4 underutilised SEO research approaches to explore

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SEO is so turbulent, with tons of algorithm updates, and pretty much lots of uncertainty and anxiety about the path moving forward.

And now's the time to put these seldom-used SEO research approaches.

Competitor content gap analysis
While many businesses analyze competitor keywords, fewer delve into identifying content gaps. By comparing your content to competitors' and identifying topics they cover but you don't, you can uncover valuable opportunities to create new content that fills those gaps and attracts relevant traffic.

Semantic keyword research
Rather than solely focusing on exact match keywords, delve into semantic keyword research. This involves identifying related concepts, synonyms, and variations of your target keywords.

FAQ and Q&A platforms exploration
Look beyond traditional keyword research tools and explore FAQ and Q&A platforms like Quora, Reddit, or niche-specific forums.

User-generated content analysis
User-generated content, such as comments on blog posts, product reviews, or social media discussions, can provide valuable insights into the language and topics your audience is interested in.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamell
    Exploring content gaps is,a,smart effective way to get leads .
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Skog
    SEO is NOT dead. Not by a long shot. Though Google has updated its algorithms, to rank your site on top of Google searches still require that your site has a TON of relevant backlinks and helpful content. Your site should demonstrate the E-E-A-T formula which means Expertise, Experience, Authority and Trust. When creating content for your site, stick to one area of expertise and cover it well. You will appear as an authority in the eyes of Google.
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