Moz products to over 500 customers a month — we have our finger on the pulse of what people are asking for when it comes to SEO. We’re here to help you uncover the relevant Moz Pro features for your business. We know that somewhere along the journey of improving your website and drumming up more traffic (and hopefully conversions), you’ll want to track rankings for your target keywords. Perhaps you started by noticing a traffic drop on your website. Or maybe you’re actively adapting your business in response to new challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ll ultimately want to know how your page rankings were affected, and start to explore what you can do next. In this series of Daily SEO Fix videos, the Moz onboarding team takes you through …

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