Your Keyword Research

We provide you with monthly keyword research, or more if you buy our keyword service more frequently. 

We’ll give you all the keywords you need, and that we need to produce you content.

By building your Content Strategy and related Calendar, you’ll be deciding on what content you want published and when.

Keep in mind, that later, you may want to convert these posts into an eBook or other digital info product. So plan ahead of time, all the topics you want to cover, and when you want to publish them. 

Attend our training on writing and marketing your Kindle Ebook(s). This is when we’ll teach you how to write your eBook, and of course how to market it.

There are many other formats of info products in which you could use your blog posts as the content. Webinars, Podcasts, eCourses, etc.

It really depends on which social media platforms and advertising platforms you want to master. This is something you don’t need to decide right away, but soon, you need to give some thought to this. This is covered in our Fast Start training. 

Doing Your Own Keyword Research

I suggest that you learn how to do your keyword research. IN our Fast Start training, we go over the basics. Later we’ll have courses, that cover this topic in depth. 

There are many new tools out there to help you create your keywords. 

We will still give you some each month, but doing it yourself is a great learning opportunity. 

We also have eCourses in my personal library that you can borrow, that teach you how to do keyword research and SEO in general.

You can request an eCourse. Click on the menu item below to do this.



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Keyword Research Tip #1: Pick a niche. Everyone’s talking about going after big terms like auto insurance, SEO, credit cards. Yes, you can eventually get there, but it takes six months to see traction with Google these days, 12 months to start seeing your traffic go up, and two years to be crushing it on Google. You want to go after and pick small niches. Keyword Research Tip #2: Pick buzzwords that are trending. Technology is moving so fast these days that things are continually changing. Whether it’s cryptocurrencies or whether it’s new products that are coming out like the iPhone 100. Go after new, upcoming words. You can find them using Google Trends. Google Trends breaks down what’s hot and what’s up and coming. You want to go after these keyword terms because they’re not that competitive yet. When you create content around new and trendy keywords, you’re gonna skyrocket to the top way faster than if you went after old terms like “credit cards.” Keyword Research Tip #3: Use Uber suggest to find keywords. These days people just don’t type in keywords like “dog food.” They’ll type in keywords like “what dog food is best for my animal” or “what dog food is great to make my dog lose weight.” These are really popular terms. Ubersuggest will show you different variations of your primary keyword, and it’ll even show you how competitive they are, how much search volume you’re going to get, and how many people are going to click on your listing if you rank number one, two, or number 10. Keyword Research Tip #4: Use Quora. Type in keywords related to your industry, and you’re going to see the most popular questions people are asking. When you start seeing the most popular questions, you’ll know what kind of content to create that’s related to your space. By creating answers on your blog that are more thorough, more detailed, you’re not only going to rank for it, but you’re going to rank higher because you can create way more detailed responses than Quora itself. Keyword Research Tip #5: Focus on a theme. If you’re going after credit cards, you want to have a website all about credit cards, like Credit Karma. Or you want to have a site all about marketing and SEO like me on If you want to get long tail traffic, what you need to do is create detailed content about specific individual topics. When I say detailed topics, I’m NOT talking about “how to start an e-commerce site: I’m talking about “how to start an e-commerce site with Shopify.” You see how much more specific that is? You can create another article on how to create an e-commerce site using Magento. By getting very specific you can have a 10,000-word blog post and everything about setting it up with Shopify or Magento, you’re going to dominate. By being specific, anyone who’s interested in that topic and even potentially interested in hiring consultants or buying products or plugins or whatever you’re selling related to that topic, they’re going to land on your website. When Google releases an update, they’re going to rank the most thorough website. That’s why Wikipedia does well. It’s not just because they have a lot of links or brand queries. It’s because Wikipedia has some of the most detailed articles on the web. That’s what you need to do with your content. Create pages that are super thorough and detailed are high in quality. When you do that, you’ll notice that you’ll start ranking for all the keywords related to your industry. That’s how you do keyword research in today’s world. If you’re still struggling to figure out what keywords to go after or how to do keyword research in today’s Google world, leave a comment below, and I’ll help you out. video, tell other people about it. I would appreciate it.

The Google Keyword Planner has played a massive role in helping me find the best SEO keywords for my blog posts and YouTube video descriptions. I don’t post anything or insert any meta keywords without doing some research on it first! includes this .

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We’ll be providing training on how to do SEO in our advanced courses, to be published soon. In our Fast Start Training, we teach you the basics, to get you started.

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