How do I get long tail keywords with less competitors

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I have a blog (link removed by mod) which deals with how-tos articles, I started the blog 5 months ago.

Now I am looking for how to increase the traffic by bringing more traffic from Google, I started by reading a few blog posts online.

However, I couldn't get the desire answers to my question, now what I want to know is how to target low competition keywords.

Since I am just starting, I can't compete with authoritative blogs in the game, that's why I want to start low as possible.

I am open to learning that's why I am posting this, Kindly help me with instructions on how to get long-tail keywords and target less competitive keywords.
#competitors #keywords #long #tail
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    If you do a search online for "how to target long tail keywords" you'll find many answers, such as this post by Neil Patel.

    You're probably going to need a tool to show you not only what the long tail keywords are, but how competitive they are. Unfortunately, most of the quality tools are not free but if you do a search for "free keyword research tool" you'll probably find something that will work well enough for your needs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tracy Vu
    You can check the Keywords research Guide of Backlinko It will show you how to find long tails kw, tools, and how to choose.

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  • Profile picture of the author niamul21
    The very first that you need to do is, perform keyword research and notice how your competitors are doing with the keywords. Then choose long-tail keywords that best relevant with your content.
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