How to find keyword related forum?

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I want to know, how to find a keyword related forum. Also, if submit any forum ( that's not my keyword related forum) will it harmful for my site?

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Emran
#find #forum #keyword #related
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  • Profile picture of the author Alan Leo
    Maybe you can google the keyword with forum, and collect first 10 pages' forums.
    Then you can find what you want and those forums all have high rank and weight which are benefit to your website.
    Also, you can look for some big data platforms which have those forums' data.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    If i understand you well you want to find keyword related forums ? Then its simple
    In google you type your niche + forums and you click search after that google will present you with most related forums to your search
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    You might have to cast a slightly wider net than that. If I had a niche about dog houses, I probably am not going to find too many dog house forums. I'll find a ton of forums that are good fit if I do a search for "dog forum".

    To answer your other question, there are very few forums left where you could do any harm to your site even if you tried. The vast majority of them only have nofollow links, so even if you stupidly spam the forum and they let you get away with it, it's not going to have any SEO effect because the link isn't even followed. In the very rare case that you find a forum that allows followed links, chances are pretty good that Google is not going to give much or any weight to the link because they know that you can place it there, yourself.

    I certainly hope that you are not thinking about using forums as an SEO tactic. They might give you some targeted traffic but won't help you at all for anything related to SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author lambertson
      Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

      You might have to cast a slightly wider net than that. If I had a niche about dog houses, I probably am not going to find too many dog house forums. I'll find a ton of forums that are good fit if I do a search for "dog forum".

      To answer your other question, there are very few forums left where you could do any harm to your site even if you tried. The vast majority of them only have nofollow links, so even if you stupidly spam the forum and they let you get away with it, it's not going to have any SEO effect because the link isn't even followed. In the very rare case that you find a forum that allows followed links, chances are pretty good that Google is not going to give much or any weight to the link because they know that you can place it there, yourself.

      I certainly hope that you are not thinking about using forums as an SEO tactic. They might give you some targeted traffic but won't help you at all for anything related to SEO.
      Active relevant niche forums can actually drive a decent amount of traffic. It's not always about link building (forums are definitely not the best way to build links nowadays), but if more people who got on your site via such links engage with it, it should be good for your SEO imo.
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      • Profile picture of the author expmrb
        Originally Posted by lambertson View Post

        Active relevant niche forums can actually drive a decent amount of traffic. It's not always about link building (forums are definitely not the best way to build links nowadays), but if more people who got on your site via such links engage with it, it should be good for your SEO imo.

        You mean "Forums are definitely not the way to build links".
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  • Profile picture of the author mirc51
    You can search for Google Operators and make a list of it. Then do Google search using those queries. A simple Google operator will be like "content marketing + SEO".
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  • Profile picture of the author evelynrichardson
    For finding a keyword related forum you have to simply type the keyword in the search box. And your site will not be harm if you submit a forum which is not keyword related.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sandrajankowski
    Finding your keyword related forum is really very easy process. You just need to use this in your browser
    intitle:forum "KEYWORD"

    For example, if you need SEO related Forums then, just type intitle:forum "SEO". You will find the accurate result.
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    • Profile picture of the author steverobert
      Originally Posted by Sandrajankowski View Post

      Finding your keyword related forum is really very easy process. You just need to use this in your browser
      intitle:forum "KEYWORD"
      This is the best way to find relevant forum to keywords

      Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rank Watch
    Using Google Search Operators helps you get the desired results you need. For the query in question, you need to find keyword specific forums.
    Just head on to Google, type intitle:forum "<Keyword>"
    For example, if you want Ecommerce related forums, just type intitle:forum "ecommerce"
    That's pretty much it.
    Hope it helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author The SEO Crunch
    You can find the keywords from ahref or semrush regarding forum
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