Long Tail Profitable Keywords

by dellb
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Hi guys,

I wouldn't want to hold you down for more than 3 minutes, so let's cut to the chase!

I'm finding it hard to research longtail keywords - I've used Google Keyword Planner, but it seems there's more to the 'Low' in competition the tool is displaying.

I mean, I want keywords that are narrowly targeted, profitable and low on competition, but anytime I check out the keywords Google Planner suggested, there are already millions of contents written on it.

Please, how do I go about this?

Cheers.
#keywords #long #profitable #tail
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    well research more ,change more niche ,maybe change research tool or you can go also to youtube to find some long tail keywords .The thing its its competitive these days but if you dig digger you will find your way
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    Originally Posted by dellb View Post

    I want keywords that are narrowly targeted, profitable and low on competition,
    And I want to be 6'6", look like a young Brad Pitt and have super-models flocking to my door.

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    • Profile picture of the author dellb
      Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

      And I want to be 6'6", look like a young Brad Pitt and have super-models flocking to my door.

      First rule for a happy life or successful business? Realistic expectations.
      So, what you're insinuating now is that I'm trying to kill three stones with a very small van...Oh sorry, stone?

      Thanks anyways - even though your help comes so f#cking unruly!
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        Originally Posted by dellb View Post

        Thanks anyways - even though your help comes so f#cking unruly!
        My pleasure. I live to serve. No extra charge for the 'truthiness.' :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    The number of pages written about something has absolutely nothing to do with how competitive a search phrase is. What makes a phrase competitive is the number of high authority websites on page one of the search results. Nobody cares about the listings in position #11- #1,000.

    Find phrases where all of the sites on page one are not "the big boys" - ones where there are sites listed that are relative "nobodys". THAT is what a low competition keyword phrase is and the only type of phrases where you'll stand a chance of ranking well.
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    • Profile picture of the author dellb
      Thanks! Appreciate it
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  • More research and digging deeper helps, but you can also search your term in Google, not the planner tool, and use the suggested keywords to dig deeper.

    Also, use your own brain. What would you search for? Check Quora for questions, they can often be great for long-tail keywords. Check Amazon's suggested keywords and do the same with YouTube, too.

    There are ton's of ways to find these keywords, but if you're looking for something with only a couple of articles written about it, you're looking for a needle in a haystack that will likely give you no return.

    The key isn't just low competition, but low competition with a decent search volume.
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  • Profile picture of the author msulcs
    You will get results in Google with any keyword. Even made up ones. But they won't be as relevant as if you would write a post specifically around that keyword. You will outrank all the other pages with low-competition keywords if your content will be better.
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  • Profile picture of the author newton
    Low competition using the Google tool is just low PPC competition, not organic ranking competition.


    Try the UberSuggest tool from Neil Patel, it's free and gives volume, ease of ranking and some other cool stuff.
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